It's very nice to find a quality heavy duty work glove that is reasonably priced! The bonus is how often there are sales to make the value even better! Thank you so much!!!
I use to go through leather gloves in less then a month. These last over 4 months. I work with big and small wire all day, leather gloves don't last very long. These are the best i found and I'm sticking with them.
Love these Iron Fencer double palm gloves, these are the only glove that stands up to incredible use on this mountain cattle ranch! For me it’s about 3-4 weeks until I get the first glove hole in the summer. But a single hole in a glove doesn’t stop a guy like me, I just keep chasing cows and fixing high forest fences. Usually end up with 2-3 pairs spring-summer. These gloves last at least 2 weeks better than other brands. Double index finger is particularly helpful running barbed wire. In fall I size up one size to double palm iron fencers XL and line with standard knit cotton roping gloves instead of insulated gloves which don’t last as long at the seams. After that, it’s time to switch to waterproof ranch mittens for winter calving season. I would literally buy these gloves by the case or by the dozen if I could find them.
I love these gloves. I am ordering my third pair which is one a year. I am very hard on gloves and 207 is the best glove ever. I have small hands and a good fit is hard to find. The small fits great
I use the work glove 207 for hauling small bales of hay. 207's are the best gloves I have found for this job. The thumb and index finger are double leather lined. This lets the gloves wear longer.