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  • Old Aviator
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    Thank you all. I ordered from the Carving Glove Guy and it's interesting that his sizing indicates an XL glove will fit but he has an XXL if I need to swap. Bob

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  • tbox61
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    Originally posted by Old Aviator View Post
    A string wrapped around my hand at the knuckles measures 10 1/2" when placed on a ruler. I ordered extra-large kevlar carving gloves from Schaaf but, although my hands will fit into the gloves, they are constrictive and the web of the fingers are too short, meaning I am fighting the glove to grasp the wood; after a while my hands get tired. When I wear the other glove on my carving hand I have sometimes dropped the knife. I will call Schaaf to ask if they make an XX-Large but if they do not, does anyone know another company that makes gloves that might be larger? Thanks. Bob
    I have big hands and I got mine from The Carving Glove Guy...www.thecarvinggloveguy.com.

    Great person to deal with...he also has a huge selection of Dockyard tools as well.

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  • Nebraska
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    I found this on eBay
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  • Claude
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    When the snow and ice go away, drive over to Richmond to the Woodcraft store https://www.woodcraft.com/stores/richmond and try on some different gloves. This one might fit: https://www.woodcraft.com/products/s...ove-large-9-11

    Claude

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  • Safety Question: Who makes the largest size carving gloves?

    A string wrapped around my hand at the knuckles measures 10 1/2" when placed on a ruler. I ordered extra-large kevlar carving gloves from Schaaf but, although my hands will fit into the gloves, they are constrictive and the web of the fingers are too short, meaning I am fighting the glove to grasp the wood; after a while my hands get tired. When I wear the other glove on my carving hand I have sometimes dropped the knife. I will call Schaaf to ask if they make an XX-Large but if they do not, does anyone know another company that makes gloves that might be larger? Thanks. Bob
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