Jim Fry wrote:See what they have at the feed store. Around here, they are usually strong and tough.
Jan White wrote:Any suggestions for good quality, non-leather women's work gloves?
Gail Gardner wrote:Why non-leather?
Gail Gardner wrote:For wet jobs and during the winter when it is cold, I wear white cotton "North by Honeywell" gloves under heavy, water-proof Ansell coated gloves.
Gail Vance wrote:There is a mail order company that is owned/run by women because they had the same problem. I am sure they have 'other than leather' gloves, although I know they have leather too. I have also picked up some of their gloves on closeout at Ross, if you have one nearby. Otherwise, check at <https://womanswork.com/>.
Anthony Cooley wrote:I know you said not leather, but I’ve had decent luck with the goatskin gloves from harbor freight and if your wanting to spend some bigger money the petzl cordex belaying gloves. I get about 3-4 months out of either, but the petzl’s have a 1 year warranty, so I just took them back to rei for a brand new pair. I have small hands and wear a medium in the harbor freight gloves, but the come a size smaller. I wear a small in the petzl’s , and they also have an extra small.
I was a little worried about spending $40 on a pair of work gloves, but rei has a really good return policy, so if you get them and absolutely hate them you can get a refund really easily.