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    Thanks for everyone's positive feedback on our gloves, it's been great getting to know everyone in this community more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivangloveco View Post
    Thanks for everyone's positive feedback on our gloves, it's been great getting to know everyone in this community more!
    It's a pleasure to do business with a company that has such personal service and owner/s available to speak to
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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivangloveco View Post
    We are happy to customize - what type of built in protection are you looking for in a glove?
    Well now, I certainly didn't expect this.

    How about something similar to that depicted in the link in Post # 44?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Well now, I certainly didn't expect this.

    How about something similar to that depicted in the link in Post # 44?
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    New summer riding gloves....

    We've had several BMW folds reach out for us to develop a summer riding glove. Here is what we've come up with...Abrasion resistant seamless deer palm with a perforated pig suede back and heavy duty velcro wrist closure. Thanks for everyone's input in developing these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivangloveco View Post
    We've had several BMW folds reach out for us to develop a summer riding glove. Here is what we've come up with...Abrasion resistant seamless deer palm with a perforated pig suede back and heavy duty velcro wrist closure. Thanks for everyone's input in developing these!

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    How will that "pig suede" do if it gets wet? Also, do they come in colors other than black?
    Ed Apelian
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsinnc View Post
    How will that "pig suede" do if it gets wet? Also, do they come in colors other than black?
    I've read pigskin stays supple like deer skin after it gets wet and dries.
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    Just picked up a second pair of Sullivan gloves in deer skin, gauntlet with fringe this time. https://sullivanglove.com/collection...inged-guantlet

    Outstanding workmanship, I'll be wearing these on the upcoming trip through Az, Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. I'll take the short pair in deer skin as a spare set.
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    Remember to use BMW10 at checkout for 10% discounts

    Thank you BMW riders for all the recent purchases remember to use BMW10 for a 10% discount at checkout!

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    Jake, just took possession of the lined deerskin gauntlet gloves with fringe, they fit perfect.

    Great job on the gloves sir, thanks again

    I've got 50 hours wearing the unlined gauntlets I took delivery of months ago at this point. These deerskin gloves fit, well, like a glove.
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    cinch strap

    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    They're nice looking gloves. It would be great if they had some form of cinch strap at the wrist to keep the glove from pulling forward.
    No motorcycle glove should be without a cinch strap. As simple as that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorongrudo View Post
    No motorcycle glove should be without a cinch strap. As simple as that.
    I find I don't need a cinch strap with guantlet gloves. Not really enamored with cinch straps on gloves to begin with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie0486 View Post
    I find I don't need a cinch strap with guantlet gloves. Not really enamored with cinch straps on gloves to begin with.
    For me with gauntlet gloves I agree. I tuck the gauntlet under my jacket sleeve and cinch the jacket velcro and works like a champ. For shorter gloves and in summer I tend to agree there should be some way to tighten the gloves.

    Having said that if you reach out to Sullivan Glove and explain what you are looking for many times they will accommodate your needs. They are truly a customer friendly company. Talk to Jake Peterson who runs the company and he may be able to help.
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