North American Trading knows that it’s hard to beat a pair of premium deerskin or elkskin gloves when it comes to outdoor work and riding. In 2002, North American Trading was formed to be the driving force behind bringing premium deerskin gloves and elkskin gloves to the North American market. North American Trading work gloves are known for durability, weather resistance and a soft, supple hand. Because of these characteristics, North American Trading deerskin and elkskin gloves are ideal for the jobsite, chores around the ho ... Learn more about North American Tradingmestead and long rides on the bike. North American Trading is there for hunters, construction workers, ranchers, two-wheel and four-wheel warriors, and folks from every walk of life with deerskin and elkskin gloves that are sure to stand the test of time and the rugged demands of hardworking, hard-playing individuals. ... Less
Reviewed by Doc mike from Kalamazoo on Friday, September 12, 2014
Very comfortable glove that is true to size. I bought XL and L and kept both. I mihgt use the XL in the winter with a liner glove. The plams are think soft leather with appropriate reinforcements. Would buy again.
Reviewed by Yeti from Ft. Lauerdale, FL on Tuesday, August 5, 2014
I had a pair previously that lasted for months of working in the yard. They lasted much longer than any other gloves that I used for the same purpose. Only issue is that the dye comes off on your hands, so wash them first and they are good after that.
Reviewed by Tia Juana from Colorado on Monday, July 7, 2014
I have been looking for a reasonably priced glove like this as I have a lot of prickly plants in my yard. My other gloves are very nice, comfortable and little better than nothing. These are great! I just went out and cleared a bunch of mahonia which I have avoided due to pain.We will see how long the index finger on right hand lasts, it is always gone in a matter of weeks, haven't had these that long.
I would agree with others, finger fit odd here and there but makes no difference in usage. Fit is small, the large just barely make it.