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Northwest Eagle Gauntlet set of two gloves Left hand only 21 inch long.
Northwest Eagle Gauntlets Left hand only.


Our Price: $225.00

Quantity in Stock:73
Product SKU Code: 428



Northwest Eagle Gauntlets Left hand only set of two gloves. (Made by Stanislav for Mike's Falconry exclusively.)

The special eagle gauntlet consists of a set of two special made gloves. The under glove is a full-cuff 21 inch gauntlet that is made of a softer double thick cowhide. The outer sheath is made double thick so that it offers you lots of protection and still allows you to move your fingers while holding your leash or jesses. The full cuff gauntlet can be used alone with smaller raptors. Length of sheath and full cuff gauntlet is 21 inches. Custom lengths can be made to whatever size you need. For maximum protection for large raptors we recommend using our full cuff 21 inch gauntlet.(Note these gloves have been made so that they are very pliable and not stiff like other eagle handling gloves.) Glove come in small, medium, large and extra large, all left hand gloves. Custom gloves can be made for right hand gloves or longer or shorter gloves too. Custom order gloves can take from 6 to 8 weeks to make up and a $35.00 custom fee is also charge at this time. If you would like to order a custom glove please contact us at sales@mikesfalconry.com

428 -Northwest Special Eagle gauntlet set of two gloves 21 inch long. $225.00


Here is a list of things you can do to make sure that you pick the correct size glove the first time.

1. Take a palm measurement of your hand with a soft tape measure all the way around the palm just below the knuckles. Once you have this measurement you can use our chart to get the average size glove for this measurement.
2. The second thing you can do is to fax us a hand tracing of your hand. (Fax to 503-663-9554)(Put your hand face down onto a white piece of paper and slightly spread the fingers apart and then with a pencil trace all the way around the hand -making sure to keep the pencil vertical.
3. It would be best if we could get both of these measurements but if not one that will be very helpful.
4. If you are buying this glove as a gift please try to get the glove size from a friend if possible or if all else fails just ask the person their hand size or glove size.
5. Listed here are the average palm sizes for the corresponding gloves sizes. Extra large glove, palm size 10 ½, large size glove 9 ½, medium size glove 8 ½, small size glove 7 ½ .Womens sizes would be slightly smaller than these palm measurements.
6. The glove sizes we show listed above are for the average size hand. If you feel that your hand size is smaller or larger than normal then it would be best to fax us a hand tracing and palm measurement.
7. If you are just not sure what size to get it would be best to fax us a hand tracing first and then place your order online, then we can put your hand print with your order to be sure to get you the best fitting glove as possible.
8. Lastly if for some reason your glove does not fit, you can send it back for a different size this is no problem at all. (We will need to charge a minimum shipping fee for the return shipping.)

We also recommend that your new glove if made from Cowhide, Elk or Buffalo hide be treated with a good leather preserver. We recommend using (DB Scientific jess grease or Nurtureseal. You can heat a small amount of either of these products in the micro wave and then rub it on the glove lightly and then let dry over night before using. It is a good idea to use only one glove per bird and if your bird has been sick to discard this glove and get a new one.

Note: If you are looking for a small good fitting woman's or children's glove then we now offer sizes, x-small and small sizes. The x-small is for a very small woman's hand or child's hand with under a 6 1/2 inch palm measurement. The small is for a 7 3/4 palm measurement or below. If you have a question about sizing please send us a note.

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