Men's 1 pr. Ironclad Ranchworx Gloves

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Men's 1 pr. Ironclad Ranchworx Gloves
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Love leather? Ranchworx Gloves give you the same and agility as all Ironclad® gloves, but with rich Bullwhip leather that won’t shrink or crack when wet. Get them from Duluth Trading.

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2.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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1.0

horrible

By click

from long island ny

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • None

Cons

  • Size runs small

Best Uses

  • None

most uncomfortable gloves i ever owned , cant seem to find a nice pair of gloves at duluth

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4.0

Good Gloves

By Dougli

from Yachats, OR

I've used these for several weeks of woodcutting and general chores. So far they've held together with no problems. That means they've lasted longer than several other name brand gloves that are comparably priced. This particular design is hard to find: an uninsulated, mostly leather, gauntlet glove with a Velcro closure that doesn't gape open when closed.

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1.0

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By Sean the goat runner

from Oregon

Pros

  • Brand

Cons

  • Durability
  • FIT

Best Uses

    I love ironclad, however these gloves are no good. I used them working on a ranch and they wore out in under a month. I wish ironclad would stop wasting money on stupid showy stuff on their gloved on focus on higher quality leather. I love their cold condition gloves and their tac-ops glove.

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    2.0

    Right hand fingers wear out

    By 4deboids

    from Joshua tree, ca

    I work with firewood and these gloves wear out in under one year. The fingers on the right hand are the worse. I switched to the Duluth work gloves and really like them a lot. So far I have almost 2 years on that glove.

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