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Gloves

Ark79

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Am looking for a good pair of gloves and can’t make me mind up (nothing new there:D) has anyone got any suggestions. Good all round gloves :thumbsup:
 

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A have a pair of jack pick neoprene ones but the really snug fitting and restrictive.


@G1ZmO depending on fit. A think they will do nicely mate. Do they have a decent grip with knife and axe use ?
 

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I have thermal neoprene gloves for handling steel during sub zero weather or heavy oiled leather mits for hedging, for bee keeping I wear disposable rubber gloves to disguise my scent. Each has a specific purpose, I'm not sure that there is any such thing as an all rounder.
 

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I have thermal neoprene gloves for handling steel during sub zero weather or heavy oiled leather mits for hedging, for bee keeping I wear disposable rubber gloves to disguise my scent. Each has a specific purpose, I'm not sure that there is any such thing as an all rounder.



Thanks ystranc :thumbsup: I should have elaborated a little more when I said an all round pair of gloves:D there for bushcraft,ie gripping the axe/knife,lifting the teapot of and on the fire,keeping the hands warm. General camp usage. And not so expensive that I don’t want get them dirty:lol: