Best Gloves? Let’s find out! Milwaukee, Ironclad, Mechanix, Carhartt

4. april. 2021
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Which gloves are best? Let’s find out! Brands tested: Ironclad, Mechanix, Carhartt, Amazon Basics, VGO, Endura, Milwaukee, Wells Lamont, and PVC dotted gloves. Gloves tested for puncture, abrasion resistance (wear), impact protection, cut resistance, and grip. I purchased all of the gloves tested and never accept sponsorships.
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➡ Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order):
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Mechanix: amzn.to/3d5yVXC
Amazon Basics: amzn.to/3cqOuKz
VGO: amzn.to/2P5JS3O
Carhartt: amzn.to/3splpVn
Endura: amzn.to/3svR1J4
Wells Lamont: amzn.to/31q8l6i
PVC Dotted Gloves: amzn.to/3fmoRfB
West Chester: amzn.to/3cuKrwN
Milwaukee: www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-Large-Level-5-Cut-Resistant-Goatskin-Leather-Impact-Gloves-48-22-8782/312870134
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  • Another awesome product test, Thanks

    Mike LaDucaMike LaDuca7 timer siden
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  • The Milwaukee gloves are out of stock...Everywhere. They have a Level 3 protection glove. I just wish he had tested them, because they are available everywhere. Who knows how well they would have tested. Dang

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  • Video idea: Best garden shears/pruners?

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  • Ironclad is a surprisingly good buy for the money. Mechanix I figured would hold up a month or two maybe of regular light work at a retail place, nope, Ironclad lasted the month and then on to daily farm work and they still are holding together. The first pair had some finger hole wear issues that the second pair does not so I think that was a fluke, the only somewhat failure point so far has been the stitching on the thumb and mainly index finger and again that was present on the first pair, not this second pair I have now so it leads me to believe the first had simply been made on a monday morning which most of us can relate to. My model: Ironclad Boxhandler In summary, Ironclad: good for the money, surprisingly durable, good grip, comfortable and would buy again.

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  • Where are the Hex armors?!

    Michael ByersMichael Byers12 timer siden
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  • What type of Milwaukee gloves whare they

    Alan MoisesAlan Moises16 timer siden
  • Wow i did not kow carhartt and ironclad made from indonesia. good to know

    Azka Adriansyah MulyaAzka Adriansyah Mulya17 timer siden
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  • What if you test the same glove multiple times with the wood. How consistent are the results?

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  • Just commenting to support. You never fail to disappoint

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  • comment

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  • Great tests always. But can you talk faster? 😂😂

    WhoDatDad FishfoolWhoDatDad Fishfool20 timer siden
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  • Enduras are great, working for a massive crane co, endura is our go to

    valon18valon1821 time siden
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  • you should do this sort of testing with motorcycle gloves, especially ones with palm sliders and kevlar.

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  • Best channel ever!

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  • Great channel! Who knew watching all of these products get tested could be so much fun

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  • I've worked in those Mechanix Impact gloves in rough industrial environments for years, I'm surprised they didn't do so well.

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  • I would love to see a fuel injector cleaner test. The type that you put in your gas tank to "clean" and "boost mpg."

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    • @Project Farm thank you for the work you do! Love the channel

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  • Hey do flex tools ,ha ha I know you will can't wait

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  • What Milwaukee gloves exactly?

    chuff_chaser 11chuff_chaser 11Dag siden
  • Doing a final tally of the data like at 15:25 is perfect. I would add this to ALL future videos. Thank ya sir ✊

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    • Awesome, thank you!

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  • We use the PVC dots at work.. they suck! Have you ever tried the yellow variant? They apparently have Kevlar woven in them. Great video as always!!

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  • Project Farm - putting other third party and "independent" testing bodies to absolute shame.

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  • I go through a lot of shoe laces at work and hate rethreading new ones. I’ve even tried paracord. wouldn’t mind seeing a comparison video on popular laces

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  • VGO gang

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  • Superb channel.

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  • I stopped buying leather gloves and have switched to rubberized palm gloves from harbor freight.....$2/pr. they last longer than leather gloves when handling firewood and provide a good grip. when they eventually wear a hole.....they were only $2....break out another pair. I usually get a good month's use out of a pair......and they do get a lot of use in the woods.

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  • The first test with a wooden rod is not accurate. The rod made from the same wood can have different resistance to impact, regarding the part of the tree it's made. But still thanks for your videos, always enjoy them. :)

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    • Thanks! Thanks for the constructive feedback.

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  • I absolutely love the spring loaded testing device. Way to bring some humor but still have an accurate test. Well Done Sir 👏

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  • Aside from awesome and timely test to pop up on my feed, I just have to say this... "Coil spring test device" Bahahaha!

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  • Great video

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  • Almost any test that includes Milwaukee nowadays, I automatically assume they're either going to finish 1st or 2nd. Another high quality test!

