The best leather gloves for men to keep your hands on the job this winter

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Whether you’re rebuilding a fence post or walking down Park Avenue, carrying a briefcase or toolbox, there is a pair of leather gloves for you. We have yet to find another material that can match the warmth, durability, and dressy and casual styling potential of leather. And despite its reputation for price, there are plenty of affordable options. But with so much to choose from, it can be difficult to find the right pair for you in terms of price, functionality, and style. As such, we have scoured the market to find a variety of leather gloves that are not only well priced, but run the gamut from expensive to inexpensive. Some are everyday touch gloves; others are durable buckskin mittens. All of them keep your hands warm, no matter how cold the temperature drops.

Give’r Classic Give’r gloves

Jackson Hole-based Give’r created an inexpensive icon with their gloves, which come in three different variations. You can buy a lightweight unlined pair for $ 29 or the tougher 4-season gloves for $ 114, but we think for $ 45 the mid-priced Classic Give’r gloves are the best choice for most guys. Fleece-lined mittens are known as the 100-use glove for good reasons: their beautiful yellow color, warm insulation, and hand-scratched leather. These gloves are durable enough for the toughest jobs. And while it’s not really necessary, we love that you can get your initials engraved on your new pair for free.

Buy Now $ 45

Red Wing Heritage Men’s Gloves

These gloves are made of 3.25 ounce suede leather tanned in the same way as the famous Red Wing shoes. You can choose them in three different colors: black, brown or nutmeg). You can also go for sizes small to extra large, and you should make sure to go for a smaller size. Natural leather tends to stretch, so you can break these gloves the same way you might break a pair of quality Red Wing boots. The gloves are lined with a 40 gram Thinsulate liner which adds lots of warmth without too much bulk.

Buy Now $ 88

Kinco pigskin ski gloves

The ski gloves are reminiscent of synthetic materials with robust characteristics with technical characteristics like Omni-Heat and Polartec. But you can still get a great pair of leather ski gloves, a pair like these Kinco gloves. The company claims that its pigskin will outlast both cowhide and fabric ski gloves. There are leather patches on the palm and fingers, areas heavily worn by skiers. The glove is filled with a thermal liner that will keep your fingers cool no matter how fast you descend the mountain. Even the wettest snow is no match for the waterproofing wax that covers the leather.

Buy Now $ 23

Hestra Granvik

Hestra cuts her Granvik gloves from supple elk leather, then covers them with an insulating terry wool that wicks away moisture and feels as nice as it looks. They are available in four different colors, standard black and brown varieties as well as olive green-brown and red-yellow combinations which are a bit more available than the other gloves on this list. Beyond their style, the quick draw cord that seals out drafts at the wrist and is held in place by an elastic-backed interior section is probably our favorite feature of these toasty gloves.

Buy Now $ 180

Danner Elkskin unlined glove

The brilliant mark of the Danner Elkskin Unlined Glove comes from its low profile. They’re fantastic for cold weather but not brutally cold, those mid-temperatures when you don’t want to leave the house without gloves but too much padding will leave your hands sweaty and filthy when you get to your destination. The unlined quality of these gloves also means you can feel more through your fingers, and the elk leather feels nice and grippy, so you don’t have to worry about things slipping out of your hands.

Buy Now $ 50

Canada Goose Luxury Quilted Gloves

While not as iconic (or ubiquitous) as their winter coats, the Canada Goose gloves are nonetheless a solid choice if you’re looking for a slightly dressier glove. Under the ribbed leather seams, waterproof insulation stretches throughout, creating the warmest glove on this list. Although the dexterity is such that you can easily send text messages with the index finger touchpad, it is very sturdy. The designers had the good sense to reinforce the leather in the most worn places.

Buy Now $ 125

Filson North Pacific Leather Mitts

When it comes to cold, wet Pacific Northwest winters, local outerwear company Filson knows what your frozen fingers need most: each other. His North Pacific leather mittens grip the fingers together, swaddling them in a wet or dry woolen lining wrapped in wild buckskin. These mittens are a bit large, so you can put on a pair of liner gloves before you put them on. On really cold days, you’ll appreciate the option of wearing what is essentially a base layer for your hands.

Buy Now $ 150

Timberland Mixed Panel Gloves

Combining neoprene and leather in the right places, the Timberland Mixed-Media Panel gloves use both materials to their advantage. On the tip of the index finger and on the high wear area of ​​the back, a shiny black goat leather is applied. On the palms and wrists there is a waterproof neoprene, which adheres wet or dry. Their combination is both touchscreen friendly and incredibly convenient.

Buy Now $ 58

Uline Cowhide Gloves

Are you looking for a good deal? Look no further than these Uline cowhide gloves. They cost a fraction of the price of other products on this list, but you still get a leather glove with an elastic strap that keeps the cold away from your hands. Uline’s offering isn’t fancy – in fact, the company claims it is a favorite with long-haul operators and truckers – but they’ll do more than get the job done for the season. You can un-lined pairs for $ 11 each, but we think it’s worth getting doubled pairs for $ 12 each. These gloves are so inexpensive that they come in packs of three, so even if a pair does wear out, you will have a few more out of the box.

Buy Now $ 12


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