Womanswork

Work Gloves for Women

The Right Touch

Made in the USA of top-quality, buttery leather. Designed by women gardeners for women’s hands. And made to last. These are the women’s work gloves we’ve been looking to bring to the Grommet community.

Womanswork gloves are uniquely suited to the shape of a woman’s hand and the way they garden. Women own and run the company and
they carefully observed what’s different about women and the way they work—longer, narrower fingers and narrower palms. And women like to feel what they’re doing when they garden.

The results are these tough, supple gardening gloves; super-protective Gauntlet Gloves with elbow-length cuffs and form-fitting Gardeners Goat Skin Gloves. Both pairs are made from durable, breathable leather that protects against thorns and brambles, and is comfortable even on warm days.

Womanswork work gloves have truly been made with a woman’s touch.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Dorian
    Dorian

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Womanswork to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about our gardening gloves designed for women.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/30/2015 12:11 PM

    Hi all, in case there are any questions about sizing, here is a sizing chart that should come in....handy!

  • chris
    chris
    6/30/2015 12:30 PM

    What is the difference in length on the 2 sets of gloves? How long are the gray pair?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/30/2015 12:32 PM

    Hi Chris, the Rose Gauntlet gloves are: 16" x 6" x 1" and the Goat Skin Gloves are: 12" X 5" X 1"

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 12:36 PM

    @chris The gray goatskin gloves are about 12" long, and the gauntlet gloves are about 16" long.

  • Carol
    Carol
    6/30/2015 12:38 PM

    Are these gloves washable?

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 12:56 PM

    @Carol These gloves are hand washable in cool or cold water, using a soap suitable for natural fibers. After washing, air dry them but don't leave them in the hot sun or on a radiator. Sometimes to wash my leather gloves, I simply put my gloved hands under the faucet with a little soap and wash mainly the palms, which are usually where the garden soil is.

  • Linda
    Linda
    6/30/2015 12:41 PM

    Are these gloves waterproof?

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 12:57 PM

    @Linda The leather has some natural water resistance. They are not 'waterproof', but you will find that the water does not immediately seep through them, particularly with the goatskin (gray) gloves.

  • Carolyn
    Carolyn
    6/30/2015 12:46 PM

    I'm planning a trip to Montana to visit a friend w. a sheep ranch. I always help w. the sheep - often heavy duty chores requiring good work gloves. Hers are too big for me, so i've been looking for my own gloves. Which set would you reccomend?

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 12:58 PM

    @Carolyn Both gloves are rugged. The pigskin perhaps a little more so. But if you don't want a long glove, the goatskin gloves should be ok too.

  • Carrie
    Carrie
    6/30/2015 1:02 PM

    I'm glad to see that Womanswork gloves have been introduced to The Gromment. I've owned a pair for yearsssssss and they were the best. It's time for a replacement but unfortunately their Original Leather Work Gloves aren't being offered here but I know where to find them. I highly recommend these!!

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 1:16 PM

    @Carrie Thank you for your kind words Carrie! Actually the hand on the gauntlet glove above is the same leather and the same style as the hand on the Original leather Work Glove you referred to.

  • MJ
    MJ
    6/30/2015 1:56 PM

    These gloves are lovely. I have really small hands and have trouble with gloves in general. I am an avid gardener, but find I lose nimbleness with bulky leather gloves. Will these gloves quickly break in and are they expected with the sizing chart to be very form fitting s0-to-speak? I always end up with nitrile coated gloves for this reason. Thank you.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/30/2015 3:07 PM

    Hi MJ, the leather is very soft so the break in process may not be immediate, but fairly quick. And if you follow the sizing chart above, they should be fairly form fitting as well. The great thing about all high-quality leather products is they get more comfortable over time which we think you will find with the Womanswork gloves.

  • Erin
    Erin
    6/30/2015 2:52 PM

    My hands are wide (usually a size 8) and I have long fingers. I have owned your gloves but the fingers rip out. Ideas? I think that I have ordered medium in the past.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/30/2015 3:11 PM

    Hi Erin, you might want to bump up to the large, but here is the sizing guide to provide a more accurate measurement.

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 3:11 PM

    @Erin Erin, if you usually wear a size 8 in gloves, and you have long fingers, you would probably be a size Large in our gloves. The Medium may have been too small for you.

  • Tom
    Tom
    6/30/2015 4:13 PM

    Hi Dorian. So excited to read about your gloves. My wife has small hands, so trying to find gloves,which fit well, is very difficult. She and I like to work outside together. Also, I'm glad you offer goat skin gloves. For myself, I only wear goat skin. They hold up very well and don't shrink when wet. I'm going to forward this to my wife, so she can decide which size would be best. Thanks, Tom

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/30/2015 4:54 PM

    Glad to hear it, Tom! We hope you enjoy!

  • Dorian
    Dorian – Special Guest
    6/30/2015 5:08 PM

    Thanks Tom. We hope your wife will love our gloves!

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