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I'm in the market for a pair of good leather/suede or peccary gloves. I'm looking for something of quality that last me a few years. I don't mind spending Hermes money if I can get 8 to 10 years out of it... Most other gloves I've bought in the past turn ugly after not too long.

Here are a few I have came across so far. any suggestion would be appreciated. I've heard positive things about Chester Jeffries but their shipping is slow. Thank you in advance!

 

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I have been happy with my Merola gloves purchased when on sale from No Man Walks Alone. Worth checking out their website.
 
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I bought a pair of peccary gloves from O'Connell's 5 or 6 years ago and they've held up very well. I believe mine have a cashmere lining and I'm surprised at how much of the lining is still there after heavy usage during all these years.

Just a few days ago I was looking on their site because I was thinking of getting a second pair in a different color but it looks like they don't offer as many versions in the peccary leather anymore. I seem to recall that they had 5 or 6 different shades in peccary in the past but they currently only have one.
 

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I have two pairs from Chester Jeffries and have been pleased. One is a lighter weight with cashmere; the other with rabbit fur. I’ve only had them for 1-1.5 years, so can’t comment on longevity. I like the ability to create a custom size.
 

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May sound strange, but go to Ebay and search under Vintage gloves.

Some years back, I got some vintage grey suede gloves. Very dressy, very difficult for me to find in contemporary offerings, and superb with charcoal or navy overcoats.
 

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If you’re going peccary shouldn’t you get them unlined to experience the leather? That’s the point right?

Anyway, I bought a non-peccary pair from Chester Jeffries and have been very pleased. They were excellent quality for the price.
 

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I'm in the market for a pair of good leather/suede or peccary gloves. I'm looking for something of quality that last me a few years. I don't mind spending Hermes money if I can get 8 to 10 years out of it... Most other gloves I've bought in the past turn ugly after not too long.

Here are a few I have came across so far. any suggestion would be appreciated. I've heard positive things about Chester Jeffries but their shipping is slow. Thank you in advance!

Take a look at Dents:
 

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