I was recently given the opportunity to review NiTex P-12 Gloves for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.
I really like to work around the yard, in the garage and doing various crafts but what it does to my hands afterwards sometimes tends to ward me off from wanting to do anything outside at all. My fingers use to always become rough, callused and crack but now I was recently sent a pair of NiTex P-12 to try out and I have to say I love gardening, crafting and even cleaning the garage now.
NiTex gloves has really come in handy and the quality is superb. I will be purchasing more for my husband, mom, family and friends. They also help prevent getting cuts on your hands too. For $3.49 you cant beat that.
NiTex makes many other gloves like the NiTex P-200 and also available in different color choices.
Product DescriptionBelieve us when we say that the NiTex P-200 is the best overall work glove on the market today. Its tight fit provides the tactile sensitivity needed for even the most delicate of tasks while it's revolutionary nitrile-foam coating provides breathbility and long-lasting grip.
It's the glove of choice for all general workers including but not limited to: plumbers, electricians, warehouse employees, construction workers, USPS employees, HVAC workers, and so on.
Need a P-200 but also need to make sure you stay visible? Get a pair of NiTex P-12's and get all the benefits of having a P-200 with the added visibility.
Common applications: the P-200 and P-12 are great general work gloves and have been used in construction, manufacturing, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, automotive, engineering and even quilting. Use them for anything, as long as it is not a high-heat situation.
You will love NiTex gloves just as much as I have.
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