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Cut resistant glove

post #1 of 6
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I have been experimenting with gloves for meat cutting, being too cheap to spend the $20 they normally cost most places.  Rummaging through Harbor Freight a few weeks ago I came across an item called a "Fillet Glove".  Label states stainless steel and moisture resistant.  Item # 66062. Price about $4.  I have used it three times now, and it seems to be working OK for me.  I am sure it might not be as good as professional quality, but for a budget item it seems to be serving well so far.


I am not a professional meat cutter and I do not represent or endorse Harbor Freight. I just thought that for the price others might be interested.

post #2 of 6

Got a pic?

post #3 of 6

Found this on their website - looks pretty good


Stainless Steel Fillet Glove

Fisherman's Habit 66062 Stainless Steel Fillet Glove

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Stainless Steel Fillet Glove

Item # 66062 Manufacturer: Fisherman's Habit


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Description of Fisherman's Habit 66062

Stainless steel fillet glove for filleting fish, fishing with steel line, handling steel leaders or dressing game.

  • Moisture resistant
  • Securely grips items
  • One size fits all
Overall dimensions: 10" L x 6-1/2" W
Shipping Weight: 0.20 lbs.
post #4 of 6

Thanks Scar. Looks like the kevlar ones I got but stainless. Nice.

post #5 of 6

I used to use those as a a prep cook.  I haven't seen a pair in quite a while and didn't know they were still being made.  They do the job quite well.  I didn't have that exact pair but rather just a pair with the same design. 

post #6 of 6

Good price on those. Used to have to wear them at the hospital I worked at and a latex glove on top of that....talk about sweat...lol....glad I'm not there anymore.

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