The tool is ideal for companies involved in logging, forest management, metal working, hand tools, power tools and DIY projects
The premium goat leather provides the wearer with comfort and dexterity all day long the texture of the PVC palm patches provides extra durability
This high visibility stretch spandex back provides exceptional dexterity and breathability, and the chainsaw block fabric patches in the back of the left hand provide extra cutting resistance, according to the EN381-7 standard, the class 1 m/s protection level.
The cuff is made from Neoprene and velcro helps to ensure a firm fit The fingers are precurved to make for a
The product is CE certified with EN3882122 and complies with the CA65 regulation&REACH regulation.
Questions & Answers
Does anyone know where the large size is? What warranty does this expensive pair of gloves come with?
A lot of the large sizes have probably been Was it too expensive? I found them to be one of the best value gloves I could find on Amazon. No warranty on them, but you should not use them with electric saws, only gas saws, since electric saws have near constant torque, which the left glove cannot protect against for more than a tenth of a second or two at the most.
Can I get a guarantee on this item?
As far as I know, they don't come with a warranty, although if they are defective, I presume they would be replaced. Having been a victim of the same thing as the fellow who wore holes in his fingers in one day was completely different. Two fairly large oak trees (36" diameter, probably 45 feet high) were chopped down and sectioned into fireplace logs for splitting - both were very thick. The job is only on the weekends This item does not show any significant wear. The gloves I use with the saw are therefore only used when I use the My working gloves change to heavy duty neoprene palmed, rubber armored finger top gloves I can buy at a local job lot store for $5 when I move the saw off the table and start rolling stuff to the splitter. The price is $1,00 per Although I put some heavy wear on them, they lasted a long time.
My eyes are so tired of sellers not posting the town of manufacture. Why do they do that?
You should contact the customer service line to inquire about where they source their products from. If the source is important to you, you might want to call the number.
Are you able to provide information about the sizes?
Since I purchased a pair in a large size, mine lasted less than a month before the fingers started to rip. A little warm in summer, but they get ruined pretty fast when doing tree work. Good gloves overall, but a little dirty in tree work.
Selected User Reviews For Vgo 2-Pairs Chainsaw Work Gloves Saw Protection on Left Hand Back (Size M, Orange, GA8912)
It's a joke to wear these gloves. Using them twice was not a problem. The purpose of the trip is to rake some leaves with a soft rake and pick up some logs left over from last week's fire. There is nothing sharp or hot, but all the seams have ripped. These gloves are 10x worse than the harbor freight gloves that I have. I paid $3 for a pair of gloves that are 10x better. It is best to stay away from these unless you intend to wear them as a fashion statement, because the quality is definitely not what I expected from Amazon choice. They are more.
| Oct 05, 2020
A very well-crafted piece
It runs small, so size up The next size up is available. Gloves of this quality and reasonable price are well made. The glove seems to be excellent, from what I have seen. I got an extra large because other reviews mention the fit is tight. I have large hands, so I am not sure why one star is taken off for size. According to my knowledge, the extra large does not fit extra large frames. There is just something large about it. I am sorry. I have a bit of trouble getting my little finger in. As a result This glove is perfect for those with smaller hands or medium hands. This is suitable for hands that are large. It is best to look elsewhere if you need an extra large real deal.
| Nov 24, 2020
They look good, but are not likely to protect chains very well
Warm-weather wear would be better with these since they do not have cuffs These gloves may not be ideal for winter weather, but they appear to be fairly decent. It is not unusual for me to wear XL gloves, and these are no It's a great fit, and the Velcro wrist strap is secure enough to keep them on. Upon more use, I'm suppose to know if they're actually leather, but I can't determine that for sure until they get more worn. "Leather" in synthetic form is available The palms of the gloves have a "velour-like" material, but it seems fine. I'm not sure how important chain protection is on the left glove, but I think that it's pretty unimportant. I doubt that it has enough material to bind up my saw since there's no label for any rating, UL or otherwise. The pad is pretty small, too, so it's unlikely it'll bind up my To help me grip the tool, I bought these to prevent me from smacking myself.
For a woman, a large size can be OK
It has been a long time since I have purchased a chainsaw, and I seek protection from it. The unisex disposable lab gloves I normally wear fit me well (which appears to correspond to the chainsaw glove size chart), but I can't seem to find anyone who sells chainsaw gloves in As a result of reviews here, it appears the Large runs small. So I ordered a Large and tried it out. I am very pleased with the result. The fingers are slightly longer than I need, but not long enough to be cumbersome. I can still use the chainsaw without any problems. I only wish the gloves fit a slightly larger hand than mine, but they do feel comfortable, and without a doubt aren't Generally, once the gloves are on and I begin using the chainsaw, they are so well fitted that I don't notice the gloves at all and just concentrate on the job at hand. This is what protective gear should feel like! All in all I believe they are a decent fit for a woman with a medium figure A pair of hands the size of your.
| Mar 21, 2021
There is a good-looking style to it
The glove I inspected is not the one you have. There is almost no protection for it. It is almost certain that the glove will be destroyed if you accidentally touch the chainsaw with it. There is not much strength in it. Both gloves don't have protection. In both cases, the glove on the right hand doesn't have any protection. And the glove on the left has a few protection on the cover, but the rest of the glove is as regular as any other. There is a good looking style to it, but that's it. Working gloves are fine as long as they are just regular gloves.
| Mar 25, 2021
Having both quality and comfort is a win-win! There are so many ways in which these gloves are outstanding
You can use them for working, riding, and staying warm in the winter. They also do not sweat excessively, even when your hands are During the time that I used a weed eater with a chain saw attached, I used them for many hours. On a recent volunteer clean up day at a local cemetery, I cut down a few thousand small heag trees and other types. I definitely came away with more than I could have imagined. The blades seem extremely strong when I use both my chain saw and my axe. Because I did not test their kelval strength using a forced kick, so I can not rate their strength, but another person can do that if necessary. However, with that being said, I do believe that your left hand will be perfectly fine if you do it accidentally. Compared to an ER room visit, we provide a safe, quality, comfortable, and inexpensive alternative. It is mine, maybe it is time for you to.
| Dec 06, 2020
The gloves are great! It is such a pleasure to wear Having an average-sized hand for a 6'1 male, the size XL was perfect for me! During the chainsawing of some downed trees on my property I have used these and have found them to be extremely
| Dec 06, 2020
This quality glove has a difference in fit between left and right hands
We think these gloves are very good. On the front of the jacket, there is a thin leather that feels breathable and allows you to feel through it easily. My right hand is a little large for me, and my left hand is a little Neither glove fits very well on my left hand, but I had expected it to be a little tighter. As a result of the padding on the left hand, it is difficult to grasp things fully. You may want to take precautions to avoid getting hurt. As a result of the leather on the palm, you're going to have a good grip. Since I haven't yet had an accident with a chainsaw, I have no idea whether the protective layers will actually stop There will hopefully never be a time when that happens to me. It may take a little while for the left hand to loosen up when it becomes more familiar It is generally considered to be a good quality product. Although the left and right hands do not fit exactly equally, they do appear to be very different sizes.
| Dec 29, 2020