Expanding their collection of leather products, Tanner Goods have just released a line of handsomely simple driving gloves. The new line of gloves are soft and supple, molding to your hand with each wear. They come in a deerskin leather, a standard glove material, in both black and saddle tan.
Tanner also made a third option in the lesser known Horween Utica leather which is a full grain leather that’s been combination tanned, mill dyed, fat liquored and tumbled resulting in a smooth finish. It’s the same leather that was used by WWII paratroopers so it’s tough, but remains pliable enough for use in a glove.
To distinguish the leather a little further, they worked with the tannery to produce the Utica leather in a rich maple color. Each leather option is buttery soft and gorgeous from the get go and will only continue to break in and patina along the way much like a good pair of jeans.
You can purchase the deerskin gloves for $100 and the Utica version for $125 on Tanner’s website.