Geier Glove Company has been making leather driving gloves and leather work gloves and gauntlets here in the state of Washington for over 70 years, and more recently moccasins. Their leather gloves and moccasins are known throughout the West for quality in fit and wear. Full-grain deer, goat, kangaroo, bison and elkskins are used.
The Geier gloves we carry are made in the Gunn pattern. The seams along the
fingers are at the back to provide longer wear, leaving a smooth surface where
the fingers apply stress. There is a seam on the inside at the base of the two
central fingers. Except on the lightweight gloves, welts are used on the seams
of the thumb and base of fingers to protect the seams from wear. The thumb is
the stick-out or wing pattern, for easy thumb movement.