The Colonel 3/0 Kelson's version

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Mark Mercer, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. S Fontinalis

    S Fontinalis Active Member

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    i never wear silk gloves, but i'm not sure what that says about me....hands like a woman, or just plain cheap to buy a pair??;)
     
  2. Mark Mercer

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    I never think about buying them until I need them, then it's too late and I don't want to stop tying. I wonder how much they are and where you can get them? I probably should get some because my hands are definitely not smooth.
     
  3. Jack Devlin

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    Mark,
    Silk gloves easy to find. No more than $15. Just do a google search for "silk inner or liner gloves". THey come in white, natural, and black. Hikers and skiers use them . I did as a cross-country skier. Silk gloves, silk socks etc. REI probably has them. Wholesale Sports might?? Here is an example link:
    http://wintersilks.blair.com/product/Spunsilk-Glove-Liners/9613.uts
    Jack
     
  4. Mark Mercer

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    Thanks Jack, I was sure you'd know.
    Mark