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noharley:
Have two pair...great looking & nice materials but wish they were more ergonomically designed (with curve forethought)

oe542bob:

--- Quote from: jc15025 on April 25, 2018, 08:39:30 AM ---muddypaws, check this out, developed by a physician.

 http://www.qwinerveprotector.com/

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Link says they are out of business

DarkEagle:
one of these days need to check on JRC gloves, they’ve been in business since the late 1800’s...
https://www.jrcglove.com/motorcycle.html

DarkEagle:

--- Quote from: DarkEagle on January 15, 2020, 10:45:39 AM ---one of these days need to check on JRC gloves, they’ve been in business since the late 1800’s...
https://www.jrcglove.com/motorcycle.html

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Update 06/28/2021: Finally made it to Churchill Gloves or also known as JRC Glove Company, & bought me a pair of their Deerskin Classic Maverick’s with 3M Thinsulate insulation & Sympatex lining for waterproof at $105 totaling $113.56 with sales tax. Might sound expensive but they manufacture these gloves right here in Centralia, Washington with local employees. The added insulation might make them tight, hand measured Medium in their online measurement guide but had to go to a Large, but they fit & feel very nice with great quality, plus I like supporting our local businesses which this one has been in the same place by the same family since 1890.

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