- Meadow Gray
- Country of Design:
- Country of Manufacture:
- Goat Leather
- Safety Certification:
- EU 2016/425
- Specification Met:
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- Professional beekeeper gloves with supple goat leather hands, ventilated wrists, medium-weight canvas sleeves, and elastic cuffs
- Medium-weight 50% cotton canvas / 50% goat leather composition provides unrivaled protection against bee stings
- Tailored fit with mid-length sleeves, plus elastic cuffs to keep the gloves comfortably in place
- Unisex design for men and women
Professional-grade beekeeping gloves. Designed for comfort. Built to last.
Humble Bee ventilated beekeeping gloves are constructed from premium 50% cotton canvas / 50% goat leather. We raised the bar on quality by using supple goat leather hands, ventilating the wrists for added comfort, and employing medium-weight canvas sleeves. We also added elastic cuffs to keep the gloves perfectly in place.
You're safe with extra strength, best-in-class protection against bee stings
Humble Bee ventilated beekeeping gloves utilize medium-weight canvas sleeves, woven in a special interlocking pattern, that provide superior protection against bee stings. At the same time, the supple goat leather hands make it exceptionally easy to hold your beekeeping tools and manipulate your beehive. With Humble Bee, say goodbye to painful bee stings and hello to extra strength protection and all-day comfort!
Expertly tailored for all male and female body types, from XXS to XXXL
Humble Bee ventilated beekeeping gloves come in a variety of sizes - just like beekeepers do! Simply review our sizing chart in the product images to find the beekeeping gloves that fits you best.
Your purchase makes a difference. Humble Bee donates 10% of earnings to charity.
Humble Bee is committed to helping local beekeepers and protecting bees around the world. That's why we donate 10% of our net profits to not-for-profit organizations that encourage local beekeeping activities and promote bee conservation efforts. Together, we can strengthen bee populations and ensure the art of beekeeping is passed on to future generations.