Can anyone help me find these gloves or something similar please? Men's Dent gloves.

(7 Posts)
CharminglyOdd Thu 24-Jan-13 18:17:31

I have been looking for the perfect gloves for DP, which he needs anyway, since September. Finally found them but they aren't in his size (small) and anything similar from Dent's website is out of my budget.

Can anyone point me in the direction of something similar please, of similar quality and style but for approx £60? His birthday was yesterday and I'm pretty gutted they'd sold out when I went to get them... Mumsnet is my final port of call as I can't find them on the Internet! Colour isn't important but something he can wear to work is a must, they should also be warm and have leather/something similar on the outside. He has skiing gloves, running gloves and woolly gloves but not work gloves.

I'm a bit funny about Internet shopping so I'd prefer to get them either from a shop where I can physically return them or the manufacturers (who should be very easy to deal with). Particularly in case he doesn't like them! Huge thanks to anyone who can help, I'm feeling desperate!

CeeceeBloomingdale Thu 24-Jan-13 18:19:50
CeeceeBloomingdale Thu 24-Jan-13 18:20:55

Sorry just realised you don't want online. I don't do real shops very often so no idea

CeeceeBloomingdale Thu 24-Jan-13 18:23:53
helpyourself Thu 24-Jan-13 18:31:01

TK Maxx always have Dents gloves.

Ladyflip Thu 24-Jan-13 20:20:51

Where are you? The Dents factory shop is in Warminster in Wiltshire if you can get there. They are helpful on the phone so you could probably ring and ask them if they have them in stock.

CharminglyOdd Fri 25-Jan-13 22:18:03

Thank you all very much. I will head over to TKMaxx tomorrow. Unfortunately I'm not near Warminster - it's 3 hrs on the train from where I work (Brum).

I will keep my eyes peeled and keep going back to Asos... my issue with Internet shopping is that I only trust a handful of shops but I know the Asos brand so I wouldn't mind buying from them so thanks for the link smile

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