As one of the last US glove makers, Sullivan Gloves hold true to their original commitment of enduring craftsmanship. American Grade A deer hides are cut using decades old, form fitting patterns that give each pair minimal seams for more comfort and less points of failure.
In 1941, Edward Sullivan began making gloves for shipbuilders during war time. When the war was over he relocated the company to Bend, Oregon because of the availability of deer hides. Originally the company served as a hide house that would take in hides from local hunters to be tanned and made into gloves.
Sullivan Gloves are hand sewn in Bend, Oregon USA.