The best work gloves you'll ever own. Handmade in Vermont since 1920, these gloves get better with age. The goat leather forms to your hands over time, getting softer and more pliable as you use them. Get them wet? No problem, they dry soft, unlike cow leather.
The outside seams mean your thumb, the palm of your hand, and tips of your fingers have incredible feel and dexterity, whether you're mucking out a barn or picking a nail off the floor, these gloves get the job done.
You want these gloves to be snug, they'll wear well and form to your hands. Size down from what you're used to, and watch our sizing video below.
LockNLube provides a full 30-day money-back guarantee on all products purchased from its website. If you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you can return it to us by shipping the item back within 30 days of purchase. Once we receive your return, we will refund you the full purchase price of the item.
Please ensure that the item you are returning is repackaged securely, with all its component parts included. Please also include any documentation that came with your original order, such as a packing slip or order confirmation.
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Lock and Lube 21 Technology Drive Suite #2 West Lebanon, NH 03784
For more information, please call 603.795.2298. We’re a small business and we’ll pick up the phone in New Hampshire when you call.
Durable goatskin leather stays soft and dexterous
Hand-stitched with heavy-duty nylon thread
Outside seams for superior comfort
Double-stitched fingertip seams for protection & durability
Dry them low and slow - avoid drying gloves under or near direct heat sources as it can dry out the leather, pulling out the natural oils present in goat leather (which keep it supple & dexterous). Every now and then - after a long, wet day in the woods; or every few weeks - condition your gloves in order to replenish the natural oils in the leather. You can use your conditioner of choice, or if you’re in a bind, just stick your hand in a beehive or use some hydraulic fluid.
Vermont Glove has used goat leather for durability, dexterity, and weatherization since the beginning. Goat leather has the durability of cowhide, is supple and soft like deerskin, and will dry soft and malleable once wet. That means you don’t have to sit on them the whole car ride to actually use them.
We source our leather from within the United States.
I've been using these gloves for years and glad to see LockNLube supporting them. These outlast Kincos by at least 5. Seemed like a lot to spend on gloves until I realized how much I was spending on crappy throw aways that didn't have half the versatility or comfort of these. If mine ever wear out, I'll be back to buy another pair, I won't use anything else.