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Pmringer
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I have tried various tabs, both three under and split as well as several style gloves including those with cordura tips and have found a classic cordovan tipped glove works best for me. I shoot split much better and while the release and accuracy is good with the cordura tipped glove it is often louder and I get more frequent poor releases. That being said the glove in the link has worked great but the durability is awful. The tip stitching wears out in less than a few months. Does anyone have any recommendations for something similar to the glove in the provided link that will hold up better?

https://www.3riversarchery.com/cordovan-traditional-archery-shooting-glove.html

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McDave
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I think the E W Bateman cordovan glove is what youíre looking for. It costs more than the one you linked, but itís worth it.

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Pmringer
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quote:
Originally posted by McDave:
I think the E W Bateman cordovan glove is what youíre looking for. It costs more than the one you linked, but itís worth it.

Looks to be what I am looking for. The one I am using keeps wearing out our the side of the finger so I think these should work.

Thanks!

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John Malone
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Ive used tons of gloves, started making my own or replacing the leather tips. The one you linked is a bad design imo. I never use a glove were the stitching is located in the working area of the tip it wears the stitching.

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