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G & F 8115 Premium Grain Leather Gloves, BBQ gloves, Grill Gloves, Fireplace Gloves, Cotton lining with 14.5-Inch Extra Long Sleeve Heat Resistant Gloves
- Low Return Rate: 23% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "leather bbq gloves"
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- Caution: Glove made of 100% Genuine Grain Cowhide Leather with 100% cotton lining. Heat resistant, not Heat proof. Avoid prolong contact with active flame
- 14.5 inch extra long sleeve provides extended protection
- Whenever handling a chimney starter full of hot coals, lifting a sizzling grill grate
- Cotton lining offers softness, comfort and extra heat protection
- Leather hanging loop provide convenience for hanging and decoration
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G & F best of handling a chimney starter full of hot coals, lifting a sizzling grill grate, or even reaching across a hot grill.
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Simply great gloves. I heat primarily with wood (about two cords a year) and BBQ and grill just about all year so have used them to pick up a hot mid-section of my Weber smoker and have reached into my Vermont Castings wood stove to rearrange an errant log or two. They are one of those simple things that really work and make life better.
Now. Can I pick up a flaming log or the glow-red end of a branding iron? Nope, But these are not what these are intended for. For every day, common sense, fire wise use, these are really good gloves. Best I've had and I've gone through several pairs in my day.
My last pair were probably more protective (heavy duty welder's) but the seam came undone one day so raised a nice blister. I sworn a bunch and then bought these. Very well made, long cuffed, supple enough so you don't feel like you have a cast on, yet thick enough for common sense protection for every day use.
I liked them so much I bought a pair for a good friend this past Christmas and he loves them too. He will enjoy them a lot longer than we enjoyed the whiskey he got me, cost a lot less too!
The Plow and Hearth ones look good and worked well but wore out after a year. The Cheap/Uglies are still going strong. These were too thin for this use but might work well in less demanding/less hot uses.
I’ve ended up going back my old battered Mr. Bar-B-Q gloves, which still do a much better job insulating my hands from heat even after 18 months of grilling (several times a week) and sporadical ill-advised abuse: spreading red hot lump charcoal embers directly by hand, carrying a hot ceramic pizza stone some 30 ft. away, and some other similarly tomfoolery, with not a single singed finger for it… I much recommend them as an alternative to these ones and will get myself a new pair ASAP.
I have no direct experience using these gloves with wood fires (SWFL is not a fire-pit/fireplace environment unless you're cooking weenies on the beach.), but by extrapolation of the leather work-gloves' experience on grills and fireplaces in the northern reaches, I would have been grateful to have them with my old fireplace and grill.
If these gloves disappeared, I would get the same ones again. Love 'em.
Finally the feel of these gloves are great. Supple yet durable. The look more expensive they they are and the liner inside is very comfortable.
Oh and they are made right here in america.