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  • Have you ever tested those nylon abrasive wheels (used with a drill) for removing rust etc.?

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  • Milwaukee is number one in every aspect

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  • Idk about your drip test when would you ever grip anything like that unless it feel inbetween your seat and the center console lol

    cope wranglercope wrangler2 dager siden
  • Proof again milwaki and makita for the price are usually the best in every aspect for any tool for weekend warriors and professionals. IMO.......

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  • Incredible! I had no idea a lot of these other glove brands were better than the mechanix! I gotta get me those Milwaukees! I also would love to see how good they hold up against heat/fire/welding resistance!

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  • Me an indonesian: tf are these brands?

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  • Awesome content

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  • I think Oakley gloves should have been on here too

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  • Never would have imagined this winner lol. Great work!

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  • Wow I'm really impressed with those Milwaukee gloves!

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  • Love the creative ways you come up with to test stuff! I missed one thing tho; How do they fit and feel, how's the ''move ability'' / ''usability '' of the fingers etc.. ( I know that can be a ''personal preference thing'' but still)

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  • The ironclad brand also is the most uncomfortable I've ever used. No dexterity and stiff. Some of the most durable in my experience is craftsman and the tractor supply coredura500 gloves. Kinda a random selection of gloves though.

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  • Hey, I don't know if you have a Ross store close by they have some great gloves usually in the $3.99 - $10.99 range. Gas Monkey Garage, Mechcanix and some other brands I've never heard of that have plastic reinforcement plates etc. You should take a look. They have a small auto section and they have some automotive tools I'd love to see go through some testing. Let me know if you're interested. I'd be happy to grab an item for testing and mail it.

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  • great video, gloves are one thing I use a lot of for work and have tried many, haven't seen milwaukee around here though but I will look for them. Stihl leather gloves and the mechanix have done well for me so far.

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  • .....thought my mpact gloves were decent spent 30 bucks on em at walmart but guess not

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  • Now, please do gloves made in USA only...

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  • A heat/flame resistance test would be very useful for welders and plumbers.

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  • The thing that I've grasped from all your videos so far is that Milwaukee is a pretty safe bet

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  • “Let’s get a control with a dowel and a steal trap.” Somewhere someone in a lab coat wept with envy.

    Christopher WatermanChristopher Waterman3 dager siden
  • How about testing the pnut valves under the sink. Those damn things become impossible to turn without breaking, when they do turn, they rarely stop the water flow. Your test will be really hard to run because it takes a long time for the valve to age for failure... maybe gather old, used valves from a plumber buddy, i dunno.

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    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • Added value in amazon basics gloves is purchasing them supports slave labor and a human chain of suffering that extends all the way to the drivers pissing in bottles who deliver them.

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  • Still waiting for a “canned gas” review, true fuel , stihl, and others vs 91 octane 2 stroke self mix. Are the caned fuels better then pump gas!

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  • Or....you can get the $5 Hardy gloves from Harbor Freight.

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  • gloves. You found a way, like you always seem to do!

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  • Do I need gloves?.... not really. Did I watch this entire video?.... hell yeah!

    Karla MuñozKarla Muñoz3 dager siden
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  • I'll be buying the Milwaukee, looks like

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  • I'd like to see some tig gloves paired against these gloves. Tillman 1414 or 1415. Cheap gloves but I'd like to see how they fair in the tests

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  • from the island of BALI Indonesia watching ..

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  • The best gloves are the free ones you pinch from the store room 😂

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  • I have been using the southwire brand gloves and love em. You should try those out

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  • I can only imagine how much time and planning each video takes. You sir are amazing, keep up the great work.

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  • Coil spring test device... BUA-HA-HA-HA!!! Just today my son told me that in wood shop, knives are now referred to as 'wood shop tools' so that nobody gets in trouble for having a knife in school. He's going to fall over laughing when I tell him why I'm going out trapping with a coil-spring-test-device. :D

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    • lol

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  • Using welding gloves for weed pulling and dealing with spiky citrus trees is a lifesaver. The thorns on my lemon tree get to 2-inches long but the worst are the small, hard to notice ones that you squeeze not knowing they are there. They are obviously bulky and thick so I would limit their use but I recommend using them for situations like I described.

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  • I won't say that i don't care about the damage, but it seems to be painful as f**k with or without gloves, haha

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  • really love this channel to get rid of scammer in the industry...

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    • Great test!

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  • Great video, thank you!

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  • If there's ever the opportunity, I'd be curious to see a motorcycle glove or two thrown in the mix. Very interesting!

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  • Vgo budget winner

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  • Next time I need to rip some seams I’ll be sure to use a drill press for maximum rippage

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  • I still find it difficult that someone like this guy actually exist? This guy is a national treasure and the real myth- buster!🤜🤛

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  • 👍🇦🇺🦘excellent companion well done.

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  • Great test!

