The J. Edwards Glove Company began in a small backyard manufacturing plant located in Appleton, Wisconsin in the early 1940ês. John Edwards was a tradesman who saw the need for a better glove for his industryês workers. Ironically, the things workers look for in a glove have not changed much over time: durability, comfort, and fit.
So, Edwards set out to create a glove that could meet the high standards for hand protection, but with a lower price tag. He knew Wisconsin tanned Buckskin leather was the material of choice to get the job done.
It wasnêt long before local power utility... (more)