Thursday, November 16, 2017

Gloves

Photos by Salt Water New England
Question for the community:
Who makes the gloves you will be wearing this winter?

Some suggestions from readers:
Men's Cashmere Lined Calfskin Gloves from Brooks Brothers; Men's Herringbone Overcoat from Brooks Brothers; Bridle Leather Duffle from Lotuff

Women's Cashmere Lined Calfskin Gloves from Lord & Taylor;  Navy Blazer from J. McLaughlin

Dents Cotton Back/Leather Driving Gloves from Royal Male

Men's Rabbit Fur Lined Deerskin Gloves from L.L. Bean; Trunk Duffle from Lotuff; Tweed Shooting Jacket from House of Bruar

Women's Silk Lined Calfskin Gloves from Bergdorf Goodman; Harris Tweed Cape from Blarney Woollen Mills

Women's Lambskin Gloves from Darien Sport Shop;  Dubarry Tweed Jacket

15 comments:

  1. I'm a fan of the mitten - I do better with them in my climate because I get so cold and need my fingers together for extra warmth. Many of them are handknitted by me of wool from my Local Yarn Shop - really enjoying the Quince and Co. yarns now. :) For extremely cold days I have a pair of down mittens from REI.

    - ER

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  2. Bob Allen insulated shooting gloves...usually found in an inventory liquidation on EBAY.

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    1. Hi Charles, I just looked into your suggestion and I'm thinking of ordering a pair for my husband (Christmas). Thank you.

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    2. Very pleased with mine- looks good in the field and around town.

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  3. I agree with ER - mittens for me! Lauer deerskin lined mittens are fabulous. Cashmere lined leather gloves from Talbots (very old) for super fancy dress - but that's very rare, hence the very old gloves ;)

    For outdoor sports (xc skiing, snowshoeing, running, hiking) Swix makes an excellent glove. For alpine skiing, gauntlet mittens with hand-warmers.

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  4. Knit wool gloves and Carhartt insulated mittens for everything else (shoveling, clearing snow off of my car, winter walks).

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  5. Dents, established in 1777 - https://www.dents.co.uk.

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  6. I like the Battenkill Cashmere Lined Gloves in both black and brown from Orvis.

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  7. I'd recommend Chester Jeffries. After learning that Dent's doesn't make most of their gloves in England anymore, I went with Chester Jeffries. All of their gloves are made-to-order in England.

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  8. For whatever reason, the women in my family always got their gloves at Lord & Taylor when we lived in New York. Nice Italian calfskin. Now in warmer climes -- so Gore-Tex gloves, mainly when we are in ski country - REI.

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  9. CHester Jefferies currently have 10% off all gloves. CJXMAS17.
    WWW.CHESTERJEFFERIES.CO.UK

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  10. I wish I could show you my marvellous gloves and mittens. However, the Down Shop in Calgary is a small pretty boutique that I visit from time to time. They sell plush items for the bed and bath.

    Two days ago I noticed shearling gloves and mittens fron NewZealand. The price was

    $35 Canadian. I bought 2 pairs of gloves and a pair of mittens. I can assure you that these items are the only bargain in that store.

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  11. O'Connell's in Buffalo, NY has a large selection for men and women.

    http://www.oconnellsclothing.com/search.php?mode=search&page=1

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  12. Does the community have any tips on washing cashmere lined leather gloves before storing them? Thanks!

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  13. You know you're killing me. Thanks to you, I now own a pair of Chester Jeffries lambskin shearling gloves, two Cordings tweed caps, with a Lotuff leather case on the way...

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