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I want to prune safely.

If you plan to do pruning, you may get branches and twigs in your face. So wear safety glasses. Planning to work with a hedge trimmer? Always wear ear protection. In wet weather, your equipment and branches will quickly become slippery. Then waterproof, ribbed gardening gloves are handy. Do you want to compost afterwards? Then use composting gloves. Always read and follow the instructions on the packages.

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See which gloves and eye and ear protection will make your pruning work safe and comfortable.


These gloves with a roughened texture provide excellent grip on dry and wet objects. This makes them excellent for pruning and hedge trimming.

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Trimmer Plus

This glove is the perfect combination of good cut/puncture resistance, mobility, fingertip sensitivity and durability. Ideal for pruning and hedge trimming.

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These latex gloves with a slightly roughened texture and cotton lining provide excellent grip on dry and wet objects.

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Knee pads

These knee pads can be inserted into your Comfort Work Trousers.

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Safety glasses

View our wide assortment of safety glasses and choose the one that fits you best.

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Comfort Plus

These practical, foldable plastic earmuffs with patented technology attenuate the frequency range uniformly and allows you to hear sounds quietly but true to nature. It provides the perfect protection at low and medium noise levels.

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