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post #46 of 66
so who got these for $50? will pecarryperu ship them (a sample) for $50 still?
post #47 of 66
I got a pair for $50. They don't respond to emails at the address they provided for the original transaction about a year ago. dan
post #48 of 66
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I got a pair for $50.  They don't respond to emails at the  address they provided for the original transaction about a year ago. dan
so there's pretty much no way to contact them? was this from ebay or from peccaryperu? and if it was from ebay, what was the seller's ebay id? thanks for the help.
post #49 of 66
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so there's  pretty much no way to contact them?  was this from ebay or from peccaryperu?  and if it was from ebay, what was the seller's ebay id?  thanks for the help.
I received a pair from eBay seller eunicestore quite a few months ago, at US$50. They're a pretty good deal, but the process, for me at least, was an incredibly painful one, and took months. I ordered a pair in 'wood' - which their website illustrates as being dark brown - and, many weeks and e-mails later, received a pair in the 'camel' color, which has quite a prominent orange tint to it. I e-mailed the sellers with my problem, and after many more weeks and unanswered e-mails, I received a message to the effect of, "wood is the light brown, you ordered the wood, so that's what we sent" - despite the fact that their website clearly shows 'wood' as being dark brown, and 'camel' as light brown, and the fact that I said I'd like the 'wood', the dark brown, "like on the website". After all that, they said they would exchange them, if I paid for return shipping both ways. After pointing out that the mistake was entirely theirs, they paid for shipping, but I was completely soured on this whole 'bargain eBay peccary gloves' caper. Whew. Rant over. $169 sounds like much less of a bargain, in my opinion...
post #50 of 66
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so there's  pretty much no way to contact them?  was this from ebay or from peccaryperu?  and if it was from ebay, what was the seller's ebay id?  thanks for the help.
yes, from ebay at the same id Nick mentioned.  I don't know how to contact them. dan
post #51 of 66
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(housemaidsknee @ 05 Dec. 2004, 9:26) so there's  pretty much no way to contact them?  was this from ebay or from peccaryperu?  and if it was from ebay, what was the seller's ebay id?  thanks for the help.
I received a pair from eBay seller eunicestore quite a few months ago, at US$50. They're a pretty good deal, but the process, for me at least, was an incredibly painful one, and took months. I ordered a pair in 'wood' - which their website illustrates as being dark brown - and, many weeks and e-mails later, received a pair in the 'camel' color, which has quite a prominent orange tint to it. I e-mailed the sellers with my problem, and after many more weeks and unanswered e-mails, I received a message to the effect of, "wood is the light brown, you ordered the wood, so that's what we sent" - despite the fact that their website clearly shows 'wood' as being dark brown, and 'camel' as light brown, and the fact that I said I'd like the 'wood', the dark brown, "like on the website". After all that, they said they would exchange them, if I paid for return shipping both ways. After pointing out that the mistake was entirely theirs, they paid for shipping, but I was completely soured on this whole 'bargain eBay peccary gloves' caper. Whew. Rant over. $169 sounds like much less of a bargain, in my opinion...
Eunice the ebay seller is affiliated with peccary peru. I purchased several pair of gloves from her. Shipping wasn't lightning quick, and I was ordering black, so didn't have color issues. For the price, however, it was a serious bargain, and the quality of the gloves was very good.
post #52 of 66
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(Nick M @ 06 Dec. 2004, 01:12)
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Originally Posted by housemaidsknee,05 Dec. 2004, 9:26
so there's  pretty much no way to contact them?  was this from ebay or from peccaryperu?  and if it was from ebay, what was the seller's ebay id?  thanks for the help.
I received a pair from eBay seller eunicestore quite a few months ago, at US$50. They're a pretty good deal, but the process, for me at least, was an incredibly painful one, and took months. I ordered a pair in 'wood' - which their website illustrates as being dark brown - and, many weeks and e-mails later, received a pair in the 'camel' color, which has quite a prominent orange tint to it. I e-mailed the sellers with my problem, and after many more weeks and unanswered e-mails, I received a message to the effect of, "wood is the light brown, you ordered the wood, so that's what we sent" - despite the fact that their website clearly shows 'wood' as being dark brown, and 'camel' as light brown, and the fact that I said I'd like the 'wood', the dark brown, "like on the website". After all that, they said they would exchange them, if I paid for return shipping both ways. After pointing out that the mistake was entirely theirs, they paid for shipping, but I was completely soured on this whole 'bargain eBay peccary gloves' caper. Whew. Rant over. $169 sounds like much less of a bargain, in my opinion...
Eunice the ebay seller is affiliated with peccary peru. I purchased several pair of gloves from her.  Shipping wasn't lightning quick, and I was ordering black, so didn't have color issues.  For the price, however, it was a serious bargain, and the quality of the gloves was very good.
is there a phone number i can call? any way to get this price now? really appreciate your help kai.
post #53 of 66
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is there a phone number i can call?  any way to get this price now?  really appreciate your help kai.
I contacted her at this e-mail address. No idea if it's still active. eunice_pr@msn.com
post #54 of 66
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I contacted her at this e-mail address.  No idea if it's still active. eunice_pr@msn.com
looks like this is no longer available. i emailed them at three different addresses including the one kai provided and the one on the peccaryperu website. also, i tried calling the number in peru and they pick up the phone but don;t seem to speak english. if anybody knows how to still get these, please enlighten me. thanks for the help so far.
post #55 of 66
um, sorry to dig this up but I'd much rather pay $50 for a pair of peccaries than the other prices I've seen so if someone has a contact - please, PM me

thanks!
post #56 of 66
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um, sorry to dig this up but I'd much rather pay $50 for a pair of peccaries than the other prices I've seen so if someone has a contact - please, PM me

thanks!

Just got mine for $70 from e-queco on Ebay. BIN of $100, offer of $70 was quickly accepted. Amazing gloves. I've been amusing myself asking people to guess what they're made of. Best answer so far: "old lady".
post #57 of 66
Yes, she will accept $70 for all her gloves. She did twice with me. I was impressed with the first pair (black) but the second pair of brown ones had some very obvious QC problems (different shades of brown between L and R glove, pretty deep scratches/gouges in the leather).
post #58 of 66
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Yes, she will accept $70 for all her gloves. She did twice with me. I was impressed with the first pair (black) but the second pair of brown ones had some very obvious QC problems (different shades of brown between L and R glove, pretty deep scratches/gouges in the leather).

Mine are cognac, the gloves match and just some normal slight variations in color.
post #59 of 66
I am in between sizes...do they fit big or small or pretty true?
post #60 of 66
For future references : Go true to size. I had beige ones/true to size. Colour was not that off-white, seems to be the beige colour with some green-ish shade. The fit of gloves was true to size.
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