WOOL FINGERLESS GLOVE WITH DEER LEATHER
100% U.S.A. Made from American Ragg Wool fingerless with lightweight 2.5 ounce Deerskin palm patch. We cut our own Deerskin here in Brooklyn and attach them to the gloves using a century old Singer chain-stitch post bed machine. For a quick clip, see the video below.
All labels are lightly tacked on and can be removed easily - don't worry, we won't be offended if you take them off.
All cuff hems are serged with an elastic thread to help retain cuff shape even after washing.
- Content: 85% USA Wool, 15% USA Nylon
- Ragg Wool: The nylon in this traditional workwear/gardening wool blend allows for shape retention and durability. The high quality wool will wick away moisture to keep hands warm and dry.
- Washing Instructions: Hand wash with a soft detergent such as Woolite.
- Source: Knitted in Upstate, NY and finished in Brooklyn, NY.
- Size Info: Each style of glove we make comes in two sizes, a smaller size, and a larger size. For the fingerless glove we recommend Men with smaller hand buy the smaller size, as the gloves will stretch out as needed. In general, we make the fingerless gloves larger as we do not want an overly tight fit and believe the gloves look better with some room around the palm and top of the hand.
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We use UPS in the USA and either UPS, Purolator, Canpar or Canada Post within Canada. Orders may take 1-2 business days to process. A tracking number will be provided by email. US Customers are c harged 5.5% for duties (it appears as "Federal Tax" in your checkout ) on all items, but you are not charged either US or Canadian tax, since neither are legally applicable . In other words, we charge 5.5% duty to all US orders, we pre-pay the duties to US customs (so you don't have to deal with them ), and you don't pay a cent of tax. Not a bad deal, especially considering the strength of the US dollar!
Upstate Stock was born out of the simple fact that American manufacturing of the highest quality is still out there, the same manufacturing from decades ago that is both at a standard that very few countries can match, but also affordable. Over the last few decades, there has been a stark decrease in all areas of American manufacturing; factories and mills that were once thriving are now disappearing. Are there still factories out there in the US that can make goods to the standard American manufacturing was known for? The answer is a resounding yes…lots of them…still plugging away after decades and decades, and they are affordable.