Not yet. But I’m working on it.
Absolutely. Please contact me and I’ll explain the details.
There is a size chart on each glove page. They are sized similar to Pearl Izumi or Giro gloves, so get the same size as your regular cycling gloves. If you are between sizes, then get the smaller size. They run very slightly large and will conform to your hands over a few rides.
It’s hard to say. I have testers who have used them for 5000+ miles and they are still going strong.
Absolutely. Please contact me and I’ll explain the details. Also check the CUSTOM details page HERE.
No. The gloves have been tested for nearly 2 years by several dozen testers all over the country. There have been no complaints about over heating.
For stock gloves, you may return for an exchange or refund if the gloves are in original, unworn condition.
For custom team gloves, once the order is placed and payment is made, there are no changes or refunds.
After the gloves conform to your hands, you will be surprised at how little padding you need. Trust me on this. Try them.
Yes, but you must meet minimum quantity requirements and the price will be higher.
Padding is a very personal thing and what ever thickness I chose would be wrong for most people. Instead of me deciding how much padding you need, you can decide on your own by adding padding to your bars.
Probably not. But we always do our best to get as close as possible.
That leather is called digital leather and it’s expensive to produce. It is used to provide a bit of extra grip on the bat.
No and no. The more you wear them, the more they will conform to your hands and take on a unique patina, making them entirely your own. IMO, this is one of the best things about these gloves. They all start out the same but are all unique in the end.
The gloves are designed in Texas and manufactured in Pakistan.
Not yet. But if demand is high enough, I can do lots of things.
The leather is full grain deer-tanned cow leather, with an approximate weight of 2-2.5oz and thickness of 1-1.5mm
Cuero means “leather” in Spanish. And it’s a town in Texas. And it sounds cool.
There is a size chart on each product page in the store. They are sized similar to Franklin or Nike batting gloves, so get the same size as any of those. If you are between sizes, then get the smaller size. They run very slightly large and will conform to your hands after a few workouts.