Any one arm skier looking for left handed gloves?

ghutchghutch Posts: 219 Solid Baller
I have a buddy who lost his left arm below the elbow and has been looking for another skier who may only have their left arm to swap gloves out with. Obviously he only needs the right one. Just throwing this out there for him. He is a medium.


  • MISkierMISkier Posts: 3,495 Mega Baller
    Maybe Craig Timm out of Minnesota?
    The worst slalom equipment I own is between my ears.
  • dbutcherdbutcher Posts: 564 Crazy Baller
    I'd bet that if he contacted a glove manufacturer, they would be happy to furnish him with two right gloves for the same price as a regular pair. Or maybe even free.
  • APBAPB Posts: 456 Crazy Baller
    Send me your address. I’ve got a bunch and normally wear through my right glove.
  • swbcaswbca Posts: 808 Crazy Baller
    edited July 11
    An alternative . . . 2 gloves but cheap . . These Wells Lamont gloves work very well for water skiing. When I left my expensive gloves in a friends boat I picked these up at Menards lumber for $15. Have used them for a year with no visible wear.

    If anyone remembers the very first water skiing gloves happened when skiers bought a Left Hand and Right Hand Wells Lamont Golf glove. Then Wells Lamont started packing the same Golf Gloves in Pair for Water Skiers.

    Home of the world's first submersible slalom course.
  • marknmarkn Posts: 538 Mega Baller
    PM me with address. I wear out my left and all my rights are in good shape just sitting in a box. Tail 41's and Claws Kevlar. Happy to donate to a fellow skier.
  • skialexskialex Posts: 1,379 Mega Baller
    @ghutch my apologies in advance, hope you find something for your friend and hope you won’t hate me, but stupidly I want to respond to this with what came to my mind when I read the title…
    Where I come from, this was an old joke advertisement, not a very funny one…
    I know I will burn in hell, but couldn’t help it.
  • ghutchghutch Posts: 219 Solid Baller
    Thx guys. I will try and follow up tmrw with your suggestions. I knew where to turn and was not disappointed!
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