Learn more about Ines' leather gloves sizing
To measure your hand, please refer to our sizing chart and instructions here.
If you have a size in between, choose the smaller size if you like tight gloves.
Unlined gloves crafted from highest quality gloves leather have the ability to adjust to the shape of your own hand and arm.
For lined gloves round up to the nearest size.
If you are a man you can also use the women's size chart, we believe you should always wear the gloves you prefer.
Do not hesitate to write us an email for any additional information curiosity or advice.
Ines Gloves specializes in larger size leather gloves, from XL to 5XL, to deliver everybody the gloves and style they deserve and desire.
Elegant tight fitting long leather gloves for plus size women with larger hands and arms, or long leather gloves for men who enjoy the look and feel of a timeless pair of gloves, with their tapered fingers and fine supple leather.
Whatever your style - gauntlet, opera, everyday's classic glace' - and whatever length you desire - short to extremely long gloves - be yourself and enjoy exactly what you like.
Long gloves can be tight fitting or loose and comfy.
No two arms are the same, and long gloves are an incredibly elegant accessory that can be worn in many different ways.
In most cases, the leather will adjust to the shape of your body if you let it warm up and be delicate.
Sometimes, however, it’s simply the case that each body shape is unique, and gloves may feel larger or too narrow at the arm.
Good news is, long gloves can and should be also worn crunched down the arm for a glamorous look.
Perhaps this is the way your new long gloves will look best with you!
"Exciting times! You have received your new gloves and are naturally eager to wear them.
If you follow these simple instructions you will enjoy them for a very very long time.
Wearing unlined gloves is a different experience from lined ones. Unlined gloves take some time to stretch and adjust to the unique shape of your hands. Especially for the long gloves it takes a few minutes, but only the first time.
Put the gloves on finger by finger, while stretching and crunching your fingers.
Your body temperature will make the leather supple and it will adjust to the shape of your hand.
Perhaps try by putting a little talc powder into the unworn gloves, especially the long ones to make things even easier. After a few moments of patience you will be rewarded by a pair of gloves fitting like a "second skin".
When taking the gloves off, pull the gloves at the fingers, one by one.
Be gentle and avoid stretching the leather.
Once they are off, gently stretch the gloves lengthwise holding the fingers and the cuff in each hand.
Finally place them one above each other so that the thumbs face each other, smooth and flatten out the surface by hand.
Store your leather gloves in their Ines gloves box and away from heat and direct sunlight.
"Clean any surface dirt by gently rubbing the surface of the gloves with a damp cloth.
Never use soap or alcohol.
You can also clean your gloves with non-alcohol make-up remover tissue.
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