Gloves....a vital part of any makers arsenal (even though i suck at wearing them consistently). But that being said, some good gloves are always a must for anyone working with their hands. As a full time builder, my hands are my money maker. I take protecting them very seriously.... most days.
One issue I have as a beginner welder, welding gloves suck and are super uncomfortable. I wanted to find a solution to my issue, so I reached out to my buddy Aaron Massey from MrfixitDIY.com, and he recommended looking into Ironclad Work Gloves. He worked with them in the past and also did a review, you can check that video out here. So I reached out to Ironclad, and they hooked it up with a few pair for me to test out, and I give my opinion in the video below!
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By far my favorite from all the pairs I was sent. A great multi-purpose glove. I use these to de-nail and mill reclaimed wood, spot weld, grind, and general dirty work every day in the shop. They take a beating and slip right on. I love that they have no velcro, and take minimal time to put on and take off.
A good lightweight alternative to a full leather glove. Has a very soft palm and great dexterity. Great for daily use and general purpose work
These gloves are good for heat protection and general metal working. Solid choice for MIG and Stick welding as well as grinding. No t great dexterity, but overall a pretty good glove.
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