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    Top Grain, Uninsulated, Leather work gloves

    Where can I get a set of these? Someones gotta know a company that sells them. Found a couple options, but they are all dyed white/tan that bleeds when they get soaked. Think Kinco exterior, but just the glove, no insulation, so I can put my own liners in them. It rains here.

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    your local farm supply or hardware store should have a selection

    maybe even uninsulated kinco's?

    https://www.kinco.com/product/98

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    ^^^Ding ding ding

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    Here's another option- https://www.homedepot.com/p/Midwest-...HC-1/202957310
    I'm sure you can find others. Pigskin tolerates getting wet and is more durable than cowhide.
    Last edited by old goat; 11-12-2017 at 02:35 PM.

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    You could, you know just buy some ski gloves. They won't look as core as work gloves do while standing in the lift line, but they do work great as intended.

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    Cheap work gloves work. Cheap ski gloves are cheap. I like a rag wool liner.
    thnx Capt. Chuck Shunstrom

    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

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    Budget was never mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMan View Post
    You could, you know just buy some ski gloves. They won't look as core as work gloves do while standing in the lift line, but they do work great as intended.
    Haven't seen too many unlined leather ski gloves except for stuff like BD guides with removable liner. If there are any that will take a liner they're going to cost 3x as much for essentially the same product because of who they're marketed to. It's not about looking core.
    I like removeable liners.
    Deerskin is thinner and more supple than pig--I have one pair, lightly insulated that have held up pretty well. Kinco makes unlined deerskin gloves. Here's another option from HD
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/XX-Large...9-06/204486833

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    Wasn't talking about leather ski gloves, lined or not. Just ski gloves. Something with gore tex. The BD patrol glove is sweet. I have had the patrol mitts and they were great. Mostly leather. Very durable.

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    Are you really having trouble finding full leather gloves at the hardware store? Not Home Depot or Lowe's. Go to a hardware store. I got some full leather gloves and then snow sealed them. Works great with or without a liner when it's too warm for ski gloves.
    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Here you go. You can also buy these sometimes at Costco in three packs. I've been using them for work, skiing, and other outdoor activities for a long time.

    https://www.amazon.com/Wells-Lamont-...+lamont+gloves
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    I prefer gloves made from the skin of an unborn goat.

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    I turn them inside out so I get the smooth surface of the leather against my hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Are you really having trouble finding full leather gloves at the hardware store? Not Home Depot or Lowe's. Go to a hardware store. I got some full leather gloves and then snow sealed them. Works great with or without a liner when it's too warm for ski gloves.
    Trust this guy. He got in 24 e-skiing days last year.

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