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  1. #1
    us
    Dec 2004
    Mansfield, Arkansas
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    The Best Gloves!

    These are some of the best gloves I've found to metal detect in. Buy them in smaller sizes so they fit tight. The nitrile cleans easy, by wiping them on the grass, so that your not getting your MD handle filthy. Just thought I'd share.
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  2. #2
    us
    Aug 2007
    Mechanicsville, VA
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Where did you get them? Lowe's, Home Depot ?
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    us
    Dec 2004
    Mansfield, Arkansas
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Yea Home Depot, Lowes has them, but get them from your local hardware store if you can (hint, hint) (I own one) . They are called Atlas Glove. Retail for right around $4 and they last forever. They are real resistent to punctures and cuts.

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    Oct 2007
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Hey thanks for the info..Matt
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    72cheyenne,
    thanks for posting.
    Will give them a look see.
    Any good for warmth?

    have a good un...
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  6. #6
    us
    Dec 2004
    Mansfield, Arkansas
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Quote Originally Posted by SHERMANVILLE ILLINOIS
    72cheyenne,
    thanks for posting.
    Will give them a look see.
    Any good for warmth?

    have a good un...
    SHERMANVILLE
    Warmth? Who needs warmth . Actually they don't provide much insulation, so we are all still plagued with the cold hands while MDing in the winter. I've just found that these are great for still being able to feel stuff and protect your hands at the same time. Oh and like I said before, they clean easy.

  7. #7

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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Quote Originally Posted by 72cheyenne
    Quote Originally Posted by SHERMANVILLE ILLINOIS
    72cheyenne,
    thanks for posting.
    Will give them a look see.
    Any good for warmth?

    have a good un...
    SHERMANVILLE
    Warmth? Who needs warmth . Actually they don't provide much insulation, so we are all still plagued with the cold hands while MDing in the winter. I've just found that these are great for still being able to feel stuff and protect your hands at the same time. Oh and like I said before, they clean easy.



    Thanks.
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  8. #8
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    Arkansas
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    I really like these gloves. They last forever. Fabric lining sort of takes away the clammy rubber feel against the skin but you can still pick up small items easily. Little insulation value but better than bare hands. I get mine at 72c's hardware store
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  9. #9
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    Dec 2008
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    72cheyenne,


    Thank you for this info!

    I am getting my pair today


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  10. #10

    Apr 2008
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Just saw some this morn at Home Depot, they had a velcro cuff $5.95. Nitrile also blocks out most chemicals and solvents if you have other uses in mind..

  11. #11
    us
    Nov 2008
    Berkshire County Massachusetts
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Nice! Thanks!!

  12. #12
    us
    Jul 2008
    Raymond, WA
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    I have some that are similar and are really thin. Keeping dry is a big boost to keeping warm. Also, if you'll look closely, you might find the same type glove that has a really full and thick back of the hand materiel. It does keep you warmer than the thin ones.
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  13. #13
    us
    Dec 2004
    Mansfield, Arkansas
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpyolman
    I have some that are similar and are really thin. Keeping dry is a big boost to keeping warm. Also, if you'll look closely, you might find the same type glove that has a really full and thick back of the hand materiel. It does keep you warmer than the thin ones.
    They do make a pair that is fully covered, but they dont stretch as much as the open back ones.

  14. #14
    us
    Feb 2009
    Mojave Desert CA.
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    Re: The Best Gloves!

    I will give these a shot. My Mechanix gloves wear out....

  15. #15
    michigan michael

    Re: The Best Gloves!

    Big lots had similar ones priced 2 for $5.00 Work great!

 

 
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