Sometimes it is really hard to keep your gloves in the pocket as they are really bulky, right? You want to keep the gloves but you just want to keep them away from your hands.
Introducing the Glove Grabber, the clips that are specially designed to hold gloves firmly, and the clips can be attached to your pants' belt loop. The Glove Grabber features a 15lb test breakaway connector to reduce the risk of getting hooked onto machinery.
To use, simply clip the small end around your belt loop or directly to your clothing and clip the large end to your gloves. Use the Glove Grabber to keep up with towels, earmuffs, and other PPE equipment, children’s mittens, snow hats and more! Use it while camping to hang things from tents, trees, or wherever you can clip it to.
The new interlock belt clip is considerably more secure and prevents loss which can happen with conventional dual clips.
Easy and convenient to use and durable in use.
This glove clip uses ergonomic design, which you can open or buckle at any time, making it easier to use.
It is very wear-resistant and corrosive resistance.
I'm extremely satisfied with my purchase. My team at work and I love the quality of this product. Hard plastic and well made.
Never loose your gloves again with this super cute holder
Perfect accessory to hang my work gloves!
Bruce D Benson
Holds gloves and takes a beating.
As somebody who has lost lost enough gloves to fill half a drawer, I had high hopes for these. I was not disappointed. They can grip a pair of gloves (so you don't need a pair of them), are surprisingly grippy, and heavy duty construction. Been using them for work gloves and don't know how I got along without them.
Strangely sturdy and has worked well. I have two and wwar one or the other daily
I already had three of these but I keep a clip on every pair of gloves I own, so I bought more. I have seprate gloves for chemicals, grunt work, and just keeping my hands warm. I know where every pair is at and you can clip different pairs to your jacket, and switch them depending on the pair you need at the moment. I hate it when I stick my gloves in my back pocket, because I need my hands free at the time, and finish with that task only to find out I only have one glove.