*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Working with your hands is one of the most rewarding jobs and I’m so grateful each and every day for these amazing built-in tools. To keep my hands safe from rough working conditions I wear gloves as much as possible.
Protect your most important tool, your hands, with Firm Grip leather work gloves. A product review of the often underrated work gloves.
I’ve worn a lot of work gloves in the past 8 years not only to protect my hands from the basics (rough wood, sharp hardware, tool grips, etc) but also to keep my fingers from freezing while I’m in my outdoor workspace in the dead of winter in New York. It gets cold. Not Alaska cold but cold enough that gloves become a must have accessory.
These Firm Grip premium leather impact gloves feature genuine grain cowhide construction for toughness, comfort and durability. They allowed me complete control of the Dremel multi-tool while removing the wood rot on the garage.
On the palm side you can see the double leather layer which provides impact padding protection. Also these leather gloves are very breathable thanks to those tiny ventilation holes, no sweating inside the gloves.
The genuine leather allows the gloves full flexibility and easy bending and moving with your hand movements.
I’m wearing a size large and they are a tad big so I could probably get a medium but the athletic fit wrist strap is completely adjustable to make the glove snug on my wrist.
These Firm Grip 100% grain gloves are naturally durable, flexible and require zero break-in. Consider wearing gloves for:
- building projects
- tool operation
- loading / unloading lumber
- weather protection
Cheers to keeping those hands safe from all kinds of hazards! These Firm Grip leather impact gloves are available at The Home Depot.
*I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in the promotional program THD Prospective. As a part of this program I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Trade Commission guidelines.