Spear & Jackson Kew Gloves on test

These are a competitively priced gardening glove, selling for around £12. The backs are made of an elasticated spandex fabric, which gives a comfortable, tight fit, but which offers little protection from thorns, or even slight prickles. The leather is thin, which has the advantage of allowing more intricate gardening tasks to be undertaken, but…

The best gardening gloves ever?

I used to hate wearing gardening gloves. You know, the cheap ones. The ones with thick grey suede type leather and huge fingers. The ones you can’t feel a thing through, but which are as effective as tracing paper at stopping thorns! Yes, you know the ones. So, one wet day I decided, If I…