SPG Gloves

Durable, functional gloves with a very high lifetime to initial outlay ratio.

Availability: In stock

NZD $189.00

 

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Outstanding durability is the stock in trade of these puppies. The SPG glove addresses the hand care needs of ski patrollers, Alaskan ice climbers, Antarctic scientists, and maybe even you - assuming you are looking for a wear resistant, warm, maintainable solution for work and play in cold conditions.

With high quality leather and strategic palm reinforcing, good dexterity, and a cuff that really works, these beauties will keep your hands happy for a long time.

  • Lined with low absorption synthetic fleece, to keep your hands toasty
  • A full C-600 snow cuff to keep the white stuff out, with both a cinch strap and a draw cord
  • Cunning thumb seam design to protect this high wear area
  • SPG's can be re-proofed with a good boot wax like our Cactus Waterwax. It's important to note that as SPG's are made of a natural material (cowhide) slight surface imperfections and variances in size may occur - this is all part of the fun and beauty of natural fabrics and is something to be applauded rather than denigrated

Please note - these are made of natural leather so there will be variation in the glove pairs. No two gloves will be the same (special eh!) This won't effect the performance of the gloves.

Specs

  • Weight: 215 grams
  • Fabrics: C-600, Leather

Care

  • Brush dirt from the product while still dry
  • Hand wash in cold or warm water using mild detergent or pure soap - preferably one that's nice to the earth
  • Drip dry without creases

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Reviews

MrReview by Sam
The first pair were bought in a rush for a mountain snowcraft course at Ruapehu. A bit pricy at the time but sturdy and fitted my hands well. They've now been going strong for 14-15 years and still do the job on the mountain. Ive kept them waterproofed with waterwax and I think they'll see me out. Although my son did take them for a few seasons on the nut crackers at the South Island club fields. They survived fine. (Posted on 11/10/18)

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