FAQ

Q:
Can I buy Wells Lamont products from you direct?
A: Wells Lamont sells gloves to retailers for resale purposes only. Unfortunately, we cannot sell directly to consumers. If you are interested in becoming a dealer of Wells Lamont gloves, please click on Dealer Site at the top of this page. If you are a consumer interested in purchasing gloves in bulk, please contact JMP Distributing at jmpgloves@gmail.com for information. Wells Lamont does not sell gloves to consumers in small bulk, but JMP Distributing may be able to assist you.

Q:
I have used your Store Locator to find a specific pair of Wells Lamont gloves, but no one in my area carries the style I want. How can I get the Wells Lamont gloves I am looking for?
A:

Wells Lamont cannot speak to what inventory retailers of our products have at any given time. Retailers we do business with include Walmart, Costco, Sam's, MidStates, True Value, Blain's, Meijer, Ace Hardware, Mills Farm & Fleet, Do It Best, Menards, Northern Tool, and Amazon.com among others. Please visit or contact one of these fine retailers to see what they have available.


Q:
Do you know who sells your gloves on the internet?
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Wells Lamont is not aware of all outlets distributors may sell our gloves through. To locate Wells Lamont gloves available for sale online, an internet search for Wells Lamont and the appropriate glove style number may yield results. For example, If you are searching for style 1132 in size small, do a web search using the search term Wells Lamont 1132S.


Q:
There are no prices listed on your website. Can you tell me how much a certain pair of gloves costs?
A:

Retailers of Wells Lamont products determine the price; we cannot quote prices on our website.


Q:
I'm looking for a certain glove, but don't see it on your website. Is it available?
A:

The Wells Lamont website lists all gloves currently produced by Wells Lamont. If the glove you are seeking is not on the website, it has been discontinued and is no longer available. We encourage you to visit your local retailer to select an alternative Wells Lamont glove that best suits your specific need. Wells Lamont is regularly introducing new products that better meet our loyal users' needs.


Q:
How do I identify the Wells Lamont style of the gloves I have?
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The Wells Lamont style number is located only on the ticketing attached to the glove at the time of purchase. Unfortunately, the tags inside the glove do not identify the specific style of glove, but are manufacturing location numbers. Please view all gloves currently produced by Wells Lamont on our website by clicking the Catalog tab to help you determine the style. If you do not find the glove in our online Catalog, it has been discontinued. We do not keep a supply of discontinued gloves.


Q:
Why do you discontinue certain styles of gloves?
A:

Wells Lamont is continually introducing new products to better meet our loyal users' needs. There are many reasons why a style may be discontinued. We are confident our product offering at any given time will meet the needs of our consumers.


Q:
How do I contact Wells Lamont Industrial?
A: Wells Lamont Industrial is a separate glove company specializing in safety gloves for businesses. Their website is www.wellslamontindustry.com.

Q:
Do your gloves come in sizes larger than XXL?
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Sizes each glove is available in are listed in the description of each glove style. Certain styles come as large as XXL, but Wells Lamont does not offer any sizes larger than XXL.


Q:
My Wells Lamont gloves say to use leather conditioner to clean them. What leather conditioner do you recommend and where can I find a leather conditioner?
A:

Stores specializing in leather products carry leather conditioners which work well on our gloves. You can also find leather conditioners near where shoes are sold. Internet searches for leather conditioners also yield many options for you to choose from.


Q:
Do you repair torn or worn out gloves?
A:

Wells Lamont does not offer any repair services.