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The US Army developed a Very Nice leather & wool glove during the Second World War. Long after the Americans ditched them, the French army was still satisfied with their copy - according to the tags, some of these are made in the 80's! A very nice pair of military-gentlemanly fashion.
Top fabric probably 100% wool, with leather palm and thumb. No lining inside the thumb, but everything else is woollen. Seems pretty high quality.
We didn't find any size markings on these. The sizes might vary, but most are very close to size Medium / 9. Thanks to the woollen half of the construction, these do form to your hand better than full leather or cotton lined gloves. If you have larger hands and these feel a tad tight at first, you could try soaking them up in water and wearing until about dry.
Old stuff, seemed practically unissued. The tags say these have been made at least in the 70's and 80's. Probably earlier too, as the design dates back to WW2. And oh, these do smell like naphtaline, it'll probably fade off in use.
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