Rancher Winter Deerskin Glove Unisex

Item# 09-1650
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SSG added a polar fleece lining to the 1600 glove for warmth. These North American deerskin gloves for roping and riding feature a gun cut finger treatment. There are no finger seams on the palm side of these gloves for a far more comfortable feeling. Elasticized wrist gives you an easy on and off glove.

Product Details:

  • Streamlined interior seam design
  • Deerskin for soft durability
  • Fleece lining for warmth
  • Color: natural
  • Unisex Sizes: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 4 reviews)

By Michelle
April 12, 2016
"I have been using this glove for over a month now, and its a great glove! Recommend buying it to fit snug as it will configure to your hand nicely. Warm but still able to manipulate your fingers to do the more intricate chores in the barn. Happy so far, made well!"
By Kathy
April 12, 2016
"Love the gloves. Very warm. My hands get very cold & these gloves keep them warmer than any glove I have tried so far."
By Killian

April 12, 2016
"Ive been using these gloves for over 6yrs. No other glove can compete w/ their quality, durability and dexterity. I ABUSE these gloves yet only need to replace them once a year. Quite a feat considering the workload they withstand. For a normal person who will use them regularly-they will last much longer. They are tough enough to withstand wire fence repairs, stacking firewood and hauling water buckets but sensitive enough for me to pick up coins, keys etc... Ive been through a lot of gloves until I was lucky enough to find these gloves 6+yrs ago and will never use anything but these gloves again. Worth every penny!!"
By Mischa

April 12, 2016
"I have never found a better pair of gloves for barn chores and winder riding. They are warm, hard-wearing and supple enough to allow for a good feel of the reins. In the last 30 years or so I have owned 3 pairs of the winter Ranchers -- not because they have worn out, but because I have the habit of losing just one glove!"