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Table Cut

Men's Hairsheep Handsewn Lambskin Lined

Art.nr 21820 Color 760

Warm, classic lambskin lined glove for the coldest days.
USD 275.00 - Buy

Materials

Outer material

Hairsheep

is a thin and soft leather with high gloss. The finest hairsheep originates from the high altitude in Ethiopia and is tanned and dyed in Naples.

Lining

Lambskin

is our warmest lining and insulates your hands well during the coldest winter days.

Details

Elastic

helps the glove to stay in place and protects against cold air.

Handsewn

To hand sew a pair of gloves takes about two hours. Gives a beautiful and characteristic seam that is also easy to repair.

Points

Three lines of decorative stitchings on the back of the hand.

Table Cut

The glove is cut according to the French method, dating back to the 17th century yet unmatched for the perfect fit.

Quirks

is the little triangles between each finger. Increases the comfort of the glove and reduces the strain on the seams.

Hairsheep Handsewn Lambskin Lined

USD 275.00

Table Cut

Hairsheep Handsewn Lambskin Lined

Art.nr 21820 Color 760

Warm, classic lambskin lined glove for the coldest days.

USD 275.00

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