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Carhartt A626 - Strong Hold Glove
 

Carhartt A626 - Strong Hold Glove

Was: $44.99
  • Now: 
    •  $37.99
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
DETAILS

  • Textured stretch nylon with TPR knuckle protectors
  • Chamude palm with silicon printed grip pattern
  • Foam padding on the palm and and back of hand
  • Pre-curved construction
  • Reinforced thumb saddle
  • Gusseted cuff
  • Imported
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REVIEWS
  5/5
Finally A Pair Of Gloves That Last...

From: Fond du Lac, WI Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I am very happy with these gloves. I have worn them so much I had to put them through the washer. They come out looking new again and still had the grip. The gloves actually fit better now and slip on and off easier, which is a bonus. Store bought gloves fail within a very short period of time. I will be loading up on these so I have them for a long time.
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Written by a customer while visiting Carhartt.com
  1/5
Comfortable but worn out within two weeks.

From: Hanover, PA Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
Purchased these for my girlfriend who works are Aldis. She un-boxes shipments and stocks shelves. Just from her handling cardboard boxes there are holes worn right through the fingers. She says they are very comfy but at $45 they dont last anywhere near as long as I would have expected.
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Written by a customer while visiting Carhartt.com
  1/5
Not worth the money

From: Ludington, MI Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
I also own a lawn care and landscaping company bought 2 pairs of these gloves for operating a skid steer and z mowers they wore out the first week on the job I am a big carhartt guy I figured must of been a defect in the pair I got because all my other carhartt gear holds up to the Job. Orderd anther pair and the same thing had holes in the fingers again and I was just using them to operate to controls to the skid steer not worth the money at all At $49 a pair
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Written by a customer while visiting Carhartt.com
  1/5
do not hold up

From: st. charles, MO Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
I own a lawn service and use these gloves daily. I bought them for grip, vibration and impact. although they fulfill those requirements they have no durability. I have just worn out my second pair and at 40.00 bucks apiece this is unacceptable. The first pair lasted about 3 months and the second pair about the same. The problem is the synthetic material they use for the fingers, it just simply wears thin into a hole. Love Carhartt stuff but these gloves need some more R&D.
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Written by a customer while visiting Carhartt.com
  3/5
good

From: kempton pa Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
not bad overall but the thumbs are too long a bit overpriced
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Written by a customer while visiting Dungarees.com
  2.2 out of 5
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