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G & F 8115 Premium Grain Leather Gloves Reviewed And Rated
Leather gloves are a popular choice for interaction with hot coals, food, and other high heat.
Made from genuine grain cowhide and suede with a 100% cotton lining, The G&F Premium Grain Leather Gloves are an excellent option when seeking high heat gloves though prolonged contact with direct flame is not advised. The gloves have 14.5″ sleeves to protect your forearms, can be washed with soap and water, and have loops so they can be hung to dry. They are also available in suede only.
Heat resistance. 23 seconds
Dexterity. Easily used tongs and a small paring knife
Comfort. Very comfortable
Published On: 5/17/2018
Last Modified: 5/13/2021
Rick Browne, Ph.B.
Rick Browne does product testing and recipes. A renowned TV cooking show host, photojournalist, and author of 16 barbecue books, he was the creator, host, and executive producer of public television’s popular Barbecue America TV series, a cooking and travelogue highlighting the world’s outdoor culinary landscape. It has aired on more than 230 stations.
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