Deerskin gloves dark brown non-touchscreen

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1747
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Not compatible with touchscreen devices. For touchscreen-compatible versions, see our other gloves.

Deerskin is the best leather for gloves. Deerskin is more durable and wrinkle-resistant than soft leathers such as lamb and capeskin, while still having a smooth texture appropriate for wearing with a suit.

Cashmere lining keeps your hands warm and dry, unlike gloves without lining, which are only suitable for autumn temperatures.
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Made in United Kingdom

To determine your size, measure the circumference of your hands excluding the thumb. Measure your hands at the widest point, which is usually around the knuckles. If in between sizes, round up.

Most men are 8.5 to 10.5. Most women are 7 to 8.5.

Are the gloves for men and women?

Yes, the gloves are unisex and fit men and women.

Do you make size 8, 9, 10?

No, we only make sizes 7, 7.5, 8.5, 9.5, 10.5. If you're in between sizes, round up. In our experience, our size range covers 95% of men and women.

Can you make custom gloves?

Unfortunately, due to staff retirement at our glovemaker, we can no longer take custom orders.

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We like the classically designed Kent Wang Deerskin Gloves, which are made of calf leather and deerskin… The Kent Wang gloves’ deerskin exterior shed moisture and prevented water stains better than most other leather gloves… Both sets of leather gloves fit our testers’ hands well, with a little more give in the knuckles and palms than other leather gloves, which can be too constricting. This helps with typing dexterity and means you’re less likely to take the gloves off in frustration when responding to a quick Slack message or an email.

Deerskin gloves do not require conditioner, oil, or any products. The touchscreen-compatible treatment is infused throughout the leather and will never wear off.

If the gloves become soiled, wipe the gloves with a damp cloth. If stains still remain, add a small amount of soap to the damp cloth. Let the gloves dry completely before wearing them again. Do not dry the gloves over heat.

The gloves can be worn in rain, but do not submerge in water.