Dickies Work/Safety Gloves, All £10, More Than Half Price + £2.99 Delivery @ Dickies, £12.99
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Dickies Work/Safety Gloves, All £10, More Than Half Price + £2.99 Delivery @ Dickies, £12.99

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Found 26th Sep 2017Edited by:"louiselouise"
Just saw an advert about these on Facebook, prices valid till 1st October. RRPs for these gloves go from £31-£60. Prices shown Including VAT (you can choose a Non-VAT price option).

This range of gloves is a collaboration between Dickies and KONG ("King of Oil N' Gas"): Dickies UK blog post from 22nd April 2015 (maybe when these gloves were released?) talks more in-depth about this range: dickiesstore.co.uk/blo…es/

Sizing: S (sz7), M (sz8), L (sz9), XL (sz10), XXL (sz11).

Delivery:
(Royal Mail)
£2.99 for orders below £50
FREE for orders £50 or more

Also DPD delivery, see below (clicky to make bigger)
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Dickies Heavy Duty Knit Gloves (Cut Level 5) (GL01HDC5) £10 (sizes M-XL) Was £31.00 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
2799777.jpgThese are high quality work gloves from Dickies in collaboration with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers. These safety gloves meet EN388 specifications and have the maximum level of cut resistance (level 5). The padded foamed-nitrile palm offers high visibility, grip & impact absorption whilst there is an excellent level of protection - the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 4.5.4.1

Features:

Cut Level 5.
Padded hi-viz foamed-nitrile palm.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%).
KONG knuckle protection (90%).

Suitable for:

Rigging.
Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.

Review:
27/02/16 (5 Stars)
TRUSTPILOT REVIEW
Protects the hands very comfortabley. Description very good.
John Allen

Dickies Heavy Duty Gloves (Cut Level 5) (GL01C5) £10 (Sizes M, XL, XXL) Was £55.00 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
2799777.jpgPremium quality work gloves from Dickies in collaboration with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers. These gloves meet EN388 specifications and have the maximum level of cut resistance (level 5). Featuring dual layer Duraclad reinforcements on the rope channel of the palm, these gloves will stand up to long periods of handling rope or cable whilst rigging for example. The palms feature a Diamondclad silicone fused palm giving ultimate grip for wet or oily surfaces. The protection across the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 3.5.4.1

Features:

Diamondclad silicone fused palm.
Cut Level 5.
Duraclad rope channel reinforcement.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%)
KONG knuckle protection (90%)
TPR cuff puller.

Suitable for:

Rigging.
Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.
Demolition.
Heavy Construction.

Review:
20/05/16 (5 Stars)
Bought these for work on cars in the garage.
No more cut and grazed fingers. They are very snug around your hands and are the best gloves I have ever owned. I can imagine these being perfect for big industrial environments.
Harry

Dickies Heavy Duty Impact Gloves (GL01HD) £10 (Sizes S-XXL) Was £42.50 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
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Dickies have a collaboration with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers - to provide an exciting range of premium quality safety gloves. These gloves meet EN388 specifications and have an awesome range of features. Duraclad reinforcement on the rope channel gives 8x more durability than a traditional synthetic leather, these gloves will stand up to long periods of handling rope or cable. The protection across the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 3.2.2.1

Features:

Duraclad rope channel reinforcement.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%).
KONG knuckle protection (90%).
TPR cuff puller.

Suitable for:

Rigging.
Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.

Dickies Heavy Duty Waterproof Impact Gloves (GL01WP) £10 (Sizes S-XXL) Was £60.00 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
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Premium quality work gloves from Dickies in collaboration with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers. These gloves meet EN388 specifications and have a feature most gloves cannot provide - they are guaranteed as oilproof & waterproof. Breathable to allow sweat to evaporate, whilst keeping your hands warm & dry. Also featuring a Duraclad rope channel reinforcement, these gloves will stand up to long periods of handling rope or cable whilst rigging for example. Finally, the protection across the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 3.2.2.2

Features:

Guaranteed oilproof & waterproof.
Duraclad rope channel reinforcement.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%)
KONG knuckle protection (90%)
TPR cuff puller.

Suitable for:

Cold Weather Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.
Demolition.
Heavy Construction.
Rigging.

Review:
27/04/16 (5 Stars)
TRUSTPILOT REVIEW
Perfect. Warm and protect fingers loading steel. Excellent
PAUL CRANNAFORD

Dickies Heavy Duty Super Grip Impact Gloves (GL01SG) £10 (Sizes S-XXL) Was £43.50 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
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Dickies have collaborated with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers - to produce a great range of premium safety gloves. These gloves meet EN388 specifications feature a Diamondclad silicone fused palm, giving an ultimate grip on wet or oily surfaces. They also feature a Duraclad reinforced saddle & thumb, which is 8x more durable than the traditional synthetic leathers used by other glove manufactureres. The protection across the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 3.1.2.1

Features:

Diamondclad silicone fused palm.
Duraclad reinforced saddle & thumb.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%).
KONG knuckle protection (90%).
TPR cuff puller.

Suitable for:

Rigging.
Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.
Equipment Maintenance.

Dickies Heavy Duty Deck Hand Gloves (GL01DH) £10 (Sizes S-XL) Was £55.00 dickiesstore.co.uk/pro…ves
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Premium quality work gloves from Dickies in collaboration with KONG - one of the world's best known glove manufacturers. These gloves meet EN388 specifications and have the maximum level of cut resistance (level 5). They are designed for some serious abuse with a 4-layer palm for maximum durability and abrasion resistance. There's also a DuPont Teflon treatment for oil & water resistance. Finally the protection across the metacarpal is at 80% of impact absorption, whilst the knuckle protection is at an incredible 90% impact absorption.

