Nan Sterman
Tue, 17 Mar 2020 08:55:29 PDT
You might look at gold leaf soft touch gloves.  They are kid skin I think and amazing. I am not a glove person but these are truly wonderful.  

> On Mar 17, 2020, at 8:48 AM, Sylvia Sykora <> wrote:
> I agree the Atlas nitrile gloves probably cover the hands of most gardeners these days but their one failing for me is the thin, fabric mesh back.  Even doing routine garden work with these gloves leaves the back of my hands vulnerable.  The best gloves I’ve ever found were made by Rostaing.  They were leather, but very soft and pliable and came in women’s sizes so I could use them for very delicate work.  No longer available, for some reason.  I now cut off the fingers of my old Atlas gloves and wear them back to front over a new pair to protect the back of my hands.  Might anyone have a source for Rostaing?
> Sylvia Sykora (confined to quarters by yesterday’s emergency Shelter in Place announcement)
> Oakland, CA
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