Monday, March 4, 2013

A Gardening Review :: The Wonder Grip Gardening Glove


 
 
After two days of constant drizzle, I set out to rid my rose bed of pesky weeds, invasive clover and grass runners. With the soil moist, I had optimal testing conditions for my new Wonder Grip Nicely Nimble garden gloves.

I thoroughly enjoyed gardening with the Wonder Grip gloves. The gloves kept my fingers warm and dry through the weeding process, even while the soil was damp and cold. I had excellent grip of my garden tools, as well as maximum finger dexterity. Furthermore, the Wonder Grip gloves did not get bogged down while digging in the wet, sticky clay of East Texas, as do most of my gloves.

During cleanup, I rinsed the gloves while they were still on my hands under a faucet. This was the only time my fingers had a hint of dampness; and the gloves came clean nicely and dried flat.

An added feature of the Wonder Grip gloves are their unknown ability to engage my smart phone's touch screen; many gloves will not allow for the user to answer a call.

I will recommend trying on the Wonder Grip gloves prior to purchasing. In a normal garden glove, I wear a size large, but in the Wonder Grip gloves I needed a smaller size. I believe it could be due to the gloves' stretchable nature.

The only downside I found while using these gloves was right after putting them on. The tops of the gloves rolled down a little, but once in place, solidly hugged my wrist and lower arm.

The Wonder Grip gloves come in a variety of sizes, styles and colors. They have proven durability and a breathable nitrile palm. They are ideal for demanding tasks such as weeding, planting, and tool handling. They can be purchased at local hardware or garden supply stores.

For more information, please visit www.wonder-grip.com
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