That's been my approach as well but have ruined a few cheaply made pairs. So looking for something durable and warm that will last ages, figured someone here must know!I kind of cheap out on my gloves. I wear leather gloves in the winter but they're usually from the mall or some other local store, nothing exciting. I beat the crap out of my gloves so having a "nice" pair is not really something that interests me right now. I'm sure someone around here knows about good gloves, though.
Damn, I was actually checking out their site earlier. I'll hold off for now.I was looking myself and settled for sullivan gloves. I believe that they can be nice, but I recieved two defective pairs.
QC is pretty much nonexistant or so it seems.
Customer care pretty awful too: I emailed them on Dec. 30 - no reaction so far. I had to call Paypal for help and am hoping to get my money back.
I can’t attest
hey I almost had to put the heat on last night, it dropped to 72 degreesWhy are you recommending then, Florida Man? Lol
hey I almost had to put the heat on last night, it dropped to 72 degrees
this is why my wife thinks I’m crazy buying such an expensive jacket, it would kill her to know I have 3 more on the way, she’s from upstate New York and not long ago was removing ice from her windshield
Maybe look for a well reviewed pair of goatskin gloves.
I can’t attest but goat seems to be a tough but thin leather, lots of work gloves are made from it.
Langlitz makes goatskin jackets directly for motorcycle use and also make the claim, you also have many of the Navy jackets of old were made from chrome tanned goatskin due to these properties and it’s known to be better resilient to water.