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post #166 of 489
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
^ Yes.

A slightly better and easier alternative to tracing it out with a pen would be to scan your hand with the scanner set to black/white (as opposed to greytone or colour). Remember to scan a ruler as well at the same time in case the scanner 'scales' your scanned image.

This method is IMO better as the exact silhouette of your hand is captured, not a slightly 'looser' version (as pen tracings are wont to end up as).

What was the turnaround on these?
post #167 of 489
^ 3 weeks, including shipping to Svvvveeeeeeee-den.
post #168 of 489
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
^ Yes.

A slightly better and easier alternative to tracing it out with a pen would be to scan your hand with the scanner set to black/white (as opposed to greytone or colour). Remember to scan a ruler as well at the same time in case the scanner 'scales' your scanned image.

This method is IMO better as the exact silhouette of your hand is captured, not a slightly 'looser' version (as pen tracings are wont to end up as).

Very good stuff, apro. Thank you and enjoy those sweet looking gloves.
post #169 of 489
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^ 3 weeks, including shipping to Svvvveeeeeeee-den.

What colour are they in? I also have a hard time visualising their colours given on the website.
post #170 of 489
Picked up these within the last week

post #171 of 489
Both look great! Where did you get them? Which brand is it?

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Picked up these within the last week

post #172 of 489
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Originally Posted by CashmereLover View Post
Both look great! Where did you get them? Which brand is it?

Thanks.

Got them at Danier Leather (Canadian leather brand). They're on sale now, $39 each.
post #173 of 489
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Picked up these within the last week


first the SCs, now these. stop bragging.

post the deets of the gloves - what type of leather and lining.
post #174 of 489
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Originally Posted by Robes of Executiveness View Post
Not a lover of that type of seam stitch - too blocky/bulgy. I got my chamois CJs today, and they have that type. I prefer the invisible seam stitch for a rounded/smooth look. Partially my fault since I did a half/half order or Paris style with shorter wrist of the Francis. But what I got was Francis stitching and wrist. The chamois feels fantastic and soft though. I'll post pics later
Same here. I don't like glove stitching where the edges are exposed. I saw a pair at Saks (retail $200) and it looked like two sheets of leather hastily put together. I like the smoother "inseam" stitching..
post #175 of 489
Bought some Meier-Bruecher Paris gloves a few days ago.
Have to post pics, they're teh shit.
post #176 of 489
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
first the SCs, now these. stop bragging.

post the deets of the gloves - what type of leather and lining.

LOL.

They're shearling. No clue about the lining to be honest..
post #177 of 489
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
LOL.

They're shearling. No clue about the lining to be honest..

isnt sherling teh lining?

and seriously trini,
post #178 of 489
I thought shearling was "the whole package"; outside+lining.
post #179 of 489
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isnt sherling teh lining?

and seriously trini,

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Originally Posted by CashmereLover View Post
I thought shearling was "the whole package"; outside+lining.

I think CashmereLover is correct - the content label just says 'Shearling' so that includes both outside and lining.
post #180 of 489
Well reading the thread got me thinking about ordering a nice pair of light coloured gloves from Chester Jefferies, or perhaps a pair of the peccary ones on eBay. Then I went out this morning, and happened to find these in a vintage clothing store - NOS buckskin gloves by 'Webbs', made in England with black handstitching and the little triangular darts on the fingers. The best part is they cost me about 15% of what Chester Jefferies would have charged!

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