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Good leather work gloves? #15138603 08/15/20
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Any recommendations for leather work gloves that will hold up? Not the thin Mechanix type, but nothing so thick and heavy that there's no dexterity.

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Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Triggernosis] #15139101 08/15/20
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The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


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Originally Posted by ironbender
The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


Do you zip up your shoes too?

Gloves are a disposable wear item.

Goatskin.

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Kinco last the longest.
Tony Lamas fit the best.
Next pair will be Tony's

Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Triggernosis] #15139248 08/15/20
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I get mine from a welding supply house. About $6 /pair, leather. They holdup fairly well. Try using a farriers rasp with a leather glove and see how long they last. I wear out about two pair every summer, one in hunting season and one in the winter. I will have to check the catalog tomorrow that is down in the shop to get the name of the supplier


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Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Triggernosis] #15139266 08/15/20
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Kincos, China of course.


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Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Triggernosis] #15139277 08/15/20
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Its very simple.

Just go to Equity CoOp in Malta Montana and ask for the goat skin work gloves.

Easy.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Originally Posted by ironbender
The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


Do you zip up your shoes too?

Gloves are a disposable wear item.

Goatskin.


No, Jim. I have Velcro!

Agree on dispo gloves. The oil gives them a bit more flex and gription. Don’t like gloves slipping on a shovel or similar.


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Golden Stag Work Gloves with reinforced palm, thumb, and trigger finger. They are 18.00 a pair at the Co-op but the fit great and generally last until i leave them on the bumper or something stupid.

Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Jim_Conrad] #15139357 08/15/20
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Its very simple.

Just go to Equity CoOp in Malta Montana and ask for the goat skin work gloves.

Easy.








Goatskin driver gloves on eBay.


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Like tires, all a tradeoff.


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Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Triggernosis] #15139382 08/15/20
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Great year round work glove.

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I'm wearing Tilman 1414


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Pig skin or goat skin if I can find 'em.


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I know it's not what you asked but Milwaukee makes a great cut level 1 work glove and they have great dexterity. My boy bought them for me and I have since dropped the leather gloves


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Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: ironbender] #15139525 08/15/20
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Originally Posted by ironbender
The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


I bought some of those. I didn't care for the fit. Poor dexterity. Ok for rough work I guess.


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Originally Posted by NVhntr
Originally Posted by ironbender
The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


I bought some of those. I didn't care for the fit. Poor dexterity. Ok for rough work I guess.


Haha! Get you some IsoToners for your soft hands then!

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Must places don’t carry Giant sized leather gloves.

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Originally Posted by viking
Must places don’t carry Giant sized leather gloves.


Once in a while a store will have them. Not often though.

Re: Good leather work gloves? [Re: Jim_Conrad] #15139574 08/15/20
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Originally Posted by NVhntr
Originally Posted by ironbender
The 3-pack of leather work gloves from Costco have served me well.

If you beeswax them, they’re a bitch to break in!

Lexol or neets oil.


I bought some of those. I didn't care for the fit. Poor dexterity. Ok for rough work I guess.


Haha! Get you some IsoToners for your soft hands then!


Maybe I should have rubbed some of that Oberdork schidt or a Hershey bar on them, softened them up.
I had calluses .....once.


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