Originally Posted by lee_44106
Assuming you are correct, the peccary leather for the gloves still came from south america.
So are you saying the German sewn somehow makes it "better" than Peruvian sewn?
1)Not necessarily. Patiently repeating, "SW U.S. .........." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peccary
B)There is not even a hint of such an implication. The inference is your'n. Merely, humbly, attempting to correct Mr. Derm's perceptual assumption. Although, being south of the equator, the Peruvian artisans do use a reverse twist sewing thread, with all the implications inherent. On the other hand, the German glovers employ Bavarian gnawing grannies to "enhance" the peccary bristle marks. So, it may be a toss-up as to desirablility.
Hope to have been of assistance.