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- Elasticized wrist snugger
- Velcro wrist closure
- Perforated vent holes
- Made of the finest deerskin from North America
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Fine North American deerskin combined with classic driving glove styling make these gloves as good looking as they are comfortable. A Velcro wrist closure for an infinitely adjustable fit and cooling finger vent holes.
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- ASIN: B07CB1F1R7
- Date first listed on Amazon: May 31, 2006
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Making it a messy experience in your car cabin if you use these as driving gloves.
Would not recommend.
I am pretty thin for my height. If you are heavy, the glove will require some stretching to feel comfortable.
Note, like most other labels, even this one is made in China. Will see how well it lasts. I hope the distributor will provide good service if a problem develops -- I looked up their web site and it looks like one of the largest distributors of leather gloves.
In colour, the gloves are a more buttery-yellow (than "tan" would indicate) and have a visible pebbled grain to the matt leather. The deerskin is remarkably soft and supple with a silky feel on the outside and a fine suede texture on the inside.
The stitching is precise, uniform and well finished. Particularly of note is shark-tooth stitching on the wrist (palm-side) that conceals the hand-clinging elastic.
Design-wise these are classic unlined driving gloves. They feature the scooped racer-back, a Velcro-tab closure and perspiration holes along the back of each finger. The only Italian style-convention absent is the lack of knuckle holes and the designer price tag.
Great gloves, good price - good luck
I would not quite, as yet, call them a second skin. (This is with about a week of use.) And I cannot operate touch screen functions with them as yet either (perhaps this will come to be, as the leather stretches, but so far, it doesn't work).
I'm not disappointed, but I'm not totally impressed. I will likely seek another solution that will allow me to operate the touch screen and iPhone without removing the glove. But again, it is close, and I will give these gloves a bit more time to rise to the occasion.
As others have noted, too, the velcro is not as satisfying as a snap might be.