EN388 4.5.4.3

Features:

DuPont Teflon treatment for oil & water resistance.
Cut Level 5.
4-layer palm for maximum durability.
KONG metacarpal protection (80%)
KONG knuckle protection (90%)
TPR cuff puller.

Suitable for:

Rigging.
Oil & Gas Drilling.
Extraction & Refining.
Fracking.
Tool Pushing.
Mining.
Demolition.
Heavy Construction.
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"...Dickies also have a relationship with KONG – “King of Oil N’ Gas”, who manufacture an advanced safety glove range globally to meet specific working needs and the highest quality protection"32096811-Kqh0L.jpgEdit: Dickies UK blog post from 22nd April 2015 (maybe when these gloves were released?) talks more in-depth about this range: dickiesstore.co.uk/blo…es/
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Sep 2017
This is what i was looking for. You saved my hands this winter lol
Cheers OP. Ordered. Many thanks
Edited by: "Pookie69" 26th Sep 2017
Real Deal Cheers.
Excellent find, thanks.
Which ones should I go for? They seem to be varying uses
Hassann8 m ago

Which ones should I go for? They seem to be varying uses


I bought 3 waterproof and 2 thick wintery type ones. £50 and free delivery.
Steveyorkie19 m ago

I bought 3 waterproof and 2 thick wintery type ones. £50 and free delivery.

Cheers mate, ordered 1 of each. I'll compare and return unwanted pairs as it's free returns anyway
Louiselouise many thanks
Shame there’s no combat trousers on sale 😔
Ace, cheers.
Glad it's been useful, the Deal went cold for a while initially - I mentioned this to boyf as he uses a chainsaw in winter, and for other outdoorsy jobs. Wouldn't have a clue what to recommend to HUKDers!

He chose the waterproof, GL01WP, £60 RRP option, which has Thinsulate lining (mentioned in the video clip), not sure about the others.

Each glove has a demonstration video* on its weblink, which might help you with your purchase.

*Bottom left, at the illustration thumbnails.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Sep 2017
Do we think these would be good for an obstacle course race like Tough Mudder?
Damn, I need some new work gloves but I struggle to find ones with the fingers long enough! Wouldn't want to buy without trying first and don't want the hassle of sending them back. :-(
Anyone else have this problem and able to recommend a brand? Obviously there are the fingerless gloves, but the few I have tried just haven't been comfortable.
Mine came today, look and feel great.
I'll try them out tomorrow and give my unbiased opinion when I have time.
Tried the heavy duty gloves and the waterproof gloves today.
When I started work it was pissing it down so I put the waterproof gloves on. Being new they took a bit of getting used to and too thick for fiddly job. Performed well and kept my hands dry and warm. It has a soft fleecy type of lining.only problem, hard to put on with damp or wet hands. I ordered XL.
The other gloves are thinner and more flexible, although not waterproof kept my hands dry. Easier to get on and off. Ordered XL.
The grip on both pairs was great and the finger protection felt very good.
I have ordered another 5 pairs but XXL.
Steveyorkie4 m ago

Tried the heavy duty gloves and the waterproof gloves today.When I started …Tried the heavy duty gloves and the waterproof gloves today.When I started work it was pissing it down so I put the waterproof gloves on. Being new they took a bit of getting used to and too thick for fiddly job. Performed well and kept my hands dry and warm. It has a soft fleecy type of lining.only problem, hard to put on with damp or wet hands. I ordered XL.The other gloves are thinner and more flexible, although not waterproof kept my hands dry. Easier to get on and off. Ordered XL.The grip on both pairs was great and the finger protection felt very good.I have ordered another 5 pairs but XXL.


Boyf did all the measurements to determine his glove size before ordering (size M) - and all he's done is moan about them! He says they're too tight, digits are a tad too long and there's not much room for manoevure with the fingers.

Maybe the Thinsulate-lined ones (the RRP £60, waterproof gloves) need a bit more "breaking in" or maybe he needs a size up, not sure.
louiselouise15 m ago

Boyf did all the measurements to determine his glove size before ordering …Boyf did all the measurements to determine his glove size before ordering (size M) - and all he's done is moan about them! He says they're too tight, digits are a tad too long and there's not much room for manoevure with the fingers.Maybe the Thinsulate-lined ones (the RRP £60, waterproof gloves) need a bit more "breaking in" or maybe he needs a size up, not sure.


Sounds like a size up would help. Fingers are on the long side buy not a problem for me in my job.
Imho, well worth a tenner a pair, obviously cos I've bought another 5 pairs.
Great deal, cheers OP.

Unfortunately the Dickies Heavy Duty Gloves were only available in XXL when I ordered - guess they were popular, and XL sold out?

Ordered most in XL and L, so I can try them on.

Was going to measure my hand but there's no size guide, and then realised I could just use some of my existing work gloves to try - which are size 9 or 10. So L or XL should hopefully work.

These are essentially slightly tweaked KONG gloves:
ironclad.com/all…-2/

So a good deal from the looks of it.

Although you can get some of the KONG gloves and some of the Dickies gloves off eBay etc. for around £10-£15 depending on the glove

Would be nice if they did something lighter weight too - just a good DIY glove. These are real rigger gloves it seems.

Good to have a heavy duty pair of gloves though.
Not got long if you want to order them, too, runs out at midnight (or whenever Dickies update their website prices)

Edit: Maybe I'm having a brain fart and it actually runs out at 23:59 on 1st October, which would make more sense
Edited by: "louiselouise" 1st Oct 2017
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