Last week I happened to be talking to someone at 3M about hunting gloves, and the topic turned to counterfeit components.
Turns out, this supplier had caught a particular manufacturer using counterfeit Thinsulate while producing branded gloves. It seemed like an important story to share.
Here’s an unpleasant truth: there are disreputable factories promising brand name textiles, but what you see isn’t always what you get.
Here’s how to make sure that you get the glove -- and the components -- that you and your customers have paid for.