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Protector Comfort Gauntlet Rose Gloves

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size: 12.00 W × 3.00 H × 8.00 L
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  • You'll never have to worry again about your hands and arms when pruning your Rose Bushes or Berry Vines... not as long as you're wearing your "Protector" Rose Pruning Gauntlet Gloves from American Heritage. Yes, they're made right here in the USA!

  • These beautiful gloves are made from soft, yet durable goatskin long considered by the experts to be the longest wearing and have the best puncture resistance of any natural material. You get real protection.

  • The 12" gauntlets protect your whole forearm, not just part of it and are made from split cowhide that's just stiff enough to stay in place but soft enough to flex with your arm to make working with these gloves a real pleasure.


  • Huge range of sizes ...

    Nowhere else will you find rose gauntlet gloves in sizes ranging from 6 all the way through 13 (that's equivalent to XX-Small through XXX-Large) and half sizes too!


  • Here's a growing list of what our customers are using them for:

  • Pruning Roses
  • Attacking Berry Vines
  • Trimming Brush
  • Working with Barbed Wire
  • Bee Keeping
  • Citrus Pruing and Picking
  • Working with Cactus
  • Carrying in Fire Wood
  • MIG Welding
  • Operating Gas Driven Weedeater
  • Logging
  • Repairing Fences
5 based on 15 reviews. Leave a Review.
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Written by stephen a jones on Jun 25th 2020

We have used these gloves for several years in our volunteer work of removing barberry which is extremely sharp and these are the best gloves we have found for protecting our hands and arms. Very well made.

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Written by John hughes on May 27th 2020

Great gloves.

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Written by Bill on May 23rd 2020

Finally found the gloves I have needed. Heavier leather and stitching than any I have seen from any glove company. Got an 11 and length goes to the elbow. hand is 9.5L x 10.25 so went up half size to 11. If after use it does not stretch a little I will get 11.5 or maybe 12 next time but believe 11 will work

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Written by Liz and Jim on May 6th 2020

These are by far the best gloves we have ever owned. They are very comfortable and highly protective. Prior to purchasing these gloves we were getting poked quite a bit by dead shrub stems. Not any more. Thank you for offering this great product.

Protector Comfort Gauntlet Rose Gloves
Written by Payne Rodney on Aug 12th 2019

I have been using this particular glove for over 2 years. I just received another set. There is no doubt these are the best gloves out there. Yes, they are more expensive but here you truly get what you pay for, and they are made in America. I noticed my new gloves were exactly the same material, thickness and quality of my gloves from 2 years ago. No skimping on quality. And it is not just for roses. I use them in all parts of our garden which is rather large. So if you value your hands and fingers, just buy these. You will not be disappointed. Well worth the price.

Protector Comfort Gauntlet Rose Gloves
Written by Terry Hoskins on Jul 16th 2019

These are the best. This is my third pair. I live in Tucson so am gardening around lots of "stickers". The finger tips do wear out in time due to our rocky soil, but I love the strong arm protection. They get a 5 star rating from me.

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Written by Mary Shulby on Apr 23rd 2019

These gloves are wonderful. I haven’t actually used them yet but I can not imagine thorns causing a problem. These are top quality gloves.

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Written by undefined on Dec 27th 2017

Simply perfect! I use them to work inside the thorny bushes with no injury st all. Great product an very nice seller.

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Written by undefined on Jul 15th 2017

These gloves are a lifesaver. To trim my roses and also my pigmy date palm trees! Won't trim without.

Saved my finger...
Written by Jay on Jun 9th 2017

I guess I should have know that when using a sickle, it's best not to pull it towards myself. But I did it anyway, and it slipped, cutting through my Rose Gloves. The thick leather took the trauma, and I had only a skin thickness cut on my index finger. Without the glove, I'd surely have cut tendons. Of course, the main reason I wear them is the wretched Himalaya blackberries that cover this county, and these gloves give me immunity to punctures. I love them--I've had 3 pairs now.

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