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Carhartt A591

Carhartt Knuckler Glove

Reg Price: $12.50
Now: $9.99

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•  Durable knit shell
•  Direct injection molded C-grip™ TPR coating
•  Extreme grip
•  Vibration dampening
•  Wrap cap coverage
•  Knuckle protection
•  CLOSEOUT COLORS
•  Imported
 
Product reviews
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers
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5 / 5

January 9, 2017

From: Radcliff, KY Age: 35-44 Gender: Female
I didn't like the gloves at first glance but my fiance absolutely loves them... loves the grip, the feel, & the fit.
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5 / 5
Great on Poly Bags
December 24, 2016

From: Vienna, WV Age: 55-64 Gender: Male
Great for handling mattresses in plastic bags. Excellent grip on poly bags.
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2 / 5
They look a lot tougher than they are. Not their best product
November 25, 2016

From: Andover, MN Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
I have been a carharrt fan for many years. This is definitely not their best product. They seemed very high quality when I purchased them. Three 10hr shifts in the warehouse and the grip is falling apart.
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4 / 5
Excellent light work gloves
February 28, 2016

From: Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
These gloves are designed for light work, such as handling bags of dog food or homestead work. They aren't designed to handle wet conditions (...they are rubber...come on, people) or work conditions where you're handling heavy objects with jagged edges. I personally cut the tips down enough for my fingertips to dig or pry things.
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1 / 5
Not what I hoped for
December 3, 2015

From: Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I work on barges and handle wet ropes all day, I thought that these gloves would be the answer I needed to keeping my hands dry and not getting tore up. I was wrong. These gloves lasted me 2 weeks, the rubber in the thumb and pointer finger area is gone, which leaves me with a cotton glove. In my line of work is no good.
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5 / 5
best warehouse gloves
January 10, 2015

From: Atlanta, GA Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I put this on my shopping cart to get free shipping. But this are the best gloves I have ever use for warehousing. Grip is insane. I showed them around in the company and our installers want them automatically. They run a little small but they stretch a lot.
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Never a slip on the grip
February 6, 2014

From: Shawano, WI Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
I lift sheets of plywood & have never lost my grip on them. Comfortable to wear. I feel more confident wearing them in my woodworking garage.
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Not a work glove
November 19, 2013

From: Age: 20-24 Gender: Male
I have worked in the shipping industry for 6 years. I have tried every glove that has claimed to be for that industry. I have spent a lot of time and money testing every one giving it it's fair chance, including these gloves. I really wanted them to be the best because I love Carhartt. They are far from the best unfortunately. they do not stand up to the work even for a day. the design is meant to look cool but not to function. the raised treads on the fingers serve no purpose, they hinder overall grip and are the main point of contact with surfaces (in my case, cardboard boxes of varying sizes and weights) which causes them to be the main point of strain when lifting. the treads are tugged with each box and are quickly separated from the body of the glove and tear away. the longer the gloves are in use the worse they perform. i gave them multiple chances and they never lasted a full work day. not the Carhartt quality for the Carhartt price. I would advise Carhartt to discontinue these or to stop putting the raised treads on them. a smooth rubber surface doesnt look cool, but it's what works.
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2 / 5
Not to good
May 11, 2013

From: Bluegrass State Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
These gloves run small and didn't hold up to what I have to do at work. Would not recommend them.
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Size matters.
May 11, 2013

From: NJ Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
Unlike other (excluding belts) Carhartt products I've bought, these are not larger than typical clothing sizes. I'm conditioned to ordering Carhartt a size down from my usual. Don't do that with these unless you want to give them to someone with hands smaller than yours.
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