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Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork

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Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork. Hestra is one of the very few glove brands we've found where the price meets the quality at this perfect intersection. While the Wakayama is built for the mountains, we find it a pretty fashionable glove. It has this incredible two tone leather color combo that could be seen in any pair of driving gloves. Retro inspired glove made entirely of cowhide (color 700700 is made of Chrome-free Ecocuir cowhide). With wool terry lining and paracord wrist adjustment.
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Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork

Hestra is one of the very few glove brands we've found where the price meets the quality at this perfect intersection. While the Wakayama is built for the mountains, we find it a pretty fashionable glove. It has this incredible two tone leather color combo that could be seen in any pair of driving gloves. 

Retro inspired glove made entirely of cowhide (color 700700 is made of Chrome-free Ecocuir cowhide). With wool terry lining and paracord wrist adjustment.

  • Cowhide Glove
  • Wool Terry Lining
  • Paracord Wrist Adjustment
  • No-lose straps

See images for the measuring guide. 

Fit Notes: Gloves with thin lining as in cashmere, wool, or silk should fit tight from the start as they usually stretch over time.  If you are in-between sizes we recommend that you size up. Shop owner Tommy usually goes as small as is comfortable in order to have a better fit once they stretch. 

 

Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork
Wakayama Glove - Forest, Cork

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