Hestra Gloves Falt Guide Glove - 5 finger
This model is named after one of Sweden's leading survival experts, Lars Falt, who was also involved in the development of the glove. A durable glove made entirely of leather with removable wool terry cloth/wool pile liner. Can also be combined with other liners. With the right care, it can remain a favourite for many years.
The outer material is made from impregnated cowhide with impregnated Army Leather goatskin on the palm. It also features a removable liner with wool terrycloth on the palm and wool pile on the top of the hand.
FEATURES Eyelet with carabiner. External seams. Securing point for handcuffs.
Hestra has a long-term partnership with a new German leather supplier. The hides come from farms in southern Germany, a region known for good animal welfare, small-scale operations, and lots of natural grazing. They are then processed at a Bavarian quality tannery located in the same geographic region. One initiative was building its own purification plant, which removes 99 % of the contaminants from the water used in the tanning process, and a bio power plant that produces all the energy needed for production from in-house waste products. The tannery is ECO2L certified (Energy Controlled Leather) for its low CO2 emissions and “Gold rated” by the industry organisation LWG (Leather Working Group).
Wool is a natural “high-tec” fibre and possesses several advantages, such as its ability to uptake and release moisture vapour up to 36% of its dry weight, while being water-repellent at the same time. Recycled wool is a very sustainable option, as it saves a considerable amount of water, reduces land use and the use of chemicals for dyeing.