Non branded leather golf gloves

chrisd

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I did a few weeks ago. They cost very little each pair but are comfortable and half a dozen gloves last longer than a single (say) Footjoy glove for me, and are cheaper
 

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I've bought the Costco ones. First one tore after 2 rounds, the second one has lasted longer. The jury is still out.

Shame they've replaced the Callaway ones as they were real quality for about the same price
 

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I got a pack of 3 Cabretta leather gloves from eBay. I’ve no complaints with them, easily as comfortable and durable as the Mizuno or Wilson ones I used to use. Think it was £9 delivered for the 3 of them.
Give them a go, I think they are fine.
 
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spongebob59

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I got a pack of 3 Cabretta leather gloves from eBay. I’ve no complaints with them, easily as comfortable and durable as the Mizuno or Wilson ones I used to use. Think it was £9 delivered for the 3 of them.
Give them a go, I think they are fine.
Which one's ?
 
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My mate has started using the Kirkland ones. 3 for 15 and feel like the Titleist players and G4 gloves that I use.

Sort of tempted by them myself now
I tried them when Costco replaced the Callaway gloves with their own. Found the fit to be poor. Tried the same size I used in Callaway and Titleist, but they were quite baggy. Whilst I can’t get them at the old Costco price, went back to the Callaway Dawn Parol glove, still very good quality for very good for the price.
 

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I tried them when Costco replaced the Callaway gloves with their own. Found the fit to be poor. Tried the same size I used in Callaway and Titleist, but they were quite baggy. Whilst I can’t get them at the old Costco price, went back to the Callaway Dawn Parol glove, still very good quality for very good for the price.
That's what I use now, and is the best fit (for me) and longest lasting glove make/brand I have used. They can be had for good multi-buy prices every now and then:)
 

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I am using the JLGolf brand ones at the moment, not as good as the Srixon Cabretta I used previously but the the price of those shot up. The JL ones last longer and are not as comfortable and they size a little on the small size.

I have had a couple of pairs of the Srixons off EBay that have not lasted very long, my first thoughts were they were fake But not sure.

i think at the end of the day, you get what you pay for.
 

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I am using the JLGolf brand ones at the moment, not as good as the Srixon Cabretta I used previously but the the price of those shot up. The JL ones last longer and are not as comfortable and they size a little on the small size.

I have had a couple of pairs of the Srixons off EBay that have not lasted very long, my first thoughts were they were fake But not sure.

i think at the end of the day, you get what you pay for.
I'm a fan of these - as great VFM! I agree about the sizing being a touch smaller than 'normal' (especially the Cabrera ones) though. They also don't have as much (wasted) length, but that makes sense to me - they work fine and last well, so I'm happy to recommend them.
 

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I normally buy mine from the pro shop, though I'm tempted to try the vice ones
 

jim8flog

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I have many a time over the years.

Best ones normally say Pittards Leather but I am bit biased as they are a Yeovil company.

Some of the ones I have have been have been pretty awful, the leather has been far too thick as a golf glove.
I find these from 'guess who' quite good (Cabretta Leather)

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but have now made the switch to these synthetic gloves all year round (note the dimpling on fingers and palms) they never slip in all weathers. (ebay)

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Ordered a JL from the bay,2.99 Inc posted.
Wonder if it's excess John Letter stuff ex Direct Golf ?
They were decent gloves.
 
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