Rated 5 out of 5 by Bunnietail Fireplace gloves
This was a gift. Person receiving was very happy with the long length, quality of construction & protection for her hands & fingers!
December 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buddladee Awesome
Bought these in the extra long. Well worth the money! Don't hesitate to buy! Protection from the heat. Picked up a hot log & the protection was great. No burns. You won't regret this purchase.
December 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zilly Fireplace gloves
Good quality with hand portion very substantial . Made in USA.
November 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Juner A wonderfully made product and Made in the USA!
I bought these gloves for my husband. We have a wood burning stove.
I chose the gloves with the long cuffs. He love them.
They are awesome!!! The main reason I purchased them was because they are made in the USA(a hard thing to find these days).
November 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by hamsey Fireplace gloves
These gloves will keep the heat away. Very important when reloading the stove or fireplace. Tried a pair of welding gloves but boy did the fingers get hot. That and the fact that they shrunk to the point that I could barely get my fingers in them. Been using the fireplace gloves for a couple of weeks now and foresee having them for many more seasons. Very nice quality and cool fingers. Highly recommended.
October 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RunGirl333 The best fireplace gloves!
I have a wood stove, and my old pair of LL Bean fireplace gloves finally wore out after years of use. I bought a cheap pair somewhere else, and I regretted it immediately -- I could feel intense heat through the thin material, and I never felt comfortable using them. So I immediately went back to LL Bean. You can't go wrong with these gloves!
September 4, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by SJBeanShopper Way too small for men!
I was so excited to find these gloves for my husband who has a bad habit of moving fire logs with his bare hands. LL Bean always has reliable, high quality products. I read the reviews that insisted there is enough room in the regular size but there really isn't. They are very snug. I brought them back for the larger size only to find out that the next size up is just longer ("tall"). They fit my hands but not someone who is 6 feet tall. The quality is nice and I love the color but we have to look somewhere else for these gloves.
Don't believe the reviews -- try these on in person. The price is too high not to.
September 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by NoFrillsCustomer Great gloves, US-made!!! Get them!
I love these so much, I want to buy extras in case they ever go away! We got these for kitchen use--- cast iron cooking, pan seasoning, grilling, and general baking. Typical kitchen mitts did not keep our hands safe---esp with cast iron and even glass bakeware. They are better insulated than some decent welding gloves we tried before finding these. They have held up great over the last year or so of frequent use. There's about an inch left in the finger on my hand (average woman's gloves usually fit me), but I still have better dexterity and protection than with floppy&thin potholders and puffy but not well-insulated oven mitts. They fit my husband's hands just right (he's a big 6' guy.) They are suede outers, so if they are hanging by fireplaces, I can see how they may dry out at the seams unless given a little TLC every now and then.
August 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by TeamkMom Gift to our Campfire
We bought these to keep in our RV to stoke our campfires. These the best thing that happened to our fires. Makes it so easy to re-arrange the wood and keep that fire going. We went with the regular size pair, feeling for our purpose the XL was a little cumbersome. We plan to buy these for all our camping-family for Christmas. These are well worth price!
July 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tucson8 Great Gloves
These are excellent. I use them instead of pot holders when taking things from my oven. I used to get burns on my wrists and arms, but these are long enough to cover the exposed areas of my arm. I also can grab the oven racks, to pull them out, even when the oven is set at 475 degrees. Worth the money.
July 2, 2014