Carhartt Women’s Gloves Guide

Carhartt makes a line of gloves especially for women. These gloves are every bit as well made as Carhartt men’s gloves but designed for a better fit on a woman’s hand. Carhartt makes gloves to tackle any job or purpose to make your life easier.

Carhartt Women’s Leather Chore Glove: These classic women’s full-grain leather gloves feature suede palm patches for extra gripping power and durability. Suede cowhide back offers even more protection for your hands. The thumb is constructed to provide great mobility and the double-shirred wrist provides a comfy fit.

Utility Glove Vintage Rose
Utility Glove Vintage Rose

Women’s Carhartt Insulated Utility Glove/Grain Pigskin – Vintage Rose: Work and stay cozy with these great-looking women’s work gloves made from full-grain pigskin with a breathable, waterproof lining. Abrasion resistant, these gloves feature G60 Thinsulate™ insulation. The gloves have a gel palm pad for comfort and a wrist closure and gusset for a snug fit.

Carhartt Women’s Nitrile-Coated Gloves – 3 Pack: For those dirty, messy jobs around the place, these gloves are made to tackle the worst of them. Manufactured from 100% nylon / 13-guage knit gloves are coated on the palms for increased abrasion resistance and improved grip. These gloves come in two colors: vintage red and green tea.

Carhartt Women’s Insulated Driving Glove: Manufactured from top-grain cowhide for maximum hand protection and freedom of movement, these driving gloves feature G80 Thinuslate™ insulation to keep your hands toasty while you work in the cold. A double-shirred wrist ensures a comfy close fit on your hands.

Carhartt products combine superior quality and value, outlasting cheaper competitive brands—so when you need a new pair of gloves, forget department stores—we have exactly what you are looking for! For excellent value for money choose Carhartt women’s gloves to stay warm and cozy during the chilly winter months ahead.

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  1. Hi, Mary,
    Have you visited out Safety Girl site? It has nothing but safety gear designed specifically for women. I’m sure you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for there!

    Thanks,

    Tim

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