March 31, 2016

Denim was a popular fabric several years ago, and has now been rejuvenated in a very modern, yet classic way, particularly for the stylish man.

Gone are the days of the traditional suit and tie. Now, grab some faded denim pants and patterned blazer, throw in peccary leather glace gloves, and you have the perfect ensemble for a spring afternoon!

A mix of natural materials complement perfectly to create a rugged, yet refined look. Classic glace leather gloves quite literally complement anything, and are the Ines Glove most suited to a warm spring afternoon in Canada.

Mix and match denim and leather this spring, as it becomes our go-to fabric of the season!


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Gloves Sizing Chart


Find out your leather glove size

Measure around your hand with a tape just below your knuckles indicated on the diagram below.
You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.
If you have a size in between, choose the smaller size if you like tight gloves.
Unlined gloves have the ability to adjust to the shape of your own hand and arm.
For lined gloves round up to the nearest size.
NOTE: if you are unsure about the size please contact ines@inesgloves.com
How to measure your gloves size

Sizing Chart Ines Leather Gloves

LONG GLOVES
Measure the circumference of widest part of upper arm.
Take note that the first time you put them on, unlined leather will adjust to the shape of your arm and body temperature and will stretch a bit more.
Long Leather Gloves Sizing Guide by Ines


PETITE GLOVES
See the petite product pages 
 
BOLERO
Click here for the special Ines gloves bolero sizing chart

NOTE: if you need help about the size please contact 
ines@inesgloves.com
Or chat with us on the right side down below.