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    BBQ Gloves Recommendation?

    My leather BBQ gloves are getting a bit beat up.

    What do you recommend?

    #2
    I have a pair of Grill Armor gloves. They really can handle picking up briquettes and lump charcoal. They replaced a pair of Grill Beast gloves, which were also very good. I used those Grill Beast gloves until I had finally worn holes in them!

    https://amazingribs.com/grill-beast/

    and

    https://amazingribs.com/tools/heat-r...s/grill-armor/

    I think they are both great and you wouldn't go wrong with either.

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      #3
      Alphonse I bought some nice gloves from SnS grills. About $20, I think. Check online.

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        #4
        I use some welding gloves which work great! Only thing is you can't let them get wet. At least that's the case with mine.

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          #5
          gloves - Pitmaster Club (amazingribs.com)

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            #6
            I bought a pair of Ironcat welding gloves from Home Depot they were $14. It looks like they are currently Out of stock.

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              #7
              Seems like these are spotlighted every day, and Meathead’s reviewer gave them 5 stars: https://amazingribs.com/ratings-revi...tance/gf-8115/ .
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              • IFindZeroBadCooks
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                I have used these gloves for 7 years and they are my favorite !

              #8
              I've had a pair of these for about 3 years and they just need a machine washing every now and again. The wife is always stealing them for use in the house oven. I actually could use another pair. Made by Barbestar on Amazon;

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              When removing hot food however, I usually just wear some nitrile gloves over the cotton heat resistive ones. The gloves above get too nasty if you constantly touch food.

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                I like the Harbor Freight welding gloves for $22.

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                https://www.harborfreight.com/profes...rge-63487.html

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                • bbqLuv
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                  May have to check them out.

                • Attjack
                  Attjack commented
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                  I also have a pair of their cheaper welding gloves which run $5.99. I definitely recommend spending the extra $16.

                #10
                These are excellent https://h2qshop.com/collections/bbq-...t-grill-gloves

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