Anti-Vibration Gloves

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Increase comfort when working with handheld machines with these anti-vibration gloves.

Product Description

Reduce the vibration from handheld machines with anti-vibration gloves from STIHL. The palms and fingers are specially designed to absorb vibration energy, helping you stay steady throughout your workday.

Classifications: Meets anti-vibration standard ISO 10819:1996 and ANSI S2.73.

-TRm at .72 for mid-frequency range
-TRh at .55 for high-frequency range

Materials: 7-gauge knit shell, shock-absorbing material and elastic wrist
Available sizes: L, XL



Important Information

WARNING! Improper use of any power tool may cause serious or fatal injury. Read, understand and follow carefully the operating and safety instructions in your instruction manual before using such products.

STIHL products sold through U.S. STIHL Dealers are for distribution in the United States only.


Anti-Vibration Gloves is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for intended purpose I was tired of having numb hands after doing the yard, so I researched who made anti vibration gloves. I saw that Stihl made some and went and picked them up at a local dealer. I can't comment on their long term durability seeing as I just got them today, but what I can tell you is that they work! After mowing I had no numbness or tingling and then after weed-eating and edging I had very little tingling. It was pretty warm today (96) and I didn't hardly notice them, so they work well in the heat.As others have stated, these are not intended to be regular work gloves. It would be a good idea to have normal work gloves as well. However, they work great while running a machine when you don't need fine trigger control.
Date published: 2019-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from CONDITIONAL Recommendation! I tried these on, but did not make the purchase for this reason...the flexibility of the knuckles & excess padding at the fingertips would make it difficult to finely nuance the throttle trigger of my FS-460 C-EM K & FS-560 C-EM Brushcutters/Clearing Saws. I find a lot of cutting situations where I need that "fine tuning" throttle capability which these gloves would inhibit. They are pretty stiff.However, if this is not bothersome in your application...give them a try! I have had carpal tunnel surgery before, so I understand where those of you out there may have more of a need for big-time vibration reduction than I do. I can imagine they would be helpful for those with shoulder rotator-cuff issues as well.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect to dampen vibration to hands These are not "work gloves" per se. You use them as you would use oven mitts to pull something hot out of the oven so you don't burn yourself - but to insulate your hands from the vibration of the machine you're using. I've used these with the monster 560 brush cutter for a couple of years and they are worth every penny. They've been durable and cool enough to wear in the summer. Only wear them when your operating the machine. Use other gloves for grabbing wood or tools. Great for using brush cutters for extended periods.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dulls Vibrations I use these with a 20yr old Homelite string trimmer, and they do reduce felt vibration. I have found that it is necessary to start the trimmer with the gloves off, because I am unable to operate the fuel bulb or the choke lever with the anti-vibe padding. (The controls on the Homelite are small and could be configured a lot better). I recommend these gloves because they do what they say; however, if I were to re-design them I would leave the anti-vibe padding off of the trigger finger.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from this is the worse pair of gloves I have ever owned They are difficult to work with,it is hard to use to grab and handle logs.I only use still gloves and I will not buy these again.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No more aches and pain Not the prettiest glove out there, but gets the job done with less hand fatigue and pain.The glove material allows breathability so you don't sweat too much. The palm pads allows enough spacing to be able to grip the tool you are working on. Dexterity is enough to move a slide control, squeeze a throttle trigger, set a choke knob and of course pull the starter grip. Pressing on a fuel pump bulb can be awkward since you can't feel too much pressure on your finger tips, but takes time and experience.Overall, I'm glad I got these gloves despite looking like the tire guy. In the past, my hands ached after yard work using the Stihl 130R with the edger attachment. It has much vibrations and made my hands ache and cramp. In my opinion, these gloves work better than other anti-vibration gloves.
Date published: 2013-05-28
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