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Garden Genie Gloves



Garden Genie is a specialized pair of gardening gloves that protects your hands while performing the tasks of several other common tools.

The gloves are made of a high-tech flexible material that protects you from a variety of potentially harmful factors like thorns, edges, or extreme moisture exposure. They also have built-in claws that provide the abilities related to traditional gardening instruments like hand trowels and rakes.

Makes digging, planting, grading and raking fast and easy. High density plastic claws instantly replace hand tools. Durable and puncture resistant to protect your hands - prevents cuts and blisters.

Specifications:
Dimension: 10.5 x 5.2 x 1.8 inches
Material: Puncture Resistant Material with Rubber Latex & ABS Plastic Claw
Feature: Makes Gardening Easy

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