Are you ready? You're going to want to write this down.
If you purchase more than one pair of work gloves,
be sure that each set is a different color.
What's that you ask? Why is this so important?
Let me paint an entirely theoretical scenario for you. Say you have an early morning woodworking class to attend. You have to feed the kids breakfast, dress them for karate, wrap a birthday present, pack them another set of clothes for the party and drop them off at Granny's house. All of this is in addition to somehow getting yourself ready as well.
You run to the basement (because I.... achem, I mean, a purely fictional person is already 15 minutes late) to grab your class supplies: safety glasses, hearing protection and gloves.
You finally arrive at the woodworking class, quite smug that you have pulled it all together and gotten there in one piece. Excited to start the project, you pull out your supplies, look down, and....
And THAT, my friends, is why - should you purchase more than one set of work gloves - be sure that each pair is a different, easily recognizable color.
You'll thank me for this someday, I promise.