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I’m looking for the best choice for a woodcarvers glove. I sliced my finger last night and that was the cue to get a glove! I’ve looked at a number of them online and was curious if anyone has good or bad thoughts on them.

-- jerry

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#1 posted 819 days ago

I usually get mine at Woodcarver’s Supply. I’ve not had to buy one in a few years and don’t know if they still carry them.

-- Bruce

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#2 posted 818 days ago

I have this one:

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#3 posted 818 days ago

I sharpen for pay (no carving as yet), so I bought a pair of Kevlar knit gloves. Not puncture protection, but they work well for the basics.


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