- Soft lambskin
- Durable glove
- Designed at Randers Glove Factory in the late 1950s
- Water repellent 3M nano-technology
- Hematite gilt Kalmus flower
The modern driving glove is characterized by the classic holes for the knuckles, a cut on the backhand and small holes on the fingers. Driving gloves in brandy colored skins are without lining. This gives you the softest and most ultimate hands-on feel when used.
We sell this brandy coloured driving glove from royal court supplier Rhanders, formerly known as Randers Glove Factory, as they meet the high demands for craftsmanship and quality that characterize Wilgart’s range of hats and accessories.
Comes in exclusive solid black gift box and fortified gold writing.
Remember that the Rhanders provide service, as well as sell the gloves individually from their website, in case you should be unlucky to lose one of the two gloves.
The driving glove appeared in the early 1800s. The cars of the time were with metal steering wheel which became very cold during the winter months and often without a roof. The driving gloves protected the driver of a car from the weather and wind. Later, they were used by racing drivers to increase comfort and performance. Today, the driving glove is seen as an accessory that provides cool factor, and contributes to driving comfort and driving pleasure for veteran car enthusiasts. The driving glove gives the classic gentleman edge, and does it in a stylish way.