at 01:01 AM
Try davidmorgan.com in Seatle. They carry Geier gloves, which are american made. The lightweight deerskin driving gloves are outstanding, but the kangaroo leather gloves are even better. Good luck!
at 01:59 PM
Thank you! i appreciate the response. I checke the site out and they had very nice products, though none were really the style i was looking for. Im looking for a traditional glove, knuckle holes, snap, finger vents, etc. Only other euro brands i found were the designer Fratelli Orsini and Pierotucci. Anyone know familiar with these and know if they are pretty well made gloves?
at 06:49 PM
I'd check out Dents, they're a UK company. I like the styling, lightweightness and quality and a decent price. Around 70 dollars after conversion to US dollars.
Additonally if you like the movie, Drive, the brand is Gaspar, but to me they're quite overpriced at 145 dollars. The one benefit I do like is sizing. I bought medium size Dents gloves and they're a tad too big, not much, but Gaspar has better sizing. 7 1/2 to 10 (number of inches around the widest section of your hand).
at 03:22 PM
Thanks! i didnt think anyone was paying any attention to this post anymore. I appreciate it, the Dents ones look almost nicer than the ones from Gaspar, just based on these photos atleast. Anyhow, thanks again for the response!