You know, autumn has arrived. Plants in this season are beginning to wither, so some cleaning is needed, and landscaping work is beginning to pile up. No matter what type of gardening task you are dealing with, it is best to buy some work gloves to protect yourself or your employees' hands.
Some light garden work may require flexible work gloves, generally coated work gloves, such as latex, nitrile, and PU coated work gloves. This type of glove is known for its grip and dexterity, and is very suitable for handling small wood, trimming branches, moving flower pots, etc. They are super light and durable. Another great special feature of these coated gloves is that they have stretchy knitted wrists, which helps prevent dust and debris from entering the gloves while working. You will be happy to have them this fall.
There are also some gardening tasks that require gloves with good puncture resistance to protect you from those thorny bushes, thick branches and metal accessories. So in this case, you may need to look for gloves that are thick and durable enough. Here I recommend leather gloves. Leather gloves are very durable and tough, and at the same time fit very well. They are puncture and abrasion resistant and very comfortable. They also have elastic cuffs to increase work comfort and safety.
In addition, you may also be exposed to different types of pesticides, which can cause irritation. Nitrile-coated work gloves are a good choice. They have good chemical resistance and are inherently resistant to many common chemicals in pesticides and fertilizers.
Please choose suitable landscape gloves according to your needs. If you are interested in other types of work gloves, you can browse our product list page.