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Gardening Glove - Demin Men

€21,00

Men's gardening glove in ultra-soft feel, yet hard-wearing fabric that doesn't stiffen after drying. 2-way stretch mesh between fingers regulates hand temperature and improves dexterity.Wrist strap provides snug fit and stops debris dropping into glove. Padded palm gives extra cushioning.Decorative genuine leather trim. Machine washable at 30°C for easy care.  Available in 2...

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Men's gardening glove in ultra-soft feel, yet hard-wearing fabric that doesn't stiffen after drying. 2-way stretch mesh between fingers regulates hand temperature and improves dexterity.

Wrist strap provides snug fit and stops debris dropping into glove. Padded palm gives extra cushioning.

Decorative genuine leather trim. Machine washable at 30°C for easy care. 

Available in 2 sizes - M/L (8 - 9) and L/XL (9.5 - 10.5). 

To find your glove size, measure in inches around your hand with a tape measure just below the knuckles (excluding the thumb). You should use your dominant hand; the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.

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