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Fingerless Gloves for Nimble Winter Gardeners

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Fingerless Gloves for Nimble Winter Gardeners

Michelle Slatalla January 04, 2013

Fingerless gloves, the gardener’s best friend in winter:

Also a hiker’s best friend. I wore a similar pair last week (see “Hike of the Week: 7 Miles to Stinson Beach, CA“) and am happy to report I had full finger dexterity when unwrapping my tuna sandwich and various trail snacks.

Above: A pair of brown Fingerless Gloves made of a wool and nylon blend have elasticized wristbands to keep out the cold; available in three sizes, the gloves are $12 from Brook Farm General Store.

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