Style: leather gloves

Style

Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:10 pm

Deerskin gloves    

$98 at Orvis, Glendale    

These chestnut gloves are made entirely of deerskin. The faux fur trim adds a stylish touch to these warm gloves for your work commute. Not only are they luxurious, but they are also lined with a lambswool, cashmere and nylon blend. The soft leather is great for grabbing onto a cold steering wheel and the pointer finger and thumb are also touchscreen compatible for your smartphone.


Supple leather gloves

$24 at H&M, Glendale    

An inexpensive option for leather gloves this winter are these soft, supple leather gloves from H&M. With pure leather and acrylic lining, they will still get the job done. This pair’s premium quality will protect your hands from cold winter conditions.


Cobrino Corto by Carolina Amato

$130 at Aversa, Glendale

These black leather gloves are made of embossed lambskin, with pure cashmere lining. They are made in Italy and are sure to keep your hands warm and dry. The soft leather is perfect for holding slippery cell phones on the go, and to keep you toasty when brushing your car off before work.


Shinola + Geier deerskin lined gloves

$148 at Brooks Brothers, Glendale    

These customized unisex gloves are perfect for frigid winter weather. Featuring a polypropylene-lined interior, the soft exterior is deerskin. The Shinola rivet is hemmed on the back bottom of each glove. They come in either saddle or black, and are available in half sizes to guarantee a perfect fit.

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