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post #31 of 43
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Originally Posted by hxh_killua View Post
When they say Hogskin, it is analogous to peccary? On that note, does Chester Jeffries carry peccary?

CJ only has buffed hogskin, but that is much the same thing as peccary. They're both South American pigs.
post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by R.O. Thornhill View Post
Get a pair of Budd's buffed hogskin gloves, and wear them for 4 or 5 years and you will get there.

I second the suggestion of Budd hogskin - I bought a pair last week - the most amazingly soft leather with tremendous character - expensive but worth it.
post #33 of 43

you can order here: http://glovesmasters.com

post #34 of 43
Holy resurrection!
post #35 of 43
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post


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Originally Posted by hxh_killua View Post

When they say Hogskin, it is analogous to peccary? On that note, does Chester Jeffries carry peccary?




CJ only has buffed hogskin, but that is much the same thing as peccary. They're both South American pigs.

Since I posted the above two years ago, CJ now has peccary gloves as well as their previous buffed hogskin.
post #36 of 43
Sermoneta Gloves, anyone have their pecaary gloves or can comment on their quality?
post #37 of 43
I like the pair I got from Chester Jeffries.
post #38 of 43
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Sermoneta Gloves, anyone have their pecaary gloves or can comment on their quality?
Sermoneta Gloves from Rome, yes I purchased a pair when I was there last time. Purple Lambskin. Very nice gloves and very good price if I remember correctly (100 euro).
post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Sermoneta Gloves, anyone have their pecaary gloves or can comment on their quality?

Sermoneta have a shop in Burlington Arcade, London. Quality I thought good + fair price. Personally, I've always come away thinking the staff looked depressed - but that could be down to the Lear affect. Go to Pickett : http://www.pickett.co.uk/ to see how it should be done. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif They're also in Burlington Arcade, and have more gloves in store than shown on the website.

As of today (30th Nov 2013), the Sermoneta website (UK) allows you the option to only purchase green leather golf gloves. I've had no luck at their shop either. If this ever changes, could someone post here.

Bring on winter
Edited by Lear - 11/30/13 at 7:54am
post #40 of 43

I like Dents cashmere lined, hand-sewn model. You can find them on Gilt from time to time. You might look over there now, they seem to be way long on gloves.

post #41 of 43
Thanks gents, for the replies.
post #42 of 43

When I was living in London for a semester I picked up a nice pair from Ted Baker and have been wearing them ever since. They fit snug and have not stretched at all really so I am very pleased. 

post #43 of 43

In terms of reliability you can go wrong with dents. Forzieri http://www.uk.forzieri.com/mens-gloves and Black http://www.black.co.uk/department/gloves-10021.cfm also look good but haven't bought from either but have more sartorial styles than dents which are very middle of the road in terms of design.

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