Steiner Cowhide Welding Glove - Model# 02209
I usually buy like four or five pairs when I buy them because there so comfortable and so affordable for the price.
May 6, 2013
For the money you just cannot go wrong. I bought a pair from another place that was about the same price range, and they started spliting at the seams the first use. These are so much better, and for the same price. Very happy!
April 27, 2013
I was hesitant to purchase the glove at first not being a major name brand, but am glad I did. I have had the glove about 3 months now and it remains comfortable and hasn't gotten hard like cheaper ones tend to do. I MIG Weld quite a lot and am very pleased with this glove.
August 15, 2012
they are a little tight in the fingers, but after wherein them they fit better,
May 7, 2012
does the job
I usually wear an XL for gloves. The fingers are short so full articulation is limited. Gloves are very stiff but have loosened up a bit but it is still a bit of a chore to get my MIG welding gun set in my hand because of the stiffness. The leather seems quality and they appear that they will hold up and do the job of protecting my hands.
January 16, 2012
worth the money
Excellent gloves for the money . I use these when I MIG so far holding up pretty good only problem is when you touch anything hot they get very stiff
October 17, 2011
Great value for the cost.Good fit on arms for protection.
March 14, 2011
Great gloves for price.
You won't find anything in this class for this price. I bought these gloves to put me in a discount category for a few extra $$. I previously bought the Hobart gloves. They are EXACTLY the same thickness. VERY THICK. This is good for picking up hot objects but for a beginner welder I would suggest a thinner glove, else, your trigger control will suffer. If you're looking for a thick, durable glove, get these. You'll be happy you saved a few $$ in the process.
January 1, 2011
Good gloves, good price
These gloves work great for welding and keeping your hands protected. The lining is very comfortable for extended wear.
One downside to these is that, as with most welding gloves, they are not tight fitting, so you can't make precise adjustments to material with them on.
February 22, 2010
I have used these gloves numerous times and the do a great job protecting your hands from welding burns, also great for loading up a wood fired furnace and around you BBQ grill they are rerally a good product to have on hand who knows when you will have to move a hot piece of metal or a burning piece of fire wood do not hold either one in your hands to long the heat will eventually get through
March 16, 2009