The 10 Best Leather Gloves
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in January of 2018. Every wardrobe should include at least one pair of good quality leather gloves. Since your hands keep very busy, the accessories you wear on them need to be durable and flexible, but you shouldn't have to sacrifice style to keep your digits warm. We found an excellent range of options in a variety of materials that you'll be happy to wear when you drive, text, or just hit the town. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
June 09, 2020:
We realize that for most, gloves are just as much a fashion accessory as they are a utilitarian piece of clothing to keep warm, especially when it comes to leather gloves. With that in mind, we wanted to include some variety in the style offerings on this list. We also made sure to balance a few other factors, such as affordability, durability, and construction materials.
For the gentlemen who wants something with a little more flair than just a pair of plain leather gloves, but still wants something refined enough they can show up at any occasion, from professional to casual, wearing them, we recommend the Candor and Class Winter Touchscreen for those who want a premium pair, and the Harssidanzar Luxury Vintage who prefer something a bit more affordable. Both are made of sheepskin and available with a cashmere lining, but the materials in the former are of higher quality. If you are the type of man who likes rather plain accessories, but still needs something versatile enough for any type of event, the Harrms Texting fit the bill.
The Riparo Motorsports Full-Finger Driving are a sporty pair that are best-suited to mild climates, since they are unlined, while the Hestra Deerskin are a bit bulkier and thick enough to offer plenty of warmth. Both of these would only be suitable in casual situations, but still boast high-quality materials. If you need something rugged that can be used as ski gloves, the Burton Gondy are a top contender.
We have included quite a few options for women, as well. Ladies who prefer items that make a bit of a fashion statement will probably be drawn to the Warmen Nappa, with their noticeable button detailing, or the Warmen Half-Finger that provide a very 80s throwback style to an outfit. The UGG Turn Cuff, with their thick and cozy shearling cuff are all about comfort. Pair them with some boots from the same manufacturer and you will definitely stay nice and toasty on cold winter days. With a paired down style, but a long length the lends them some class, the Fownes Four-Button are a nice touch for a variety of situations.
Prada Women's Leather Gloves While they definitely aren't cheap, the Prada Women's Leather Gloves do a good job of walking the line between overly extravagant and refined. They feature embroidered details and a metallic, gold logo on the cuff, and have a small cut at the underside of the wrist that makes for easier donning and removal. prada.com
Coach Tech Napa Boasting both style and function, the Coach Tech Napa are made from a buttery soft leather and are compatible with touchscreen devices. They also feature a 100-percent wool lining that should keep those digits nice and warm, and signature branding at the wrist. coach.com