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post #346 of 510
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fkl118, did you take part in this test a few year ago? I'm wondering how the Paularun leather will hold up.

Yes, and they've held up well. You're probably more likely to lose them than have them wear out.
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And we're in business! These Dents actually came in last week (glorious Royal Mail shipping times), but had to be rerouted to my campus. The right-hand glove shots are with a size 8.5, and the left-hand gloves are with a size 8. There's definitely less stretching on the palm of the 8.5, but the fingers are a bit too long. With that in mind, and considering that everyone here has agreed that the leather itself will stretch after a while, I'm sticking with the size 8.

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post #348 of 510

To all you who bought Dent's gloves we got the nicer version then bonds ;)

http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/product/dents-unlined-leather-gloves

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These are my favorite gloves.  They're dark green w/ beige cashmere lining...I've been wearing them with a sage green peacoat.  

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post #350 of 510
Damn. I just purchased a pair of Dent's deerskin handsewn gloves in bark, size 7.5. However, they're too long in the fingers for me. I'm putting these up for sale. I'd like to recoup the cost of the gloves, which cost me with shipping: $110. Let me know if anyone's interested. Otherwise these are going back on Saturday. I wore them for five minutes and the gloves show no signs of wear.
post #351 of 510
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These are my favorite gloves.  They're dark green w/ beige cashmere lining...I've been wearing them with a sage green peacoat.  

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These are amazing, where did u get them? I especially like the stitching on the fingers

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just bought a pair of bensons deerskins

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Picked up those unlined skyfall gloves from Dent. Not sure how I feel about them, was expecting a snugger fit. Hand measures 8.75" which is a medium by their chart, but I think if I size down to a small I won't be able to fit my hand in. Palm and thumb are ok but fingers are a little long and loose. Thoughts?

 

 

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post #354 of 510
If they feel too big they probably are...gloves stretch with time so you should buy them very snug to begin with.
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Are unlined gloves for those people that feel a bit of winter, but it never gets that cold? If you like gloves, but it only ever gets down to 15 degrees (59 degrees on the American scale), would you go with unlined over cashmere lined? 

post #356 of 510
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Are unlined gloves for those people that feel a bit of winter, but it never gets that cold? If you like gloves, but it only ever gets down to 15 degrees (59 degrees on the American scale), would you go with unlined over cashmere lined? 

This is really similar to a question I've had for the past few weeks: When do you wear unlined gloves? Besides driving gloves, I can't think of an appropriate time to wear unlined gloves; either it's cold enough to warrant lined gloves, or it's not cold enough for gloves at all.

 

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post #357 of 510
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This is really similar to a question I've had for the past few weeks: When do you wear unlined gloves? Besides driving gloves, I can't think of an appropriate time to wear unlined gloves; either it's cold enough to warrant lined gloves, or it's not cold enough for gloves at all.

 

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I wear them in NYC as I'm usually only outside for a few minutes (home to train, train to office, etc.), plus I like the fit and feel more.

post #358 of 510
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Originally Posted by diglett View Post

This is really similar to a question I've had for the past few weeks: When do you wear unlined gloves? Besides driving gloves, I can't think of an appropriate time to wear unlined gloves; either it's cold enough to warrant lined gloves, or it's not cold enough for gloves at all.

 

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Doesn't usually get colder than 50 F in San Francisco. Just having something to protect my hands from wind chill is all I need, and I don't like how bulky lined gloves feel on my hands.

post #359 of 510

Perfect, so unlined peccary is fine for casual and formal wear?

 

Thinking of going for a dark bark/brown unlined peccary glove.

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Perfect, so unlined peccary is fine for casual and formal wear?

Thinking of going for a dark bark/brown unlined peccary glove.
absolutely
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