Reviewer: kaln, Location: white salmon, wa Very unhappy with these Maybe it's my fault for misunderstanding, but I was under the impression that these would be able to be work gloves. They are essentially gardening gloves and that would be fine BUT they would only even be good in completely dry conditions! They were 100% soaked the second I touched a wet surface (was tossing snow tires in to my truck) to the point that I took them off because it was just more uncomfortable to have wet, cold gloves on. I am SO unhappy with these gloves, I wish I'd bought them somewhere that I could return them for being so awful. Absolutely zero water-resistance. What is the point of a glove if it absorbs water like a sponge the second it touches water? Very disappointed in Carhartt on this one.
Reviewer: LDHgoldcountry, Location: gold country CA, Occupation: Non Pro Horse trainer Best glove of its kind First glove of its kind that I've found which allows great dexterity, grip and comfort. Perfect for work around the horse barn, mucking stalls, feeding hay. Really protects hands without sacrificing ability to work snaps, gate latches, blanket buckles, feeder and bucket snaps, etc. Love the wrap around fingers as my hands rarely even get wet when rinsing and cleaning out muddy hooves. A real winner for me!
Reviewer: Afterall, Location: Phoenix, AZ Knuckler gloves As stated, the gloves do run small across the back of hand. Too bad they didn't design this glove with the rubber only on the underneath part of hand.
The sticky grip works great when trying to pick things up. Though after awhile the gloves really make my hands sweat.
I will not buy again.