Deerskin gloves dark brown non-touchscreen
This design is being discontinued and won't be restocked. If your desired size is out of stock, please purchase our touchscreen gloves instead.
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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To determine your size for our ready-to-wear gloves, 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.
We can make bespoke gloves based on a scan of your hands. This takes 6-8 weeks. There is a one-time $25 charge to create your pattern, but no charge for reorders.
To place your order, select Bespoke as the size. Email us a scan of both hands. If you don't have a scanner, just go to a local print shop such as FedEx Office.
- Place your hand in the middle of the scanner, with the fingers spread about 0.5" apart, in a natural position.
- Scan both hands. Scan one hand at a time.
- Scan directly to PDF format as this preserves the scale correctly. Don't convert a JPG into PDF, as this won't preserve the scale.
- After scanning, print the PDF onto paper and compare with your hands. If the print doesn't match your hands, then ask the print shop technician for help.
Bespoke orders may be produced in the following colors. Only black and dark brown are available in touchscreen leather.
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.