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Getting Gloves Re-Palmed

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12-05-2007, 08:01 PM
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Getting Gloves Re-Palmed

Anyone ever had it done? I got a 2 year old pair of Eagle X70s that I ****ing love, that are starting to show a lot of wear (worn almost all the way through in the left palm, 4 of my fingers stick out through holes, etc). Anyone know of the cost and where I could get it done?

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I also have the same gloves and the same problom. I can't find anywhere that repalmes gloves near my house. A friend told me that I could take it to a shoe repair shop, witch I am hesitant to do that, but I might have to. BTW great gloves.


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nothing wrong with taking them to a shoe repair shop.


I've done it with gloves to get them repalmed as well as taken my skates in when a couple of the eyelits popped out and ripped through the leather of the skate

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contact eagle, you might be surprised at what kind of response you'd get by asking their customer service reps.

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Shoe repair or a tailor could help...but if all else fails there's fixitbymail.com

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