Swedish leather gloves, brown, surplus
They sure made tough leather gloves in Sweden and probably never guessed they'd be cool as hell in the 2000's. Made in the 60's or something, nice vintage stuff. Unlined.
Probably meant as combat & work gloves, the Swedish army leather gloves are from the era when stuff had to be made in large amounts for conscript use. Like most Nordic militaria, these are well made (in Sweden) and, all things considered, extremely affordable. We can almost hear the bushcrafters frantically clicking the "Add to Cart" button, and why the hell should they not!
Apparently only ever made in one size, which will fit every hand, even with a liner glove. Yes, these are huge. That's what life was in the Swedish army back then, or something.
In used, but serviceable condition. Might need cleaning before use. If you use water, remember not to dry these next to a heat source, or you'll risk ruining the leather.
We're pretty sure this is the first and last lot we'll ever get.
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petri l. 15.12.2019