from Trade Customer
Have completed the
field trials on your gloves. Very good reports.
Here is a report we had from a professional PR lady who writes a
lot about garden products. We asked her to test them.
"Ref the gardening gloves:
These are truly superb - in the opinion of a serious gardener who
manual work all year - I rarely get this enthusiastic about a
Comfortable - unlike most
gardening gloves, the small size actually does fit
Soft and not bulky - so
don't impede work as do tough leather gloves
Maintain their shape -
don't go stiff or lumpy at the finger ends after a
time like most gloves
Stay soft - even when they
have got wet
Total protection - even
from rose thorns or other very prickly shrubs
Hard wearing - since
October I have worn them virtually every day,
often all day, in all weathers, and they are as good as new.
The gauntlet pruning gloves
are great for protecting forearms when working
in prickly bushes. Can wear them with a sleeveless top - give all
protection needed, without a bulky heavy duty coat.
Over the years I must have
spent a small fortune on gardening gloves that
have quickly worn into holes, got too stiff and clogged up to wear
longer, or that never fitted very well in the first place. I've
sorts from leather through various fabrics, some with reinforced
fingers - none equal these.
expensive - they do represent excellent value for
money. (the equivalent in gloves to Felco secateurs - in fact the
combination. They would appeal to serious gardeners and professional
horticulturalists but I doubt potterers would pay the price.
What more can I say? Wouldn't
be without them."