post some pics of the type of glove when your cutting wood in wet snow
i keep freezing my hands because they get wet
Yep , just rotate a bunch of cheap pairs ..I get‘m wet then lay them on the splitter ram and they’re dry in no time.I always keep several pairs of the cheap yellow cotton gloves on hand. Just use them till they become waterlogged and switch to the next pair. I do not want to use expensive gloves like goretex on wood as it ruins them quickly.
These are my favorite. Way WAY better than Atlas gloves. This company sells several types by this brand. I like these best, but haven't tried the actual waterproof ones. I buy a dozen at a time for $60/dozen. Wear till wet, swap, repeat. They don't last forever, but for $5/pair, they're great.
Thanks for the link. Ive been meaning to order replacements for the Atlas gloves I ordered a couple years ago. If these last longer, its a win win.
Ordered some of the waterproof ones too.