Preds leather gloves

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panik33

New Member
Hey I was just wondering if anyone sold the leather fingerless gloves that I think its all of them but I know wolf pred has them
real leather ones not latex

I just think they would make an awesome accesory for the every day lifestyle they look cool and you could show of your love of pred without anyone noticing

sorry I don't have a pick i'm on my iPod touch so I can't post picks

does anyone know if anyone makes them

Thanks

Ron
 

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Roydraven

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most people don't sell em only latex gloves with them attached onto the latex that's how they are in the movies there latex and painted to look like fingerless gloves :D
 

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Ei luj

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You can also make your own, here's a huntorial on it

Part 1:
http://www.thehunterslair.com/index.php?showtopic=8167

Part 2:
http://www.thehunterslair.com/index.php?showtopic=8268

From the items on the list, you'd get the glove leather, some thinner leather for on the inside where the spikes attach, the leather needle, punch, and maybe the mallet. Use heavier duty thread to sew it.
Partnumbers may be old; Tandy website for new catalog and numbers is

http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com/choosec...osecountry.aspx

Tandy's also sells the things for the knuckles; they call em "pyramid spots", no need for a round hole or thin leather backing, just put a small slot where the points are and they get folded underneath to hold em on...
They also have the short dogcollar spikes, but they have a screw on the back so you'd need the hole and backing then.
But Studs & Spikes.com sounds like they have more variety :D

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Ei'luj
 

hellonearth

New Member
by the way the preds in AVP didn't have any... one of the many things they "forgot"... but they shouldn't be too hard to make, just remember if you're going for P1 style get reference pics of both hands cause they're different... not sure about P2...
 

Uratz

Member
You can also make them out of Latex gloves for mopping floors/ washing dishes.
That's what I'm doing with mine, I got some used ones that I'll airbrush over and cut.
 

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