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THE END IS NEAR! Well, sort of. Only about 6 weeks left to shop in store here in Goodnight. Come check out the crazy deals; visit the "new" homestead/distribution facility across US 287 - the new home of Herd Wear Online. Need furniture, antique store displays, store decor or some of our Herd Wear signage? ... it all has to go and I am motivated to listen to offers. Remember, June 29-July 6 we will be serving bison deli dogs and burgers lunchtime; music some days --- and if you want to attend the July 5 dinner concert there are a few tickets left. Remember, ticket sale proceeds go to 4 of our local charities. There is a new (easier to swallow) ticket/donation - $50 - that gets you the same "swag bag and goodies" ... lunchtime burgers etc ... but not the fancy dinner July 5 Call or text me if you need clarification (or just to yak!)
Yes, folks ... BIG NEWS. The Texas Historical Commission has bought the store in Goodnight. We will be there through the end of July, 2024 ... and then on line or by phone. No; we are not "quitting" - HERD WEAR will continue. Be sure you are on our email list and also on Buffalo Wool Co's list.

Buyce Leather - Gauntlet Chopper Mitts - Lined

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Original Price $65.00
Current Price $52.50
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Suede bison leather, beautifully tanned right in Gloversville, NY at one of America's oldest continuously running leather tanners.  Thinsulate lined; extended gauntlet cuff for added warmth and protection.  

Exceptional quality and functionality in cold weather.  (also make great barbque mitts and fireplace log mitts)

Completely made in the USA of USA materials!


 

 

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Customer i.V. (Virginia, United States)
Good mittens

I really like these mittens, and I'm glad I bought them, but I'm giving them 4 rather than 5 stars because --- even though they're 2XL -- the thumb channel is cut too narrow to fit a liner. Any liner restricts circulation to the thumb, which defeats the purpose in the cold. But they're good to use as is, with just the built-in Thinsulate liner. They remind me of mittens an Indian woman made for me in northern Ontario in 1974. Those were made with smoke-tanned moose hide with sewn-in duffle cloth wool lining. I hope the sueded bison hide holds up as well as the home-tanned moose hide under field conditions.

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Timothy S.
I didn't think Men in Texas had small hands.

I ordered XL Size choppers. The mittens where a little narrow for my likes. I ended up giving it to my Son. There is definite quality to mitts so it worked out. But for myself I would rather have more room in the finger area. I was excited to see this product for sale. but maybe for me a XXL chopper.

Timothy: Great review ... and unfortunately accurate. I just chatted with Walt Buyce .. who make them up in Gloversville NY and he can (and will) make us some XXL. If you want to try a pair once I get them in I can send them on approval. Walt is usually pretty quick ... so let me know when you can.

Best wishes

Cecil

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Oliver O. (California, United States)
Me mittons

I am very pleased with the mittons, I haven’t actually used them yet (probably/hopefully not til next winter) but they appear to be exactly what I wanted. From what I can tell from the initial inspection they are very well made