Until now I was wearing inexpensive cowhide gloves on cloth gloves of urethane coat. I thought that it was ideal for the treatment of grass with grasshopper, but the cow leather made no complaints because there was no slip countermeasure. In the future we will stop making the cowhide skin, in place we decide to put the cloth gloves of the slip stop coat on top. This improved the grasping feeling and even the dynamic posture of the work changed and improved. One disadvantage is that grass with spangs is somewhat resistant. On the other hand, it is not easy to grasp with a thick object, so it hinders fine work. So I will use this item on the upper side of double gloves this time. It is better to have a finger a bit thicker, but it will be a luxury. I will try to use it for a while. It is also planned to unify with nitrile-coated gloves for oil and gasoline resistance.