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Feb 25, 2016 4:38 PM CST
|I have been in a couple of garden glove group buys. These gloves are really good knock offs of the Atlas 370s that cost a little more than $2. for each pair. These were $6.99 for 9 pairs (regular, $9.99). They were getting their garden stuff in this week. |
Feb 25, 2016 6:12 PM CST
|I saw these at Costco and picked up a set - it's a great price! Last year I bought some similar ones there, and they're still in really good shape. I figured you couldn't go wrong for 6.99!|
Feb 25, 2016 7:31 PM CST
|I actually pick up about 4 packs a year. Some for me, some for Mom!|
Feb 25, 2016 7:40 PM CST
|This is firstyear I've seen the one that actually resemble the Atlas ones that I love. I did buy some one year that cracked where the rubber/plastic coating was applied on the fingers. |
Noticed that they were only in medium size for little ole ladies like me!
Feb 25, 2016 7:43 PM CST
|I've been buying them from Costco for a number of years. For the price you can't go wrong. With leather gloves I was always taking them off. With these, I get a tan from the wrist up because I rarely take them off.|
Feb 25, 2016 8:09 PM CST
|What a great deal, you did good |
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Feb 1, 2017 7:32 AM CST
|Perfect! Maybe a should visit Costco and buy 3 pairs of this for our family gardening schedule this weekened. By the way, incase its out of stock what else do you suggest?|
Feb 3, 2017 6:18 PM CST
|I'm still Team No-Gloves here. I have brand new pairs of Atlas that haven't been touched in years.|
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Feb 3, 2017 7:58 PM CST
|I used to go without gloves, but we have lots of critters who come into the backyard and leave us little "presents " in the garden beds. Raccoons carry roundworms. I keep my gloves on.|
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Feb 5, 2017 6:32 AM CST
|Best thing I discovered last year was baseball gloves. They are cheap, supple, and tough. Sure beats the older leather or rubber gardening gloves!|
Another hint. A mailbox is a great place to store hand tools! Stick one on a post near the garden and you won't lose them.