You guys should have stopped by the eagle booth at the NAFA meet in Vernal Utah last year. We had a box full of Tradition's golves for sale. They were some of his "seconds" that he was selling for 1/2 price, but, we couldn't find any thing wrong with them. We had about 25 pairs at the meet. Some were long and some were short.
Don't be sorry, I'm happy.... Why do you want a pair? Each glove is approx 50-60 dollars depending on what you want customized
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines "Give a man a fish, and you'll feed him for a day; give him a religion................ and he'll starve to death while praying for a fish."
I hawked with Micheal just a couple of weeks ago and he mentioned being able to get inexspensive gloves. I showed him the one I got from American Falconery and that I only payed $26 + $8 S&H. He was very impressed with the quality and you get a jar of beeswax sauve to treat the glove and jesses, etc. for free.
Post by grendlesgirl on Apr 23, 2006 20:54:09 GMT -5
I won a traditions glove at the winter meet and mailed it to Jim about 3 weeks ago. I hope it comes soon I would hate to call and seem like I'm nagging!!!! My Northwoods glove tore a hole in it in about 3 months . . .
Hey grendlesgirl, You should call Brad Wood at Northwoods about the glove. I would think they would expect their gloves to last at least a year or two. You might get a replacement or maybe some credit, or... I don't know. Brad has always been cool about fixing product problems for me. I bought a pair of grommet pliars that weren't lined up right. I sent them back and they were replaced at no charge.