Red & Black Spray Cabretta Leather Golf Gove | High Quality Golf Glove
Red & Black Spray Cabretta Leather Golf Gove | High Quality Golf Glove
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Red & Black Spray Cabretta Leather Golf Gove | High Quality Golf Glove

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Designed with both performance and sustainability in mind, this glove is crafted with premium Cabretta leather to achieve a second skin-like feel. 

The spray collection is here to add a splash of colour to your glove. With a crisp white finish to the palm, this unique collection is available in three unique colour combinations. 

Red & Black

The raw material is sourced locally to our manufacturers tannery and we are pleased to confirm that our golf gloves reach the gold standard certification set by the Leather Working Group (LWG). This is a hallmark of quality and ensures that the leather we use for our golf glove has been manufactured in an environmentally appropriate way.

With a focus on the finer details that make a quality glove unique, the glove is finished in white with a white silicone logo on the Velcro fastening and a silk screen printed flag on the inside of the palm.  

Packed in our signature Kraft recyclable packaging, this golf glove is sure to impress.

The woven label on the side of the glove reads S W I N G E R. Whichever way you swing, make sure it's a Green Swing. 

Available in sizes S to XXL, the glove is true to size and available for both right handed and left handed golfers. 

A community for responsible leather, LWG is a global multi-stakeholder community committed to building a sustainable future with responsible leather. They are a not-for-profit that drives best practices and positive social and environmental change for responsible leather production. You can read more about the work that the LWG do here: https://www.leatherworkinggroup.com/