Michael Hale created the Ethel brand when he realized there was a need for work gloves that really fit the contours of women’s hands. Many of us at Daily Grommet didn’t realize how ill-fitting other work gloves are until we tried these. They’re form-fitting without being restrictive. The stretchy fabric is breathable with a rubberized grip, reinforced fingertips and an extended cuff to shield wrists.
Besides being protective, Ethel gloves have great personality, with feminine prints that include tonal fleur-de-lis patterns and subtle snakeskin designs. You can also choose a sustainable version, crafted from bamboo and synthetic leather. For rose gardeners there’s a gauntlet sleeve glove, and for those times when you need to really dig into the dirt, Ethel offers a flexible knit utility glove with a waterproof palm.
All Ethel gloves are machine washable, so you can work hard, get dirty and then easily wash away the grime in time for your next gardening adventure.