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Tillman Welding Gloves - Super Premium Elkskin 850

Code: 850
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Cyberweld Price: $18.70
Mfg Industrial Price: $26.25
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Tillman Welding Gloves - Super Premium Elkskin 850

14" top grain gold premium elkskin welding glove stays soft even when hot. Welted fingers protect stitching. Reinforced thumb. Foam lined back, unlined palm. Locked stitched with Kevlar® thread for added strength. Sizes S,M,L,XL.

Tillman Reversible Back Hand Pad 556Tillman Reversible Back Hand Pad 556Aluminized Carbon Kevlar® on both sides, gives you twice the heat shielding life of a standard back-hand pad.

Availability: Usually ships the next business day

Code: 556

Mfg Industrial Price: $9.50Cyberweld Price: $6.75

Tillman Back Hand Pad 554Tillman Back Hand Pad 5541 Each - Tillman Back Hand Pad 554

Availability: Usually ships the next business day

Code: 554

Mfg Industrial Price: $7.95Cyberweld Price: $5.70

Tillman Back Hand Pad 550Tillman Back Hand Pad 5501 Each - Tillman Back Hand Pad 550

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Code: 550

Mfg Industrial Price: $5.75Cyberweld Price: $4.10

2 Questions & 2 Answers
Terry Bunkley
from abilene texas asked:
July 3, 2015
Do these gloves come in size 2xl or 3xl
1 Answers
The Tillman Welding Gloves - Super Premium Elkskin 850 come only in sizes S ,M,L,& XL..
Customer Service
on July 6, 2015

from College Station, TX asked:
February 2, 2015
is there any way for me to determine whether my current gloves are lined with nomex or the foam? If I had to guess, I would think they are lined with foam... Thank you for your help!
1 Answers
The Tillman Welding Gloves - Super Premium Elkskin 850 have a foam lined back.. Tillman also makes a 850N which has a Nomex back
Customer Service
on February 2, 2015

