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Discussion: Nokona Glove Overhaul
|Aug. 25, 2011|
|Nokona Glove Overhaul|
My Nokona that I've had for the last 15 years was getting a little long in the tooth. The inside was rotted out, the thumb and pinky finger straps were both broken etc. It is the best glove I've ever had so I hated to part with it. I contacted Nokona and they provide me an RMA # to return it to them for an estimate for repair. I just got it back, after about 4 weeks and it's basically a new glove. All the damaged areas were totally replaced and the charge was only $80.00. As it was 180.00 new so it seems like a good deal to me.
One more reason to buy the only glove made in the USA.
|Aug. 27, 2011|
|Anyone know if Rawlings provides a like or similar service?|
|Aug. 27, 2011|
|I'm sure everyone has their own favorite glove repair service, but Sandalady has repaired at least five different gloves for me including a complete pocket replacement on an A2000. Her rates for repair are reasonable and if you call, you'll talk to her directly about anything regarding your glove care and repair.|
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