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Durable Leather Work Gloves

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  • Made in the USA: Randolph, VT
  • See here for size chart
  • Durable goatskin leather stays soft and dexterous. Hand-stitched with heavy-duty nylon thread
  • Outside seams for superior comfort
  • Double-stitched fingertip seams for protection and durability
  • All leather is sourced from within the United States
  • Vein protector for longevity
Materials
100% goatskin leather stitched with nylon thread
Includes
One pair of Durable Leather Work Gloves
Care
Air dry when wet away from direct high heat. Use a leather conditioning product from time to time to replenish the natural oils
Dimensions
10" x 5" x 1"
Weight
1 lb

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Durable Leather Work Gloves

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Durable goatskin leather · Double-stitched fingertip seam · Outside seams
The highest-performing work glove on planet earth, hand-stitched in Randolph, Vermont. Made of 100% goat leather, this hand-saver is perfect for daily wear.
Made in the USA
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Vermont Glove

For 100 years, Vermont Glove has protected workers’ hands, no matter the season or task. Originally designed for linemen working to electrify rural America in the 1920s, Vermont Glove in recent years was fighting to stay in business. Vermonter Sam Hooper used the gloves growing up on the family farm. After a long day of manual labor, he felt the difference between a cheap hardware store pair and Vermont Gloves. Determined to keep the company alive, Hooper became an apprentice and then bought the company in 2018. He remains dedicated to maintaining the longtime brand’s quality and community values, placing purpose and planet before profit. Vermont Glove’s time-tested products are made from natural materials—and the factory runs on 100 percent renewable energy, too.