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Probably for whatever is lighter duty than demo work. Lotta people just buy these for stuff like moving wood piles that may or may not be infested with venomous spiders. Just one example.
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Thanks for sharing OP. Not sure what you'd use these for, I feel like they'd get ripped up pretty fast. I have Milwaukee's demo gloves and they're awesome, but also fairly thick. Anybody have any experience with these?
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Thanks for sharing OP. Not sure what you'd use these for, I feel like they'd get ripped up pretty fast. I have Milwaukee's demo gloves and they're awesome, but also fairly thick. Anybody have any experience with these?
Probably for whatever is lighter duty than demo work. Lotta people just buy these for stuff like moving wood piles that may or may not be infested with venomous spiders. Just one example.
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Great deal, thanks OP! These are definitely medium duty gloves, probably not for demo or professionals, but they work great for me as a weekend warrior!
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Thanks for sharing OP. Not sure what you'd use these for, I feel like they'd get ripped up pretty fast. I have Milwaukee's demo gloves and they're awesome, but also fairly thick. Anybody have any experience with these?
The electrical installers that I used to have working with me used to use the fingerless gloves a lot ... they loved them.
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Thanks for sharing OP. Not sure what you'd use these for, I feel like they'd get ripped up pretty fast. I have Milwaukee's demo gloves and they're awesome, but also fairly thick. Anybody have any experience with these?
These are great for doing work that might scratch or bruise delicate hands. Working on your car for example.
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Just look at that wrist movement...
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fingerless gloves will be good for bike riding.
just need to punch a bunch of holes in the back of a pair.
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Are these better than Craftman's mechanic gloves?
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This glove is also good for PC technician.
Where you get nasty cut while opening the
Metal pc case or shucking HD, wired inside
Your PC.
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Really a great deal. These are always my go to gloves for whenever I'm doing a B&E.
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LOL! That picture is so Please #fabulous
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These gloves stink for any real work. Im a steamfitter, and they had holes in them by the 2nd day. Never again.
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