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Bellingham Dp Winter Thermal Knit Gloves

Bellingham Dp Winter Thermal Knit Gloves
Item #: HDTK
$7.95
Based on professional arborist Sean Gere

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$7.95

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Based on professional arborist Sean Gere
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Weight 0.35 lb.
Brand Bellingham
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Overall Great gloves for the price Review by John
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I agree with all reviews above. For a cold weather glove it's always a tradeoff between warmth and how much a glove interferes with use of your fingers. These won't be the best choice for bitter cold, but they provide a lot of warmth considering how little they interfere with using your hands. For moderate cold they work really well. To find a better glove for this temperature range you would have to pay a lot more. (Posted on 3/19/2015)
Best glove for the price. Review by Travis Cole
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Great gloves, not your average dipped rubber. They actually have an extra knit layer in them. Good dexterity with everything except throw lines. Lets be honest, who likes handling those anyway? For 20's and up I'll wear these solo, for anything in the teens to the negative digits, I'll wear a light liner glove inside of them. These are my go-to winter glove. (Posted on 2/20/2015)
Nice gloves Review by Jeff Y
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These gloves wear well and are warm in 15 degree weather. I like the 'grippiness' of the rubber and the fact that they fit so well I can do a lot of things in them like use my phone.. (Posted on 1/7/2015)
Great gloves Review by John
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For work gloves, they are rugged and warm. While they aren't the warmest gloves I've ever had, no work glove will ever be. They are a good compromise on work and warmth. (Posted on 3/27/2014)
Heavy knit, yes Review by Brian C
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These are great gloves. The gripper coating is excellent. Used as a liner under leather gloves, but couldn't put up much fight against near zero degree cold. I am not dissatisfied however. (Posted on 3/11/2014)