Steven Raichlen knows BBQ and BBQ products and these gloves are a great example of that.
The great looking Steven Raichlen Extra Long Suede Gloves have two contrasting colors: A smooth black suede upper, and a rougher textured tan colored glove and fingers.
At 17.5″, these gloves are the longest ones we tested. They are lined with cotton, said to be heat safe to 475°F, and recommended by Cook’s Illustrated magazine, although their reviewers griped that the gloves are not machine washable. As with other leather gloves, you can wipe them off but washing is discouraged.
Pitmaster Club member “Steve B” likes these gloves and comments, “So far I have no complaints. They seem well constructed, comfortable and they do fit my rather large hands. And they do reach up to my elbow.”
Heat resistance. 21.5 seconds
Dexterity. Easily used tongs and easily picked up a small paring knife
Comfort. Very comfortable
Click here to check prices and buy on Amazon
High quality websites are expensive to run. If you help us, we’ll pay you back bigtime with an ad-free experience and a lot of freebies!
Millions come to AmazingRibs.com every month for high quality tested recipes, tips on technique, science, mythbusting, product reviews, and inspiration. But it is expensive to run a website with more than 2,000 pages and we don’t have a big corporate partner to subsidize us.
Our most important source of sustenance is people who join our Pitmaster Club. But please don’t think of it as a donation. Members get MANY great benefits. We block all third-party ads, we give members free ebooks, magazines, interviews, webinars, more recipes, a monthly sweepstakes with prizes worth up to $2,000, discounts on products, and best of all a community of like-minded cooks free of flame wars. Click below to see all the benefits, take a free 30 day trial, and help keep this site alive.
Post comments and questions below
1) Please try the search box at the top of every page before you ask for help.
2) Try to post your question to the appropriate page.
3) Tell us everything we need to know to help such as the type of cooker and thermometer. Dial thermometers are often off by as much as 50°F so if you are not using a good digital thermometer we probably can’t help you with time and temp questions. Please read this article about thermometers.
4) If you are a member of the Pitmaster Club, your comments login is probably different.
5) Posts with links in them may not appear immediately.