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post #1 of 21
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For Sale:
PRICE DROP! Dents Cashmere Lined Gloves - Sizes 9, 9.5 and 10 - FREE Shipping Worldwide

Will Ship To: Anywhere

 

 

Please PM, email me (address above) or post questions in the thread to ask for measurements or more pictures

 


 

They can all be bought on my webstore if you don't want to wait for me to reply to your PM


 

Exquisite Trimmings Webstore


 

Not sure what glove size you are? Click here: http://www.dents.co.uk/pages/Sizing.asp


 

Price is £90 80 Shipped.

 

 

The sizes that are left:

 

#1 - Black with Grey & Red Lining

  • SOLD OUT

 

#2 - Black with Orange & Tan Lining

  • 9
  • 9.5
  • 10

 

#3 - Black with Purple Lining

  • 9.5

 

#4 - Brown with Orange Lining

  • 10

 

 

 

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Edited by davesmith - 12/6/12 at 7:24am
post #2 of 21
Thread Starter 

Here is a link to the glove sizing guide: http://www.dents.co.uk/pages/Sizing.asp

post #3 of 21
Those are pretty damn hot!

But how do they fit?
post #4 of 21
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

Those are pretty damn hot!
But how do they fit?

 

I wear a 9.5 and they fit me perfectly. Don't forget that they relax over time and mould to your hands just like a good pair of shoes. The cashmere lining is very warm but your hand won't sweat.

 

Let me know if you have any more (specific) questions.

post #5 of 21

Just pulled the trigger on the black/purple ones :) You can never go wrong with dents gloves, super good quality and will last a long time! 

 

Thanks Dave!

post #6 of 21
Bought the Brown/Orange ones...should be here in a day or two!
post #7 of 21
How about two gloves for £150 delivered to Australia?
post #8 of 21
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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post

How about two gloves for £150 delivered to Australia?

 

PM sent.

post #9 of 21
PM sent.
post #10 of 21

Isn't this the same as one on Mr Porter (for 85 pounds shipped, it's touch screen glove as well) ?

post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by longvo5594 View Post

Isn't this the same as one on Mr Porter (for 85 pounds shipped, it's touch screen glove as well) ?

 

The following are a few points of difference:

  • The ones on Mr. Porter come with things in the fingers to enable you to use a touch screen phone while wearing them, mine don't.
  • My gloves have a coloured lining and a contrast coloured leather trim, Mr. Porter's don't.
  • My gloves are made from hairsheep leather, Mr. Porter's are cowhide. (For those that don't want to read the paragraphs below... Hairsheep leather is higher quality than cowhide and is more suited for glove making.)
  • The gloves I am selling are going for £110 on the Dents site, that is without the coloured cashmere lining and contrast leather trim.

 

 

 

Hairsheep Leather Vs. Cowhide Leather....

Quote:
COW HIDE LEATHER: some lower priced gloves are made from cowhide leather, ideal for working gloves. Nubuck the top grain cow hide leather is used for some casual styles of glove. Nubuck is sanded or buffed on the grain side, producing a velvet-like surface. It lacks the suppleness and appearance of Hairsheep leather but is resistant to wear.

HAIR SHEEP LEATHER: a superior leather for gloves is hairsheep, cabretta leather. This top grade leather is mainly sourced from Ethiopia or Nigeria. It has great strength, plus the important benefit of natural elasticity, which helps the glove to fit properly. The sheep itself grows hair not wool. This is a consequence of its environment. Hairsheep leather is neither thick nor bulky like cowhide. The leather benefits from softness of touch, suppleness, strength and lasting comfort. Hairsheep is durable and is particularly suited for the manufacture of dress gloves.

 

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  • Cowhide is often used for lower-priced gloves. This leather is generally considered too thick and bulky for the majority of glove styles, particularly finer dress gloves. It is, however, used for some casual styles of glove.
  • Hairsheep originates from sheep that grow hair, not wool. Hairsheep leather is finer and less bulky than other leathers. Its major benefits are softness of touch, suppleness, strength, and lasting comfort. It is very durable and is particularly suited for the manufacture of dress gloves.

 

 

Hope that answers your questions.. Let me know if you have any more!


Edited by davesmith - 11/1/12 at 6:51pm
post #12 of 21
Source please of the above reference?
post #13 of 21
Thread Starter 

Sorry, I should've given it in my post.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glove

 

http://www.glovesonhand.co.uk/wa/1/43/4299-More-about-Leather.html

 

 

Just found this on the Dent's website

 

http://www.dents.co.uk/pages/Leather%20Gloves.asp

 

 

It seems cowhide is for making "lower priced gloves".

post #14 of 21
pm sent:slayer:
post #15 of 21

For those who are on the fence about these gloves, don't hesitate -- these gloves are wonderfully soft, warm, and sharp-looking. I'm sure they will last me many winters. Shaya is also an excellent seller, the package made its way to me in the US in less than a week.

 

FYI I'm halfway between a 8.5 and 9 and the 8.5 medium fit me perfectly.

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