BW work gloves, surplus
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Very traditional work gloves as German Bundeswehr surplus. Extremely well made and probably manufactured in Europe, these offer a huge bang for the buck. Available in plush-lined and lightly lined / unlined models.
The thick lined gloves have a serious dark green fleece-plush-furry-style (probably not a real word) warm lining for winter use, and the thin lined ones have either a thin lining as the name implies, or no lining at all. Simple. The outer material on both is proper good stuff; durable fabric of various styles and leather, sometimes with rubber reinforcements.
Apart from dirty men-at-work style tasks these are excellent for outdoor use, where you don't want to ruin any fancy gloves around activities usually happening around campfire. These are cheap and strong, and will stand up to use for a long time. Get yerself a pair of thick ones for winter and thin ones for other seasons!
Of course these were hauled to us in different size systems. However we have given the easy size for all in the brackets (with the thick ones also the comparable normal glove sizes). The sizes are maybe a bit more ambiguous than normally glove sizes are.
In surprisingly nice and clean shape for work gloves. The details and general appearance vary from one pair to the other, but all serve the same purpose.