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post #331 of 521
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Originally Posted by blazingazn View Post

you can buy peccary gloves here:
http://paularun.gostorego.com/

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post #332 of 521
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post


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That's weird it worked yesterday.

post #333 of 521
Madova vs Merola vs Dents

Experiences, preferences?
post #334 of 521

Have all 3*, imo:

 

Quality

1. Dents

2. Merola

3. Madova

 

Value

1. Madova

2. Dents

3. Merola

 

*Straight capeskin leather, their peccary offerings may differ. Chester Jefferies is a good source as well.

post #335 of 521
Quality
1. Dents

Value
1.Dents for 50% off

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post #336 of 521

This is awesome. Thank you.

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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Have all 3*, imo:

 

Quality

1. Dents

2. Merola

3. Madova

 

Value

1. Madova

2. Dents

3. Merola

 

*Straight capeskin leather, their peccary offerings may differ. Chester Jefferies is a good source as well.

post #337 of 521
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Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post

Have all 3*, imo:

Quality
1. Dents
2. Merola
3. Madova

Value
1. Madova
2. Dents
3. Merola

*Straight capeskin leather, their peccary offerings may differ. Chester Jefferies is a good source as well.
Thanks. I'm mostly looking for unlined, non-peccary ones. With back of the hand stitching, so Dents' Skyfall ones won't do.

Something like the ones below, I got in Naples some 3 years ago:

Deer (Click to show)
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but in darker brown and black.
post #338 of 521
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Thanks. I'm mostly looking for unlined, non-peccary ones. With back of the hand stitching, so Dents' Skyfall ones won't do.
Something like the ones below, I got in Naples some 3 years ago: Deer (Click to show)
As9gc.jpg
but in darker brown and black.
great gloves.
post #339 of 521
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Originally Posted by blazingazn View Post

you can buy peccary gloves here:
http://paularun.gostorego.com/

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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Yes, all PR gloves are hand-stitched and cut. Lined gloves have lovely, soft alpaca wool. The workmanship is there, but delivery times may drag. Skins are chrome-tanned, I'm not sure if any tannery does peccary hides with vegetables.

I just ordered two custom pairs from her--one in dark tan with burnt orange liner and one in black with purple liner. When measuring my hands I noticed that my right is .25" wider than my left so since these will be custom made they should fit... wait for it... like a glove. Sent her two traces of my hands too.

I will update when I receive them and give my feedback.
post #340 of 521
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Originally Posted by ap10046 View Post

I've actually just got my first pair of Dent's...MUCh better than my RLPL leather/cashmere ones.
All I can say is..the leather is easily good enough to eat..I mean buttery soft cannot describe the suppleness and feel of them. YUM!
The finishing is excellent...wish I had ordered a half size larger though..
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Could I please ask which exact model is this pair of gloves? Thanks!
post #341 of 521
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Originally Posted by bigfish22 View Post


Could I please ask which exact model is this pair of gloves? Thanks!

That looks like the brown/orange lined pair for sale by Exquisite Trimmings: http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/

post #342 of 521
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Okay, thanks. $100 don't sound that bad since everyone was sharing $300-$400 gloves on peccary gloves? First time really I hear of this, might give it a try. So Paula Run has good quality and everything?

A bunch of us bought from them a couple years ago and we were pleased with the gloves. They were known by a different name then and the gloves were $50 a pair!
post #343 of 521
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Originally Posted by fkl118 View Post


A bunch of us bought from them a couple years ago and we were pleased with the gloves. They were known by a different name then and the gloves were $50 a pair!

Well you know this year everything is overprice, overrated. We just have to live with the shit mad.gif

post #344 of 521
fkl118, did you take part in this test a few year ago? I'm wondering how the Paularun leather will hold up.
post #345 of 521
Paula Run used to be called "illari" when they were still sold on eBay.

I've had mine through 2 winter seasons.
they are like new, surprised how well they held up.
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