The nylon construction of these Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip nylon black large multi-purpose gloves features a grip dip for a secure hold while you work on wet and dry projects. Draws moisture away from your skin.
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87%of customersrecommend this product27 of 31reviews
Rating Breakdown32 reviews
87%of customersrecommend this product27 of 31reviews
This glove is amazing. I was able to pull the bearing race of my race car with these gloves on! No slip in oil or grease. Easy to wash and use again and again! I also wear them to play golf! The dexterity of this technology is hard to understand until you wear them.
These gloves are lightweight and allow for a good grip without restricting movement. I used them for masonary work and was very pleased, they do wear out at the finger tips after 15-20 hours of use but they've saved a ton of wear and tear on my hands.
I am an electrician. I like to wear gloves to save wear and tear on my skin. I have tried many different kinds of gloves over the years. Even gloves that cost $20.00 or more. None of which can match these! They are durable, breath well, Light weight, & inexpensive. I would recomend them to anyone. Fantastic product!!! I can also handle small objects (like: nuts and bolts etc.) while wearing them. The only bad thing is, I can't find them sold in bulk. But, at less than $5.00 a pair,.....whatever.
An avid electrican
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, High Quality, inexpensive, breath very well
forgot where i purchased these gloves so i searched for them online and was reminded i got them from homo depot. love them gonna go there tommorrow and get 2 more pairs. there not big and bulky like all other gloves. there great.
These are the best work gloves I have ever had. They are comfortable, long wearing, protective, easy to put on and take off and easy to pick up items. They are a good value when you buy them from Home Depot.
Pros: Easy to Use, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Durable, Easy to Clean, High Quality
These gloves are pretty inexpensive, yet have a great grip, aren't bulky, are very thin, yet very sturdy, breathable, and don't limit dexterity. I'm usually not a fan of gloves because I find even a slight bulk makes it annoying to use them for any type of chores. But I've been using these gloves for about a year now. I like them so much I bought a few extra pairs. No rips or tears so far, which is surprising. Since they grip well, are breathable, and thin, I started to use them for driving gloves too (never used "driving gloves" before, never wanted to). Good for gripping tools, steering wheels, lumber, equipment, and are great for gardening too. While on vacation recently my wife even used a pair as golf gloves, worked great for that unplanned use! They're probably not ideal for outdoor winter gloves in cold climates; there are bulkier winter gorilla grip gloves available for that but I've never checked those out.
Pros: Durable, Good Size & Weight
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Review 9 for Large Gorilla Grip Glove
PostedDecember 15, 2013
No, I do not recommend this product.
These gloves used to be perfect! But recently they changed the quality of these gloves, and now these gloves are HORRIBLE! They're cheaply made, and don't even last me a day!
I am a carpenter and I try to wear gloves at all times when working. I know my industry can be tough on many protective surfaces but these gloves had holes in areas that rarely experience contact with the items I am trying to protect my hands from, and this was in less than half my workday. They are reasonably priced but are light duty at best.
Wasn't looking for gloves, but always check them out anyway. When I tried these on, it felt like an extension of my hand. When I saw the price, I had to try them. NOT DISAPPOINTED !!!! I would recommend these to anyone. I am purchasing more as we speak.
Pros: Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Stylish, Good Size & Weight
I do a lot of work with bamboo as a Peace Corps volunteer and need to protect my hands from the sharp splinters created when I'm carving. Even in hot, humid conditions these gloves protect my hands without losing the "feel" of the bamboo. The claim for drawing moisture is spot-on.....these are the only gloves I will use! The tips do wear out quickly(as with all gloves) but using rubber tips made for office workers thumbing through paperwork(found in any office supply store in the US) inside the problem fingers extends the life!
The best snug form-fitting multipurpose glove I have found. Finger tips wear out first, and reinforcement there would improve durability, but flexibility is excellent. Grip is not as good as claimed, but other features still make them a good value.
I purchased two pair of these gloves in size medium. I am a female with long, thin fingers and it's often difficult to find women's gloves that are long enough. For reference, I wear a ladie's glove size of 7.5 and the two pair I purchased in-store fit so well -- snug, but not too snug -- that I ordered six additional pair online. Unfortunately, the pairs that arrived are much larger than those I bought in-store. The fingers of several of the pair as well as the palm area are significantly wider and looser and do not allow for the precise manipulation of objects that a well-fitting pair afford me. I'm keeping them as I expect I'll use them for projects over time where a good fit is not as crucial, but am very disappointed that I can't rely on receiving the same quality/sizing product from this supplier.
As others have noted, do not expect these to last a long time under sustained or heavy use. However, if you need to be able to have fine motor skills when working with your hands, these are far superior to either leather work gloves, or nitrile rubber gloves that are too thin and fragile.
I use mine when working with my circular saw, electric screw driver and also for general household electrical repair (i.e. replacing a ballast in a fluorescent fixture).
I said I would recommend them and I would, but even if you've tried them on in the store, I would be leery of purchasing this brand over the internet due to the fact that none of the ones I received from my on-line order were consistent (even to each other!) in terms of size.
Pros: Easy to Clean, High Quality, Looks Great, Nice Design, thin yet reasonably sturdy rubber fingers
Cons: Not Durable, product sizing in men's medium is inconsistent
I purchased these gloves (Medium) to layer under the Grease Monkey fingerless gloves (Large) for protection of my fingertips but little to no loss in finger control. Also was to help keep by fingertips warm while working in the cold. I have never worn a pair of non-nitril type glove that has this level of finger control. The great thing is they breathe, so your hands do not become a sweat factory.
I would highly recommend anyone trying the combination of the fingerless gloves and these max fit gloves for jobs that require fine finger control, and want some extra hand protection. Both the gloves, individual and together feel like an extension of your hand, all the way down to your fingertips...
Only complaint is I think these gloves are a little overpriced for what they are material wise. I don't think they will last very long under heavy construction use, and are a very thin stretchy material with a grip surface coated on one side. Still, I have not seen a more durable thin glove that fits so well while retaining the ability to breathe.
These are lightweight and thin but they are made very well. I have used mine for about six months doing work around the house and they are still in good shape. The grip is still well attached and isn't wearing down yet. I have used them to cut down tree limbs, trim the bushes, and use a trimmer. They are especially comfortable if you put a little power in them before putting them on. I also machine wash and dry them and they haven't been damaged from that.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Sturdy, High Quality, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design