Big Red Gloves
The Big Red Gloves are thin for precise finger motion, and they have a rubbery grip. If you lose or destroy a glove, don't fret - because when you have gloves this cheap you can always have another pair on hand.
- Comes in whatever size you want - as long as that size is "LARGE"
- Lightweight red material
- Cheap price means you can use and abuse them without fear
Looking for a nicer work glove? Check out the Atlas Fit Work Glove
2.7 out of 5 star average customer rating based on 12 reviews - See all reviews
Good glove for the price - 02/08/2017
Reviewer: Chris Funk
They function the same as my Stihl nitriles, but breathe better and get shredded pretty quick climbing but give me the grip I need on the pole saw. Definitely not a bad glove. Also stands out enough for clear hand signaling. Will be grabbing more.
Great grip but wears too fast - 01/17/2017
One size fits most, I guess. A bit too small for me but they will do OK. Got the 10 pack and going through them like there's no tomorrow. They will last only one day if I climb without spurs - disappointing. They should only get 1 star for that but I find that they have a really good grip on the tachyon line, so give them a small plus for that. It was worth a try, but will buy better ones next time.
won't last a full day - 12/28/2016
Reviewer: Craig N
The gloves have a nice fresh hops smell right out of their individual packaging. They fit nicely and the fabric is nice. The problem is that the rubbery grippy stuff rubs right off. By mid-day your hands will be slipping right through your hands. Plan on going through two pairs a day if you climb with these gloves.
Not the best gloves - 12/21/2016
Reviewer: Big Olive
Treestuff threw some of these in with my order a few weeks ago. We got a new groundie so I gave them to him for dragging brush around. The gloves were totally shredded by the end of the day! I prefer the regular wonder gloves I get from my local tool store, they last like a few weeks at least
Not worth it - 12/15/2016
These gloves don't even make it to lunch time dragging brush and climbing. One pair of Planner or Showa gloves is lasts longer than a dozen of these el cheapo gloves. The only upside is that you give them away without breaking the bank to inspectors or the new guys.