Custom made for Todd's Costumes, these gloves are perfect copies of the gloves made by Western Costumes for "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (which were patterned after off-the-shelf Wells-Lamont work gloves). Soft cowhide leather, straight thumb seams, matching color binding.
Measure middle finger from tip to first knuckle.
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Posted by Hilmir Kolbeins. on 8th Aug 2012
This is my second pair of todd´s gloves. I stared using them in the garden to give them natural disstress, using the axe on the tree, handling the tree and other things.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jun 2012
i use the gloves aroun the yard for work, and out in the field, treasure hunting, work great, feel great.got two pairs.i have had hardwear store types, but these are superior than most.great deal for the price.
Posted by Indiana Joe on 25th Apr 2012
Allright, so these are the second pair of leather gloves i own. The first are a pair of
climbing gloves, by one of the best climbing companies, the second being todds. Now im going to be comparing them. Out of the bag, they have an odd smell, which quickly goes away, i suspect its due to the leather, but it smells somewhat like flour. They are very soft when you first get them, they didnt require very much breaking in at all... they arent very thick, which can be good or bad, on the plus they arent as heavy, on the down they dont have as much padding, but they werent made for rock climbing... when i took them out of the box, i went to the woods, and climbed a few trees with them, and they work like a charm, so any previous thoughts about them not being tough, are gone. I wouldnt try rock climbing in them though.... They do keep your hands warm in the cold mornings, but in a hot California afternoon, they dont make your hands sweaty. Thats another good reason why them not being thick is good... Overall a good buy, no big problems with them, just some things were unexpected, but the unexpected isnt necessarily bad. Oh and i ordered mine clean, so that they would get dirty naturally.
Posted by raven7dp on 26th Feb 2012
This is the latest piece of gear I picked up from Todd's. At first the blanched look of the leather put me off, but I've found that with plently of aging and distress they will look the part. I was a little disappointed with the change in the stitching on the back of the glove. Not the screen accurate design, but definitely a passable looking glove for a great costume.
Posted by mike scott on 5th Oct 2011
I've owned several pairs of these Todd's Raiders Gloves. I wear gloves all the time, and it's hard to find a good glove and to find them at this price is too good to be true. The fact that they are spot on with movie accurate details is a real added bonus!
Posted by Gailen David on 22nd Sep 2011
The only thing I didn't like in the aged gloves was the use of red, I guess it suppose to be blood. Do away with that and they are great. aging is well done.
Posted by Kalen Ortiz on 20th Sep 2011
I bought my gloves a few years back, before the change in stitching. I used them for yard work constantly until they had a really good Indy Vibe to them and now I just use them with my costume. The durability of my gloves was questionable, but they held up well enough for yard work.
Posted by Zane on 20th Sep 2011
I owned these gloves for a couple of year now. I purchased the distressed version and they look amazing! I wear them with my costume every Halloween. Wonderful inexpensive version of the perfect Indy gloves.
Posted by jvpeters on 19th Sep 2011
Todd nailed this glove with the proper thumbs. Unfortunately the stitching has been changed to a zig-zag design and is not the more accurate straight stitch as shown in the pictures. Still, a decent glove and a good price, but not as accurate with the change.
I would NOT get the weathered version. I returned a set as they were very poorly done. Just weather them yourself by using them in the yard or holding onto the front grill of a fast moving truck.
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