|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.9 x 3.7 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||1607M|
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G & F 1607M Cut Resistant 100-Percent Kevlar Gloves, Heavy Weight Textured Blue Latex Coated, Medium, 1-Pair
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I think it's important to remember that "cut resistant" doesn't mean you're suddenly Superman. I always wear a glove when cutting, but I still take reasonable precautions in deference to my klutziness: whenever practical I use my the hand guard start to finish (Borner's hand guard is really nice, and available separately), and when cutting with a knife I keep my food-holding hand's fingers curled slightly inward.
I use these gloves 3-4 times a week with my Borner mandoline and Wusthof kitchen knives, and not a single cut has broken through in the 15 months I've had them. Recently I've been using them almost every day to dice tomatoes without a hand guard... multiple passes guiding food over razor sharp vertical AND horizontal blades. The gloves fit me fairly snugly, so I can feel when I hit a blade... when I do I just stop pushing, adjust my fingers and keep cutting. I skip the guard with tomatoes because they require little force to push through the blades, and the hand guard turns them to mush... I'm much more careful with harder veggies like onions or potatoes, using the guard for as long as possible, then switching to a corner of the guard when the piece is too small for the guard to grip.
I prefer these to the all cloth gloves out there... there's nothing to snag on a blade, etc., the latex makes it easier to grip wet veggies and provides some added puncture protection, and it's easier to keep them clean without running them through the laundry all the time, just using a dish scrubber, soap and hot running water.
Plus they're cheap!
These gloves are not giving me the peace of mind I was hoping for when I purchased them.
To be fair, the gloves are not specifically marketed toward mandolin users. It was positive reviews of mandolin users that led me to purchase them. I would feel confident enough to use these gloves for handling sharp glass or metal edges.
The only drawback is that I could not figure out how to get a different size and would have preferred to have a medium pair, but I still manage with this slightly big pair.
No complaints using these. I bought the larges because I wear size 11 gloves and these fit me very well. Price was great and they were mailed fast.
I have found a surprising second use for the gloves. They work wonderfully to open stubborn jars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use the gloves in my very busy restaurant. We use them to shuck oysters, I have to re-order these gloves every 3-4 months or so. Read morePublished 19 days ago by jschick
These gloves to work well. I give them a 4 because you can cut through them with a sharp knife and moderately heavy pressure, I tested them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JCF Ohio
Used these when I was trimming a thornbush and was protected for the most part. The large thorns still penetrated the gloves (as expected). I also use these for pulling weeds. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DK