The Milwaukee fingerless gloves aren’t all-purpose gloves like some of the others we’ve tested this week. While they’ll provide good abrasion and vibration protection if you’re using power tools or moving lumber, they’re not intended for — and aren’t worth a damn at — general automotive work.
Their overall score on our Toolmonger test matrix was a healthy 3.75 out of 5. But with a street price of $18, you’d better be sure that their specific brand of protection is what you need. Of course you could always cut the fingers off an old ratty pair of regular gloves as well.