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American Bison Leather Gloves

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Starting at: $63.00
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  • Made from 100% American Bison leather.
  • Elastic wrist gathers for secure fit.
  • Made in USA
  • Designed for both Men and Women

International Orders Only: Wildlife leather products including deerskin, buffalo and elkskin for delivery outside the USA will incur additional handling charges of $15 and a delay of about 1 month due to Export Handling mandated by US Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.

Our American Bison Leather Gloves are made out of thick, durable American Bison leather. The 3.5-3.8oz (1.4-1.5mm thick) leather makes the American Bison glove heavier and thicker than deerskin or elkskin. Our American Bison glove will offer the thickness and protection you require and still have the comfort you need.

Like all of our deerskin gloves, our Men's American Bison Leather Gloves are made in the USA.

Warranty Information

This Item is NOT cover under our Lifetime Guarantee.

Other Details

Free shipping to USA. Usually ships within 24 hours.
*$15 Extra Handling for International Orders*
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  1. Excellent Work Glove 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 29th 2018

    I got these for outside work around the house, they are tough and work amazing. They are way more abrasive resistant and thinner than most other gloves I've used. The seam is tough and very think between the pinky in ring finger and takes some getting used too. Wearing these in the cold down to low 20's and 30's still keeps my hands warm

  2. Great gloves 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Dec 29th 2017

    Very well made gloves! The fit and quality are excellent. I use these gloves for work, I work on the air ramp for a major delivery service. I work oftentimes out in the elements and with heavy cargo. These gloves have been soaked by rain and my perspiration and they still retain their fit and finish. I think these are fantastic gloves and well worth the price.

  3. Stiffer than I expected 3 Star Review

    Posted by on Dec 14th 2017

    Based on my experience with the bison leather change purse and checkbook wallet, I expected these gloves to be more pliable than they turned out to be. They were rather stiff, and approximately the same thickness as the elkskin gloves. Otherwise they seem well made. I do like the original (medium) brown color. I applied a very large dose of Montana Pitch Blend leather oil to soften them. They turned very dark brown (no surprise) and have stayed dark brown for the month that I've had them. They did become more pliable, but at the expense of being a little oily and less insulating. They are probably the most water resistant leather gloves I've ever had, in this condition! I have used them mostly for shoveling snow so far.

  4. Very well made 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 27th 2016

    These gloves are worth every penny. I have been riding for 20 years and these are some of the best gloves I've worn. My hands did get cold, however, so I plan to use liners when the temperature dips below 35 degrees F.

  5. Buffalo Gloves 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Sep 8th 2014

    Very nice ..good fit, and will last a long time. Good quality hide, can't buy these in any farm store!

  6. Buffalo Skin Gloves 4 Star Review

    Posted by on May 10th 2012

    Buffalo vs. Elk After wearing the FCL Elk Skin Gloves while riding thru our winter ,I would usually wear the silk glove liners for riding in cold weather ,those days when the cold would work into the fingertips during my half hour evening rides. Since my FCL Buffalo Skin Gloves arrived I've worn them daily ,in cold with out the silk liners I use on the elk skin gloves, it took me a while to realize this, the Buffalo's are warmer ,which is curious since the leather seems slightly lighter weight than the Elk's. I still keep the silk liners in my jacket,but so far haven't needed their added warmth with the Buffalo skin gloves. I don't usually ride in sub freezing weather, and I would consider electric gloves for that weather.

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