Having a hard time wrapping my head around this idea.
Points to ponder....
Why did early machinery builders use leather for the v-belts, but they have now been replaced by rubber belts?
Why are tires made from rubber, not leather, esp. if leather grips so well when wet that you would not have to use a golf glove with leather grips?
Why did golf manufacturers go from leather grips to rubber?
Why do baseball pitchers feel the need to use resin on their pitching hand?
Why do they have to use so many baseballs in a game?
Leather absorbs and expands/contracts as it gets wetter, then dries out. It will rot, unless oiled or otherwise treated. Ask anyone who played baseball.
Why do people have so many slips/falls when wearing leather soled shoes/boots? Esp. when coming inside from the wet weather?
Sorry, but even at $1/grip, I would never purchase, nor use them.
You want a golf grip that you do not need to use a glove with, and still grips when wet, get Lamkins. Esp. the CL Black.