Honey Badger Digging Gloves Green Nitrile 8 Claws on Left Hand Only
- Model: BadgerGreenL
Honey Badger Gloves are the original digging glove. They were designed in the USA by an avid gardener, who found that his gloves always wore out on the fingers and in the same place. Not being able to find any gloves in the market that addressed this problem he went about designing and manufacturing his own gloves. The result is the Honey Badger Glove.
The gloves incorporate digging "claws" on either one or both of the hands. Unlike some cheap knock offs, these claws are integrated into the glove and so this reduces the risk of the fingers twisting and causing injury.
Wearing Honey Badger Gloves is like having your garden fork with you on the move: you can dig, weed, sow, aerate and more. Why restrict them to garden use: they are also useful for other digging purposes like digging for old bottles or digging up that jar of money hiding in the back yard!
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Constructed with Durable long lasting ABS plastic claws that are permanently attached with Low VOC eco-friendly Adhesives
No more Sore Fingernails due to the “Isolation Pocket” & Patent Pending Technology.
NO more worn out fingertips. Tested & rated for 200 hours of average gardening (15 times longer than the best selling glove)
Engineered for Efficiency Designed for Performance
Has the effectiveness of a tool with the protection & comfort of a glove
High Visibility Colors
Superior Hand Protection
UV protection added to prevent cracking
These gloves are made of 13 gauge breathable fabric and a mild elastic cuff to prevent dirt from entering. They are coated with cut – resistant nitrile. The claws are constructed of durable plastic and are rated for up to 200 hours of normal gardening tasks.
The size is the distance around the palm: make sure you choose the right size as if you order a size that is too large your fingers will move around too much inside the claws and get sore.
Medium is 8 - 9" / 20 - 23cm
You receive one pair of gloves with claws on the left hand and to leave one hand free for finer jobs the right glove is plain.