Gold Suede Work Toggers
Jak wanted to offer a sturdy Togger for everyone’s EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS kit because you just can’t have too many flashlights during severe weather and when the electricity is out or when you may need to help with search and rescue. This work Togger is made of a soft, medium weight, split cow suede with twill and elastic at the wrist and a foam lining for extra warmth. We found that the kids felt more secure with them on while we listened to the storm from the basement.
Of course they are just as useful for roofing, carpentry and construction as they are to farmers working before dawn or ranchers helping to birth calves all night . This is a work glove meant to protect your hands and take abuse.
We suggest you consider these Toggers with lights when you are 'volunteered' to clean out grandma Mabel’s attic or basement, anytime you go camping and must make a midnight latrine hike or to gather wood for the campfire because you didn’t get enough earlier in the day, change tires or walk to the next town for more gas. Keep a pair of these in your car’s glove box, after all, that’s what that compartment was designed for.
The LED lights throw 24 lumens, have a 50,000 hour life expectancy and are powered by 2 lithium CR-2032 batteries, which Jak said "Darn well better be included", so they are.
So have at it, be prepared, get the job done and do it day or night without the flashlight!
Jak makes gloves that DO something, he calls them Toggers.
Be good, do good, explore!