Crafted by Dalgado

Brown Adriano Peccary Leather Gloves

ON SALE
$ 229
Normal Price
$ 269
Earn $17 Credit

Dalgado makes a subtle statement, so that you can too. They’ve subverted the world of fast fashion, handcrafting their trend-neutral pieces locally. Which means their designs are timeless. The Adriano Peccary Leather Gloves are a pair of handmade, Italian leather gloves.

Order now to receive by 25 Jan - 27 Jan

Sizing

Please store me in a cool, dry place when unworn to best preserve my quality and longevity.

Shipping & returns 

Description

Handcrafted, well-considered and sustainable: Dalgado's the opposite of fast fashion, but designs accessories that can quickly switch up your look. The Adriano Peccary Leather Gloves are a pair of handmade, Italian leather gloves. They're made by a fourth-generation family business in Naples, from fine leather, and have been designed for comfortable wear with a small back opening and cashmere lining.

Story

Details are the difference for German accessories maker Dalgado. From design to production, every stage is well-considered before it’s carried out. Handcrafted by German and Italian artisans, their belts and gloves are intricate and eye-catching – statement enough to switch up your style, but subtle enough to fit any occasion.

Features

• Handmade in Italy, • Handsewn, • Full-Grain Peccary Leather, • 100% Cashmere Lining, • Classical Decorative Stitching on The Back of The Glove, • Small Opening on The Back for Enhanced Wearing Comfort

Special Care

USE AND STORAGE Gently pull your leather gloves over your hand by switching between pulling the back and the palm of the glove down towards your wrist. Don’t push down between the fingers. When you want to take off your gloves, first pull each finger individually and then all fingers at once. We recommend not wearing your gloves on consecutive days, so they can dry completely. Especially cashmere lining can wear off quickly if it does not dry completely between wearings. Make sure to store your gloves on a flat surface, ideally keeping light and dark colours separated, and away from any heat source, such as the sun or heating. DRYING Avoid rain and water as much as possible. If your gloves do become wet, however, you can dry them on a flat surface at room temperature. Do not dry your gloves on your heater or in the sun, as your gloves might shrink and become brittle. Put on your gloves several times during the drying process so that your gloves can reshape on your hands. In order to restore the elasticity of the gloves, stretch your gloves by carefully pulling them over the edge of a table while holding the fingers of the gloves in one hand and the opening of the glove in the other hand. Afterwards, stretch the fingers of the gloves individually from the root of the fingers to the finger tips. CLEANING Leather gloves are delicate which is why we always advise to seek professional assistance for any kind of stain. If you want to treat your gloves pre-emptively, you can apply some colourless milking grease or leather care products. Wipe off any excessive care products. For smaller stains which have not dried yet, you can follow these care instructions at your own risk: 1) Prepare a lukewarm solution of soap with lots of natural fats. These fats will help prevent the glove from drying out. 2) Carefully wash the outside leather of the gloves with the solution. Make sure that the glove does not get too wet. Dab any excess water with a soft clean cloth. 3) Let the gloves dry naturally at room temperature on a flat surface and avoid any kind of heat source such as the sun, heater, dryer etc. 4) Put on your gloves several times during the drying process so that your gloves can reshape on your hands.

More from Dalgado