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Two weeks and they came apart at the seams
on January 23, 2013
I bought my son-in-law a pair of these for Christmas in 2011. He didn't need them until about three weeks ago. He said he used them about two weeks and they ripped apart at the seams along the thumbs. A pair of gloves this expensive should last at least one or two seasons. Carhart really surprised me making something that poor of quality. I have written Amazon to see if they will replace them or refund my money. If the newer ones are sewn better I would take replacements because he still needs the gloves. He was working in 11 degrees yesterday. With as many people's reviews showing that the seams are ripping, Amazon should pull these gloves off their site unless they have been improved.They are advertisd as work gloves. My son-in-law handles heavy propane tanks all day. He needs gloves that are warm, waterproof, tough, and that can grip well.