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Hestra Leather Balm (Winter 19)
    Hestra Leather Balm (Winter 19)
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    • Hestra Leather Balm (Winter 19)

    • £6.60 (RRP:£11.00, Save 40%)

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    Description

    Hestra Leather Balm is formulated to protect gloves made from Goatskin or Cowhide leather. It prevents these leathers from drying out and can prolong the life, suppleness and water repellant properties of the gloves. Please do note that lighter leather colours may darken from an application so test a small area first. Appy with a polishing cloth and rub in, until the leather is saturated.

    This product contains lanolin, bees wax, carnauba wax, vegetable oils, vaseline, paraffin, glycerine and mulsifan.

    Hestra Leather Balm Features

    • Suitable for Goatskin and Cowhide leather gloves
    • Natural
    • Prevents leather from drying out
    • Prolongs the life of your gloves
    • Keeps the leather supple and water repellant



    Size Guide

    Hestra Glove Sizing

    Palm Circumference: Measure around the fullest part of the hand; around the knuckles and excluding the thumb.

    Hand Length: Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the wrist.

    Your Body Measurements in Inches:

    Size Palm Circumference Hand Length
    6 6" 6.3"
    7 7" 6.7"
    8 8" 7.2"
    9 9" 7.4"
    10 10" 7.9"
    11 11" 8.3"



    Customer Reviews of Hestra Leather Balm (Winter 19)

    Hestra Leather Balm Review
    Adrian Glover
    Verified Buyer

    It is what it is but used on new marmot working gloves for ice climbing in Norway and kept the glove waterproof. Needs to be worked in but is ideal with a leather glove used on a daily basis.

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