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100% Recommend this product (18 of 18 responses)
By Steve
November 3, 2017
Best fitting gloves I've come across. Great dexterity and durability.
By Randy H.
Piedmont, South Dakota
April 9, 2017
Excellent Gloves
Best gloves ever, soft and supple with great dexterity ! I have a number of pairs of these. They fit perfect. Elkskin 850's are the best.
ProsSoft, great dexterity, excellent quality, perfect fit
By Josh
North Carolina
November 19, 2016
Well worth the price
the gloves fit very well, offering a much better feel than the Miller Gloves I've used up until now.
ProsGood heat protection without the bulk of most Stick Gloves.
ConsThe lining of the cuffs slowly came loose at the wrist seam after a week of constant use.
By Judi
July 24, 2016
These are the best gloves for my husband to use. He uses these exclusively.
By James
Gardner, Kansas
May 4, 2016
Stick Welding Gloves
I was told that Tilman gloves are about as good as you can get, I would have to agree with that statement. These gloves are thick where it counts but thin enough to grab an electrode without removing the glove.
By Tom
Ann Arbor, michigan
March 24, 2016
Great gloves
I love these gloves for mig welding. The day I bought a pair, couple years back I couldn't be happier. I will not buy or try any other gloves
ProsThey hold up well and can take a lot of heat for some gloves.
By Bob
Chicago, Illinois
January 27, 2016
Great Feel
These gloves form well to my hand and they are extremely comfortable to wear while I stick weld or TIG! The long cuff is good for protecting your arms!
By Chris
August 27, 2015
Great gloves
Bought these for welding at home and work and they are the best gloves I've ever had comfortable and not stupid thick like most welding gloves
By David
April 28, 2015
Good value
These elkskin gloves have very good resistance to burning and heat shrinkage compared to leather. Exposed repeatedly to high heat and no significant burning or side effects apparent. Fit was tight and the cuff is longer than I'd prefer it to be. Overall design is ok . Wore them for a TIG welding job because I needed gloves that wouldn't get trashed in a short time handling and pressed against hot parts . Dexterity is fair for TIG but 850's really are built for Stick and MIG applications.
ProsBurning and heat shrinkage resistance Dexterity good
ConsCuff length Price is double other similar leather products
By Carolyn
November 28, 2014
Great gloves
They are so comfortable, pliable and hold up well! I use them for welding and I love the fact that if they get scorched, they don't get all hard like the regular cowhide gloves do. Plus, did I say they were SOOOO comfortable? Wow! These are now my new gloves. No others will do!
By M ike
Smoot , WY
October 23, 2014
This product is the best quality I've seen for the price.
By Mike
Long Island, NY
May 29, 2014
Premium welding glove
I have used these gloves before and just purchased this pair as a replacement. I use them for oxyacetylene welding and they allow me the dexterity and protection that I need. The current pair arrived with a defect in 1 glove. I contacted Cyberweld, emailed them a picture, and the same day had a response that a new pair was on its way. No need to even return the defective pair. I was really impressed with the customer service. That is what will keep me ordering from Cyberweld in the future.
By Patrick
United States
April 14, 2014
Great Glove
My favorite 'heavy' glove, I use this on my torch hand for heavy TIG welding, and stick, and high amp mig. The palm is thin enough for easy manipulation of thumb slide and triggers, while the back is really insulating against strong rays, much more so than the 750. An air cooled TIG can get warm, this is not the ideal glove for handling hot metals, but rather for shielding rays while maintaining a close grip. This glove is really really comfortable, I even wear in on the motorcycle on cold nights. Will not shrink from sweat and heat like so many, just a pleasure to wear.
By Jimmy
October 1, 2013
Good gloves
longest lasting pair of stick gloves I have ever owned. 40hr+ a week of nothing but shield down stick/flux core welding. Lasted over a month before I wore a hole in the thumb. A little tape and I wore them for another month before getting another pair. Most gloves I'm lucky to get a week before there in the trash. These gloves also don't harden the first time there around a little heat.
Pros-stays soft -well made -roomy enough to sling off, after a BB falls inside -good heat protection on back of hand -long cuffs, helps protect the forearm
Cons-upfront cost, but they will make up for it in the long run.
By andrew
loveland, colorado
August 1, 2013
tillman arc gloves
These gloves are very comfortable and easy to break in.although they are a bit pricey, I find myself trying other gloves and always resorting back the these.
ProsComfotable and great heat resistance
ConsPricey and fingers wear thin to create holes before the rest of the glove is even close to breaking down. So the longevity is only fair.
By James
Oklahoma City
March 22, 2013
850 Gloves
Great gloves, they have lasted me 2 month without needing to be replaced
ProsGreat protection, Feel
Conswhen they start to wear they tend to streatch alot
By Dave
July 9, 2012
Elkskin 850 welding glove
Anyone reading my review must temper their judgment based on what I use them for. I did not purchase them for welding except on rare occasions, instead I purchased them for handling hot items, and particularly super heated items while "Bar-B-Qing. One day years ago after my cheap grilling gloves had worn away I grabbed my welding gloves to grill and they worked great. Recently, I needed another pair I picked the Tillman 850s for the same reason – grilling. They are softer gloves with great cuff protection, they stay soft and supple even after getting hot and/or wet, allowing one to pick up things like coins easily. But my old gloves although being thicker, stiffer and becoming stiff and hard after super heating and/or getting wet, my older gloves would allow me to hold a super heated grill a while, where the Tillman 850 gloves transfer heat faster and seem thinner. So in summary, if you need OK heat insulation, great fit, comfort and exceptional dexterity, then the Tillman 850s are for you, but if you need to hold really hot stuff for a while, like to move coals or to lift and hold up a grilling grate for a while where dexterity is not that important, but better heat insulation is required, then look for a thicker glove. I hope this helps.
ProsGood looking, great fit, great cuff and lower arm protection, exceptional suppleness and great dexterity, OK heat resistance.
ConsNot much except I wish I could have all the pros with additional heat insulation
By Corbin
Lebanon, OR
May 4, 2012
Have been my faviortes for some time
These gloves are just much more dexterous than the regular cowhide type gloves. And they never harden if they get to hot like the cowhide does. They are just a great fit. Though I am thinking of trying out a pair of bsx 855 this time to see if there is any difference at all. I usually get about 4 months out of my gloves before they finally have to many holes in them to use. Make sure you add a back hand pad to your pair. Otherwise your left or right hand glove will wear out much quicker and the back of your hand will probably get cooked at times. I just started using a backup pair of cowhides I had in store for when my pair of these ran out. Only one day so far and already I am missing the elkskin. I think tillman makes another pair of elksin gloves, the 750 model but cyberweld does not sell them for some reason. With these I would also recommend getting just the regular back pad hand instead of that slightly more expensive one since it lasts about as long as your other glove will be lasting palm wise if you do the frequent little hot potato with the metal like me.
ProsGreat feel Good Protection Stays soft does not harden
ConsSometimes the cuffs come in a a stiff or softer material but it varies from time to time. I prefer the soft rather than the stiff. Little more spendy than the cowhide, but I have spoiled myself to long with these now to go back and be fully content.

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