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Ironclad General Utility Gloves GUG-05-XL, Extra Large


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  • 55% Synthectic Leather/35% Stretch Nylon/10% Terry
  • Imported
  • Double stitched synthetic leather reinforcements on palm, saddle and fingers
  • Rubberized knuckle impact protection
  • Padded inner palm with Ironclad's patented flex pattern
  • Secure wrist closure
  • Machine washable
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Ironclad General Utility Gloves GUG-05-XL, Extra Large + Ironclad Heavy Utility Gloves HUG-05-XL, Extra Large + Custom Leathercraft 125XL Handyman Flex Grip Work Gloves, X-Large
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Product Information

Size: X-Large | Color: Black
Technical Details
Part Number GUG-05-XL
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 4.2 x 10 inches
Item model numberGUG-05-XL
SizeX-Large
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionManufacturer
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004XOH9
Best Sellers Rank #25,456 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 10, 2000
  
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Product Description

Size: X-Large | Color: Black

Product Description

With so many jobs to do in a day, you need a glove that's reliable and comfortable. This high-performance glove is ready for a variety of tasks, including construction, shop work, equipment operation and rigging. Double-stitched synthetic reinforcements on palm, saddle and fingers. Padded inner palm. Rubberized knuckle protection. Secure hook and loop wrist closure. 100% washable.

From the Manufacturer

Ironclad's General Utility GUG-05-XL is the original high performance utility glove. A comfortable, form fitting glove designed to handle all of your day to day tasks. Not to mention, they are completely washable, just like every other Ironclad glove. For best results machine wash and hang dry. Ideal for the shop, home, delivery, clean up, construction, equipment operation, rigging and the yard.

Customer Reviews

And they seem very well made.
old vermonter
I love these gloves because they offer protection while still allowing you to have a good feel for what you are working with.
William Farrell
You can wash them which makes them last an extremely long time.
Willie Butler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Martin on March 15, 2001
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium
I have to say these are the best gloves I have ever used. I am a professional electrician and need to have extreme dexterity to do everything from individual wires to connectors. I could differentiate screws within my pocket with these gloves on and yet my hands were warm in the winter. The only downfall and reason for the 3 stars is the gloves fell apart spontaneously after 1 month. Almost all the wear surfaces gave way at once. They are great gloves but may not be right for continuous use over a 40 hour work week.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Albert Koehn on November 5, 2002
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I bought these gloves for work(carpentry/framing),the seams began splitting and the elasticity of them wore out pretty fast.
The gloves are comfortable and streamline but should only be used for the very lightest of work (raking leaves etc.)The glove sizing is accurate.
They have kept my hand warm and I'll probably opt for the more heavier duty pair.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. Klein on December 14, 2007
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
My first pair of these just wore out. I used them for over a year for ample weekend jobs around the yard and house. I will never buy any other work glove again. These are incredibly comfortable. You can pick small screws or nails up with them. Tjey are so comfortable that I put them on and don't take them off until it's time to eat.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul Hatfield on February 7, 2003
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
I am a union carpenter and have spent close to $2000.00 on "brown jersey" gloves and leather palm work gloves since 1987
I bought the iron-clad gloves back in July of '02, and have used them to do demo, framing, insulation, drywall (using screws and screwgun)...They function fine and I have washed mine twice! I have long fingernails on my right hand (guitar) and the glove has protected them without a break......... pardon the pun......and the glove has held up well to the contact with the fingernails...
I doubt if they would hold-up in concrete or the mud.....
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Farrell on April 30, 2001
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
Granted that handling prunings from fruit trees is a stress application for a work glove, but I was still disappointed that a seam in a finger failed on the third use. Nice fit, very comfortable, but I'm not going to buy another pair.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill McCarthy on November 28, 2000
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
As a professional plumber who does alot of renovations dealing with some very tough material, I found that these gloves held up as well as a good pair of leather gloves. The price is about the same (I paid more for mine someplace else), but the dexterity with the Ironclads is excellent. I'm trying the heavy duty ones to see if they last any longer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Stephen on December 16, 2004
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large
These glove have changed my mind. Very good dexterity. I am no longer a full time tradesman, and I can't afford to have my hands in the shape they were in when I was in the field. I do more sales then work in the field, and I have developed "office hands". These gloves have saved me more than once when I have to go back in the field. I recently re-shingled my house and wore the gloves from start to finish. No calluses, no tar under the nails, and best of all I had skin on my finger tips at the end of the job. The gloves did take a beating, and I don't think they would make it thru another 15 square, but they fared much better than a pair of brown jerseys would have. A litte tattered and a blown seam or two, but the finger tips stayed on and no holes. They are a little pricey and if they were priced at around $12 to $14, I'd feel that they would be more in line with what I like to spend, but my hands are glad I made the investment. Somebody who uses them everyday will be going thru too many pairs in a year and at the price they are now you would be spend a good bit of your hard earned cash. But price them at $12 bucks and suppliers would not be able to keep'em in stock.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kincade on July 28, 2005
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
One of the important things about the Ironclad line is the sizing--it's hard to find good work gloves for smaller hands. These fill the bill. I've had five pairs of Ironclads over the past four years, and they've been an excellent value overall. They do blow out, eventually, but I find I get lots of use out of them before then (the washability helps). Like another reviewer, I play guitar with right-hand nails, so these save me from dreaded nail loss frequently. They also handle abrasion (in my case, from cord and rope burns) very well considering they're not supposed to. Some near-relations get sliced through fast.

Keep 'em coming.
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