3092-XXS (5)

ThornArmor® 3092

Size guide
    1. Interior glove features 3 layers of SuperFabric® brand material
    2. TP-X® palm material
    3. Breathable HexVent® panels on the back-of-hand
    4. Airprene cuff and Velcro® closure
    5. Reinforced fingertips
    6. Launderable
  • The ThornArmor® 3092 was designed with 3 layers of SuperFabric® brand material on the interior palm, so you can confidently handle cactus, evergreens, roses, palms, and other thorny bushes. Featuring our breathable, back-of-hand HexVent® panel to help keep hands cool, even when you’re out in the sun all day, and a synthetic palm material that improves grip, and allows debris to be easily brushed off.  Providing a combination of durability, dexterity, and safety that is unmatched.
    1. Cut Resistance: ANSI/ISEA level A9
    2. Puncture Resistance: ANSI/ISEA level 4
    3. Needlestick Resistance: ANSI/ISEA level 5

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    Brant P.
    United States United States

    Means business on the palms, weak spots are the back

    This is my third pair of HexArmor gloves after someone who worked in a factory gave me a pair back in 2012. I use them for pulling non-native species that grow in invasive thickets and usually have thorns. This pair was excellent on the palms and had no issues, but the back really needs at least one basic level of protection. Worked for 1 hour and already have some threads pulled on the back of the hands and got some painful pokes. I'll keep using them, I just gave to think a little more about what's going where when grabbing some thorns.


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    We appreciate your feedback, Brant. We will be sure to pass along your comments to our product team.

    Billy K.
    United States United States


    As a gardener in Arizona, these sounded good. The palms are fine, but the protection on the back. of the glove is virtually non-existent. As another review stated the fine nettles of cactus come through, and they are still there when you put the gloves on again. I have had two pairs of Steeleather Hexarmor gloves which are far superior, and give much better protection. It is hard to work with just the palm of your hand.

    United States United States

    Homeowner in Tucson

    These gloves are my second pair, and they are best I've used so far for moving and cutting back cactus. The only caveat I've discovered are where the protective layers are seamed to the rest of the glove. Some cacti have the large, and the tiny fine spines, and they can easily find their way through the glove's seam to one's fingers. It would be nice if the armored layer would wrap about halfway between the bottom and top of the fingers. Other than that, ThornArmor gloves are the best when working with thorny, or spiny, plants.

    Dave K.
    United States United States

    Best work glove I've ever used.

    Great glove for handling cactus in Arizona. I only hope I can get more of them in my size.

    Elizabeth B.
    United States United States

    Back of hands left vulnerable to spikes

    I got these gloves protect my hands while combating the invasive blackberries that bedevil my yard. These plants have extremely gnarly thorns and form impenetrable bramble thickets. The palms do a great job, but I can't reach into a mess of these plants wearing these gloves without getting spiked on the back of my hands, rendering them largely useless. If these gloves were made entirely of the palm material, they would be perfect, but they don't work well for my use case as they are right now.


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