Briers Lilac Cosy Gardening Gloves
As the name of the gloves suggests, the Briers Lilac Cosy Gardening Gloves are ideal for tending to your garden no matter what time of year it is. The extra thick liner helps to keep hands feeling snug and warm, ideal for preventing Raynaud's Disease from getting in your way of enjoying the great outdoors, while the rippled latex coating on the palms and fingers provides quality grip in both wet and dry weather conditions. The the elasticated cuff helps to keep out dirt and debris during even the messiest of weeding or seeding jobs, allowing you to work well with reliable protection and dexterity.
Key Features and Benefits of the Briers Gloves
- Designed to protect hands while gardening
- Warm gloves help to keep Raynaud's at bay while you tend to the garden
- Extra-thick liner for improved warmth in cold conditions
- Rippled latex coating in palm and fingers for improved grip
- Elasticated cuff for comfort and to prevent debris and dirt from entering gloves
- Stylish gloves in an attractive claret red colour
Sizing of the Gloves
The Briers Lilac Cosy Gardening Gloves are available in a single size that should be suitable for most users. Please consult the table below for details.
|Hand Circumference (mm)
|Hand Length (mm)
|Size 8 (Medium)
The Cosy Gardening Gloves have been constructed with a thick and breathable liner to keep hands feeling warm and comfortable. This will help to ensure that your hands can perform their best, while also reducing the risk of incidents caused by an inability to efficiently hold onto sharp tools due to numb fingers.
The Lilac Cosy Gardening Gloves protect hands from dirt and debris while working with soil and plants. This is enhanced by the elasticated cuff, which provides a snug fit while reducing the risk of soil and mud entering the glove, improving comfort while you tend to your garden.
With the palms and fingers of the gloves coated in a ripped latex, they offer an improved gripping ability. This is particularly useful for when you are tacking tough weeds and plants, or if you are handling gardening tools, ensuring you can keep a firm hold and reducing the risk of dropping sharp equipment.