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  • So rabbit traps are glove testers :-). I wonder how many people can recognise them.

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  • Excellent work! I love how many different tests you come up with for these random tests. Keep up the good work!

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  • You should test Maxima Castor 927 vs Klotz R-50 2 Stroke oil. Find out which Racing 2 stroke oil is better Synthetic vs Castor Based.

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  • First comparison I've been disappointed with. No test of grip or dexterity, and skipped the cheap $6/10 pair nitrile gloves that I use the heck out of

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  • How about an episode comparing manual staple guns? I just tried to staple carpet with a Harbor Freight one, and I threw it out. Before I was done.

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  • I've literally waited a year to see this after constantly suggesting it for a while.

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  • I work in a lumberyard and I wear leather welding gloves with Kevlar lining and they have saved my hands from many a splinter

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  • I love the creative tests that you come up with to try to quantify which product is better. When I first saw the video title, I wondered how on earth could you test something like gloves. You found a way, like you always seem to do!

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  • Those Westchester impact gloves are trash. I blew my finger tip up in one. Slammed between a wheel valve handle and a 3" high pressure low torque valve.

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    • Wow! Sorry to hear!

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  • I'd really like to see nitrile gloves tested next!

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  • I love your channel, it may be one of the most useful channels on NOworld. Everything about this video is perfect. EXCEPT Why are you cramming that Metric shit down our throats? What the Hell is wrong with you? Many years ago Chrysler, Ford and General Motors took our beloved bolts and nuts away from us and every mechanic in America had to buy metric tools so that the European market wouldn't be inconvenienced. Before that they began to measure our engine displacement in liters instead of cubic inches. We said What the Hell is a freakin liter? So then they put our pop in 2 liter jugs and said that is what a liter looks like. Then they changed our tire sizes to metric. Back in the 70's Chevy trucks had the gas filler on the passenger side, WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT ABOUT? Well it was for people that drive on the other side of the road, of course. And now I come here and you are going to measure a dent in a stick in MILLIMETERS? What in the Hell is wrong with your brain? Especially at a time when China is doing all this crap. It is time for more AMERICAN PATRIOTISM!!! Not more foreign brainwashing. I would certainly like to hear your answer. The rest of you give me a thumbs up if you agree with me, if not then give me a thumbs down. Art

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  • Do wire strippers and test how accurate the wire gauges are

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  • thank you

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  • Great video do you have any videos on garden gloves I'm debating on getting Falco gloves for my roses

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  • In the warmer part of season, I like to combine a UHMWPE inner glove with a good quality leather glove on the outside. In the cooler seasons, a kevlar inner glove and good quality leather glove on the outside works better. The leather provides puncture resistance, and the Kevlar and especially UHMWPE are very cut and abrasion resistant. What's nice about highly oriented UHMWPE material is that it is very thermally conductive--comparable to some metals! It really does help to keep things a bit cooler while wearing two layers. Kevlar is fairly low thermally conductive, and has an interesting property that when the fibers are exposed to water/moisture, they actually shrink a bit rather than swell up like a lot of other fibers. That's part of the reason why cotton is said to "kill" in the winter when it gets wet. When cotton gets wet, the fibers swell up and you lose the space between which was trapping the air and providing the huge majority of insulation (the stilled air). It also takes a long time to dry compared to most other materials. With kevlar, it might actually slightly increase the insulation in that regard (though the water itself would be conducting away heat energy anyways if wet enough).

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  • Need to buy Milwaukee one :)

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  • Should try this same stress testing with biker gloves. Harley, Klim etc.. Plus some are water proof and resistant. Makes me wonder which could handle labor.

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  • 1mm is about the width of the lead in a number 2 pencil

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  • Most of these brands offer gloves at a variety of cut levels and thickness, so consider that over brand. But this video does make a strong argument for goat skin and kevlar for different reasons.

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  • This was something that I've been needing and wanting! Sadly... i have to wait for the ones i want to come back into stock (the Milwaukee brand in a size Medium). Thanks for doing this test! Love what you do and represent!

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  • I was pulling a loose piece of tile out from under trim and my grip slipped and cut right through my mechanix mpact gloves. Saved my finger a lot more damage than it would have gotten. I think mechanix gloves fit very well and that’s why the military uses them, so maybe that’s why they’re so popular? Personally fit is a huge deal to me so that I can be safe but also effiecient

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  • the only thing missing is the cut resistant knit with pvc or latex dipped palms

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  • Can you do a video on adhesive remover

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  • please test dexterity

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  • I wonder how the mcr pd4900s would do on this test. I just picked some up and am curious as to how they hold up against the competition.

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  • So impressed youre all metric, that so awesome. Also measuring wood in hundreds lol :D

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    • @Project Farm no you got it wrong: thank YOU! :)

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  • Can we get a test of kitchen trash bags? -signed a guy who's about to clean the kitchen floor after another darn bag broke open

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