• Barbour

    Hedley Gloves

    There's something about the Fair Isle knit that just screams seasonal winter garment, isn't there? This pair from Barbour features a Fair Isle middle cuff, and are crafted from 100% lambswool.

  • Universal Works

    Wool/Nylon Gloves

    This pair of gloves are true to Universal Works' contemporary, workwear style. In a wool and nylon grey marl, they're finished off with a mustard leather trim.

  • Howlin'

    Bergen Gloves

    Drawing on their Scottish roots, Howlin' creates unique versions of classic designs based on archive knits. This pair is made from 100% virgin wool and features an all-jacquard design.

  • Margaret Howell

    Knitted Lambswool

    These olive green gloves have a textured knit design which adds an extra layer of insulation, for the perfect blend of style and practicality.

  • Polo Ralph Lauren

    Black Woollen Gloves

    Keep things simple and stylish with this black woollen pair from Polo Ralph Lauren, finished off with their trademark embroidered logo on the right cuff.

  • Penfield

    Noma Fingerless Gloves

    If you need instant access to your touch screen smart phone, then fingerless gloves may be the ones for you. These Penfield ones have a contemporary feel, which will go a long way in shedding stereotypical hobo-vibes.

  • Carhartt

    Logg Gloves

    These Carhartt Logg gloves in hamilton brown have a stretchable knit and feature faux leather palms for added grip.

  • Paul Smith

    Twist Stripe Glove

    These multi-colored lambswool gloves from British-label Paul Smith feature a longer length design with a ribbed opening for a snug fit.

  • Kenzo

    Tiger Gloves

    Kenzo are back with another strong print from their Fall/Winter 2013 collection, this time re-imagining their signature tiger motif on a pair of gloves.

  • Norse Projects x Hestra

    Svante Glove

    Norse Projects have teamed up with seasoned outdoor brand Hestra for this pair of expert winter gloves, with a 100% wool lining, deerskin palm and elasticated cuffs.

Accessories October, 16 2013

Buyer’s Guide: 10 Pairs of Knitted Gloves

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Gloves are always the one winter accessory I think I can do without. I’ll just put my hands in my pockets or rub them together if necessary when things take a dip in temperature. But once the cold takes hold of your hands it immobilizes them like they’ve looked at Medusa dead in the eye. Before you know it, even texting reduces you to a pathetic, vulnerable weakling. We believe the best preventative measure is to immerse them in the warmth of a pair of knitted gloves, so we’ve put together a list of 10 decently priced ones to get ahold of before it’s too late. Top tip: for digits as flexible and limber as gold medal-winning gymnasts, keep your gloves on the radiator.