Fratelli Orsini Gloves
Mario (Dark Brown): Touchscreen
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100% made in Italy of fine Italian leathers, Fratelli Orsini gloves represent extraordinary quality at affordable prices. With all the stylish details you expect of fine Italian-made driving gloves, like fine Italian lambskin leather. These classic driving gloves will make you stand out in any occasion.
These gloves are touchscreen compatible (all fingers).
● Softer leather and better fit
● Style: MARIO-DRKBRN
Simply put, you are not going to find higher-quality gloves than those crafted in Italy by the designer artisans at Fratelli Orsini. We’ve literally searched the globe and these are the best of the best, the perfect combination of the finest materials, latest fashions and utmost craftsmanship in the true Italian tradition. Unlike gloves labeled Italian finish or Italian style, Fratelli Orsini gloves are actually made in Italy with the finest Italian materials certified by the European Union. Available in more than 100 styles for men and women, Fratelli Orsini leather gloves aren’t just the best gloves available at Leather Gloves Online - they’re the best leather gloves available anywhere.
Unlike inferior gloves labeled "Italian finish" or "Italian style", Fratelli Orsini handmade Italian leather gloves are actually made in Italy. Every pair begins with the finest Italian lambskin leather certified by the European Union. Using traditional tools and techniques, our master glovemakers hand-cut and often hand-stitch the leather, adding a menagerie of vents, linings, cuffs, and details for vintage, modern, and runway-ready fashions. For the best handmade Italian leather gloves, trust in Fratelli Orsini.
Finding your size is quick and easy, ensuring the perfect fit. Just check out the short video above, or follow the instructions below. And never fear – with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee you’re always covered with helpful customer service and free shipping on returns and exchanges.
To find out your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure at the place indicated by the black line (just below the knuckles). You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.
These are the same as your measurement in inches. Round up or down to the nearest size.
Use the chart below to convert inches to letters. Round up or down to the nearest size.
HALF SIZES (if available)
Round up to the nearest half size.