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Studded leather gloves, Burberry Prorsum, 2012.

 

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Dents from NMWA.

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Cognac peccary:

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Causse cognac peccary with cashmere lining:




Dents Heritage olive hairsheep with chamois lining:

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I'm tossing up Madova, Martelli, Merola, Dents and Chester Jeffries gloves.

Unlined, silk or cashmere (in Melbourne; winters can get cold, but rarely get below 5c). Simple calf (or deerskin, though this seems thicker and less agile), no fancy peccary or carpincho, sadly.

I rarely wear a suit, business casual is the order of the day.

They sit around the same, cost-wise, when you factor in delivery all the way down here.

Madova don't seem very well thought of, and Merola I can only find at places that charge silly amounts for delivery (Hanger Project, Suitable Wardrobe). Dents and Chester Jeffries are within $10 of each other. CJ seems to have the wider range of leathers and options.

Help!
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CJ is your best bet, in your situation, I think, @stateless
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@stateless Check out FitzGerald Morrell, they do custom tailoring and have a ton of options. I have a pair that fit great.

 

 

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mmmm
just for fun...

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not teh
cheapie designer
tomford lamberston
etc
with only the
back in croc..
this is full gator
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wow:drool:

 

haven't seen this type of stitches on gloves before in my impression, so who is the maker? and cashmere or other fabric lined?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by coloRLOw View Post

wow:drool:

haven't seen this type of stitches on gloves before in my impression, so who is the maker? and cashmere or other fabric lined?
dunno what
teh stitching
is called

it is lined
in cashmere
since they
advised against
my usual chamois
lining

it is a bespoke
merola
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Ok here is my glove colection :

 

 

- peccary and ostrish

- carpincho

 

 

- carpincho

- goat

 

 

- leather and cork

- carpincho

 

 

- leather and crochet

- peccary

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Just bought these in the Dents Black Friday sale

 

http://www.dents.co.uk/shop/men/5-1545-mens-deerskin-leather-gloves/

 

Up to 30% off everything

 

Got an extra 10% off these by signing up for the mailing list

 

Price paid £64.08 Bargain

 

Us brits love your Black Friday

 

Cheers

 

Carl.

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I need help from those who know:

I'd like to buy a new pair of leather unlined gloves. However, I want them to be tight and thin.... enough thin to feel through the leather fingers (at least to pick up a coin) and skin tight. I have already bought some unlined gloves - all of them with no brand, bought in Italy. I'm quite satisfied with them, but not enough - one has the leather too thick, one has the fingers too large (right length) and the other has the fingers a bit short. I want the best unlined glove! Hence, I'd like to know:

- which is the difference between Madova and CJ: which has the thinnest leather and which has the longest fingers (and slim fingers). Does the bespoke CJ really fit like a glove?

- How is the feel of unlined peccary compared to that of capeskin leather. Do you loose dexterity when in them?

Thanks :-)

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- How is the feel of unlined peccary compared to that of capeskin leather. Do you loose dexterity when in them?

Thanks :-)

There is no other glove that compares to peccary. It is sublime.

 

I wear mine while driving. I don't feel like they're a burden when doing stuff.

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Is anyone here familiar with a distributor of peccary / capybara aka caprincho hides? I ask as I'd like to purchase to give some to my glove maker to make me a pair! 

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