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 Post subject: Re: Educate me please
Unread postPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:51 pm 
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Wake wrote:
Rolin/Barraza, Hawk, Brown, Guerrero, Crespo, Rosa, Soto, Rodriguez, Domin, Salinas, NV, Swenson, Trevino, Palomares, Valle......I am certain I missed a few.

I have owned many MX made gloves and currently possess a Rolin, Hawk and Brown....each have great quality leather and each of the gloves I have, exhibit fine workmanship.

They are priced right and customization is available.


Trevino and Brown are made in USA.


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MichaelBaker wrote:
Wake wrote:
Rolin/Barraza, Hawk, Brown, Guerrero, Crespo, Rosa, Soto, Rodriguez, Domin, Salinas, NV, Swenson, Trevino, Palomares, Valle......I am certain I missed a few.

I have owned many MX made gloves and currently possess a Rolin, Hawk and Brown....each have great quality leather and each of the gloves I have, exhibit fine workmanship.

They are priced right and customization is available.


Trevino and Brown are made in USA.



Wake is correct about the Trevino and Brown gloves, unless something has recently changed. Is there a Made in USA stamp on the gloves?

Not sure about the lower priced Valle gloves, but I have one of their Limited Editions, and it was made it Taiwan. I confirmed that with John Valle before purchasing the glove. Looks and feels nothing like the the MX gloves.

I have two Rolin's and they are great gloves. If you are looking for a Rolin/Barazza, JC will definitely take care of you.


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BuffaloGlover wrote:
MichaelBaker wrote:
Wake wrote:
Rolin/Barraza, Hawk, Brown, Guerrero, Crespo, Rosa, Soto, Rodriguez, Domin, Salinas, NV, Swenson, Trevino, Palomares, Valle......I am certain I missed a few.

I have owned many MX made gloves and currently possess a Rolin, Hawk and Brown....each have great quality leather and each of the gloves I have, exhibit fine workmanship.

They are priced right and customization is available.


Trevino and Brown are made in USA.



Wake is correct about the Trevino and Brown gloves, unless something has recently changed. Is there a Made in USA stamp on the gloves?

Not sure about the lower priced Valle gloves, but I have one of their Limited Editions, and it was made it Taiwan. I confirmed that with John Valle before purchasing the glove. Looks and feels nothing like the the MX gloves.

I have two Rolin's and they are great gloves. If you are looking for a Rolin/Barazza, JC will definitely take care of you.

They definitely are.
http://glove-works.getforum.org/post31979.html?hilit=browngloves#p31979
http://trevinogloves.net/


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 Post subject: Re: Educate me please
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BuffaloGlover wrote:
MichaelBaker wrote:
Wake wrote:
Rolin/Barraza, Hawk, Brown, Guerrero, Crespo, Rosa, Soto, Rodriguez, Domin, Salinas, NV, Swenson, Trevino, Palomares, Valle......I am certain I missed a few.

I have owned many MX made gloves and currently possess a Rolin, Hawk and Brown....each have great quality leather and each of the gloves I have, exhibit fine workmanship.

They are priced right and customization is available.


Trevino and Brown are made in USA.



Wake is correct about the Trevino and Brown gloves, unless something has recently changed. Is there a Made in USA stamp on the gloves?

Not sure about the lower priced Valle gloves, but I have one of their Limited Editions, and it was made it Taiwan. I confirmed that with John Valle before purchasing the glove. Looks and feels nothing like the the MX gloves.

I have two Rolin's and they are great gloves. If you are looking for a Rolin/Barazza, JC will definitely take care of you.


All Trevinos are marked on the wrist patch: TREVINO tm PEARSALL TX the TX meaning Texas. Can't speak how the Brown gloves are marked, but I know they are made by Trevino.


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 Post subject: Re: Educate me please
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Pearsall is definitely in the USA.

http://www.city-data.com/city/Pearsall-Texas.html

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