That gardening gloves are of great importance while gardening, we probably don't have to tell you. In any case, safety is key. Our comfortable and high-quality gardening gloves protect during all kinds of work in and around the garden, but there is a difference in gloves and the jobs they are suitable for.
To help you and your customers with the right choice of glove, we categorized them based on the type of job, the quality and the type of protection. The gloves are available in different materials, sizes and colors. Ideal for precise pruning to heavy garden work.
1. What does the quality label say about the glove?
A simple and flexible glove for light jobs where you can get dirty.
A professional glove with specific properties for a particular job.
A sturdy, qualitative glove for heavy work.
2. Which glove is right for which job?
The more often you mow, the healthier your lawn will be. But whether you mow often, have a large lawn, a heavy lawnmower or a slippery push handle, blisters can be easily prevented with just a simple basic glove.
Basic - JB001 JB001P
If you are replacing or cleaning the blades in the lawnmower, then these gloves with a thick lining or special coating offer more protection. Of course, always proceed with caution and make sure the blades can't start turning accidentally.
Regular - JB002, JB009, JB010, JB011, JB012, JB013, JB017, JB016
You can of course use a pair of tongs for planting or repotting, but for proper sensitivity without getting your hands dirty, a thin flexible glove is the most ideal. The nitrile coating on the palm and fingertips of the gloves ensures not only the right dexterity, but also dry hands and sufficient grip, even when the gloves get wet.
Basic - JB002
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A flexible thin glove allows you to feel exactly where and what you are doing. Weeding at the roots is often a precise job, where this glove comes in handy. We can also imagine that you don't want to damage your fingers on the tiles or just don't want to get sand behind your nails. A thin and flexible glove with grip is the perfect solution.
Basic - JB002
For the diehard gardeners who are not afraid to pick up a full wheelbarrow, drag logs, move stones or hammer a fence. These leather work gloves are multi-purpose, but especially handy for all the heavy work.
Heavy Duty - JB018, JB019, JB006, JB007, JB008
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The heavy artillery
There are several types of pruning. The Work Glove in sizes M, L and XL is a popular and versatile glove. The additional reinforcement in the thumb, knuckle and palm makes it extra suitable for a heavy pruning job, such as cutting branches. This way you have more grip and prevent blisters at the same time.
Heavy Duty - JB006, JB007, JB008
Is it that time of year when the rosebush, holly or thistle needs to be pruned short again? If so, you'd prefer to get the job done without any scratches or injuries. Leather gloves (and sleeves up to the elbow) are thorn and sting proof. If you use gloves with cuffs, you also have less chance of critters walking into your sleeve. And that's a comfortable idea as well.
Heavy Duty - JB018, JB019, JB004, JB005
Regular pruning work
For small or daily pruning work you usually need only a small pair of pruning scissors. A glove with protection only on the pressure points, gives more room for fine movement. Which is easier when using small pruning scissors.
Regular - JB016, JB017
There is always something to tidy or clean up in the garden, no matter what that garden looks like. Raking leaves, pruning branches and clearing (wet) leaves are standard tasks in any garden when preparing the garden for spring and winter. For clearing wet objects, such as cleaning a rain barrel or clearing out a gutter, there is a special all-waterproof glove or one with a nitrile coating on the underside.
Regular - JB002, JB009, JB011, JB010, JB013, JB016, JB012, JB017, JB020
For all first-time gardeners, vegetable garden enthusiasts or gardening experts, it all starts with sowing. This job is not hard, but you can get dirty. By the way, (potting) soil often contains fertilizers or other bacteria, so wearing a glove while working with soil is always a safe choice. The gloves below protect against dirty or wet potting soil, but also provide grip when holding a heavy box of grass seed, for example.
Basic - JB001, JB001P
Regular - JB002, JB009, JB011, JB010, JB013, JB016, JB012, JB017
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These completely waterproof gloves up to elbow length and elastic top, protect hand and forearm from getting dirty and wet. This allows your hands to go deep into murky water to dredge out a pond or brave a gutter, for example. This way there's no chance for glove flooding ! Thanks to the anti-slip on palm and fingers, these pond and gutter gloves offer sufficient protection and peace of mind.
Regular - JB020
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Digging in the garden or vegetable garden often calls for a bit more muscle power and therefore requires a good grip. Weeding, raking and shoveling by hand also often involves twisting, turning and a bit of strength. To prevent blisters, we recommend a sturdy rough glove in the right size (M and L).
Heavy Duty - JB004, JB005, JB006, JB007, JB008
3. Which glove offers which kind of protection?
- Protection against cold and wet conditions: If the glove has a thick lining and/or wrist closure, it will keep out cold wind and humidity. Think of gloves for jobs such as clearing wet leaves, winterizing the garden or maintaining gutters or ponds. The pond gloves are completely water repellent, so you can take your hands all the way into the water.
- Protection against dirt: In fact, all gloves protect against dirt, but a glove with an (elastic) wristband or wrist closure, for example, is more likely to keep sand and pebbles out. But for light or sensitive work, simple and flexible gloves are ideal. Gloves with studs or a nitrile coating also provide a good grip.
- Protection against splinters and thorns: Leather is truly thorn-resistant, which is why it is used in all our heavy-duty gloves. If you use a leather glove with cuffs, pruning bushes or branches with thorns becomes even safer.
- Protection against slipping: Gloves with a rough fabric, coating or nubs, provide more grip while cutting grass, shoveling, sweeping, raking, digging or moving heavy or slippery objects. Due to grip and a perfect fit, blisters are history.
- Plant protection: Cotton or nitrile-coated gloves are ideal for flower arranging, (seed) planting, repotting and cuttings. Due to their thin and flexible fabric, these gloves give more feeling in the fingertips, allowing you to work more accurately. The gloves also provide more grip, so a plant does not easily slip out of your hands
4. Let your customers select the right size quickly and easily
The right fit is important for more grip, less blisters and safety while gardening. Many of our gloves come in 2 or 3 different sizes (and colors or prints). By allowing the customer to compare his hand with the size of the drawn hands on the banner, he easily chooses the right glove size.
The handy shelf plan and available POS material are ideal to quickly and beautifully set up your store. The foam board with explanation and size indication is 30 by 120 cm and is best placed as a signboard in or next to the shelf plan.