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Somehow I have lost the best pair of gloves I ever had. Ive been riding 40 years, this is a big loss to me.

They were a pair of no name, cowhide, unlined, gauntlet gloves. Pretty stiff, but fit me like a glove, covered the cuff on my jacket, but weren't to long or to short. The best part, other than the fit was that I only paid about $20 for them.

I thought that I bought them from leatherup.com back around 2008-2009, but I cant find a record of the transaction.

Any suggestions on a source for replacements?
 

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Heated gloves I have a pair of Widders, like new. Never worn. I don't need them here. Widder is no longer in business, but controllers & wireing are still available. I have the wireing & off - on switch. So, if any one is interested, contact me. Send me your email address & I'll send pictures. $25.00 or $30.00 priority and they are yours. Have a great Thanksgivings. Dave
 

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I picked up a pair of insulated leather gloves from The Leatherman over in Eastman for about $20. They suite me just fine.
 

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I swear by my 1/2 finger deerskin gloves. Extremely comfortable, cool, soft, & always a tight grip.
 

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I need to have some repairs done to my chaps, so we are thinking about heading to Eastman tomorrow if the weather cooperates.
 

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There are a lot of good glove manufacturers out there today. A lot depends on whether you want to match the glove to the season (temperature) of if you just want a good leather glove. There are some really good synthetic/leather gloves too.

In the summer I wear Speed & Strength Trial by Fire vented glove. In the winter I wear Gerbing heated Gloves or a pair of Sliders insulated gloves if it is not really cold.

Leather Up has a lot of gloves so does Revzilla and Competetion Accessories.

My favorites are Fox Creek Leather

https://www.foxcreekleather.com/

and Lee Parks

Lee Parks Design

Pete

Somehow I have lost the best pair of gloves I ever had. Ive been riding 40 years, this is a big loss to me.

They were a pair of no name, cowhide, unlined, gauntlet gloves. Pretty stiff, but fit me like a glove, covered the cuff on my jacket, but weren't to long or to short. The best part, other than the fit was that I only paid about $20 for them.

I thought that I bought them from leatherup.com back around 2008-2009, but I cant find a record of the transaction.

Any suggestions on a source for replacements?
 
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