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Leather Gloves Sizing Guide

What's my glove size? Use the size chart below:

Finding your size is quick and easy, ensuring the perfect fit. Just follow the instructions below. And never fear – with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee you’re always covered with helpful customer service and free shipping on returns and exchanges.

Numeric Sizes
These are the same as your measurement in inches. Round up or down to the nearest size.

Letter Sizes
Use the chart above to convert inches to letters. Round up or down to the nearest size.

Half Sizes (if available)
Round up to the nearest half size.

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We want you to be 100% satisfied with your order from Leather Gloves Online. If your new gloves don’t fit perfectly or aren’t what you expected, simply return them in their original, unworn condition within 60 days and we’ll send you a new size or different style, or provide a full refund on the purchase price.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what size leather gloves to buy?

Measuring your hand with a tape measure is essential to determine the perfect glove size. Simply measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles and refer to the Leather Gloves Online sizing chart.

Can I wear leather gloves in the rain?

While it's not recommended to wear leather gloves in heavy rain, as it can damage the leather, light rain or wet conditions can be suitable for leather gloves, as they remain waterproof and can keep your hands dry and comfortable.

How often should I clean and condition my leather gloves?

We recommend cleaning and conditioning your leather gloves every 2-3 months, depending on usage.

Can I wear leather gloves for winter sports?

Yes, leather gloves can be suitable for winter sports. For the warmest lining option, we suggest selecting gloves with a rabbit fur lining, which will keep your hands cozy and comfortable even in the chilliest conditions.

How can I remove stains from my leather gloves?

Use a leather cleaner or soap designed specifically for leather gloves to remove stains. Stubborn stains may require professional cleaning services to avoid damaging the leather.

What is the best leather thickness for gloves?

For a luxurious and elegant look, a thinner leather such as lambskin, deerskin, peccary, or goatskin would be ideal. For heavy-duty work or motorcycle use, a thicker leather such as cowhide provides the ultimate protection and durability.

Should leather gloves be tight or loose?

For a luxurious and refined look, gloves should fit like a second skin. A close fit provides a streamlined look that complements any outfit. For utilitarian use, a slightly looser fit may be preferred.

Should leather gloves be tight at first?

Yes, a slightly tight glove at first will mold to the hand over time, providing the perfect fit and a luxurious feel. Thicker leathers, such as deerskin and cowhide, require a bit more time to soften and conform to the hand.

How do you break in new leather gloves?

Breaking in a new pair of leather gloves takes time. Start by wearing the gloves for short periods of time, gradually increasing the length of wear each time. Apply a high-quality leather conditioner regularly, and try bending and flexing the gloves with your hands while they're not in use.

How long should leather gloves last?

A well-made pair of leather gloves can last for many years with proper care and maintenance. Regular conditioning, cleaning, and proper storage can help prolong the life of the gloves, ensuring that they remain stylish and luxurious for many years to come.

Are leather gloves worth it?

A high-quality pair of leather gloves is an investment in both fashion and function, providing unparalleled comfort and protection. With proper care and attention, a well-made pair of gloves can last for many years, becoming a cherished and beloved accessory that stands the test of time.

Are leather gloves warmer than wool gloves?

Leather gloves are warmer than wool gloves because of the unique properties of leather. Leather is a naturally insulating material that provides excellent protection against the cold. Leather gloves are often lined with luxurious materials such as rabbit fur, cashmere, or silk, which provide additional warmth and comfort.

Why are leather gloves so expensive?

The price tag of leather gloves reflects the craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into creating them. At Leather Gloves Online, every pair of gloves is handmade in Italy by skilled craftsmen, using the finest materials and executed with care and precision.

In addition to their exquisite craftsmanship, high quality leather gloves are a worthwhile investment that can last for many years. Unlike cheap gloves that easily break, our gloves are made from the highest quality leather and lined with superior materials approved by EU standards, ensuring longevity and durability. By investing in a pair of our leather gloves, you can trust that you'll have a reliable and stylish accessory for many years to come.

How do you know if a leather glove is too small/big?

A proper-fitting glove should be snug without feeling too tight or constricting. Signs that a glove may be too big include slipping or sliding around on your hand, excess material around the fingers or palm, or fingertips extending beyond your own. On the other hand, if the glove feels loose or floppy, it may also be too big. It's generally better to size down if you're unsure about the fit, as leather gloves tend to stretch and conform to your hand over time. This also helps ensure a snug fit, which is essential for proper insulation and comfort.