Closeouts. Grandoe lined these sheepskin leather gloves in cashmere for the same reason you love your cashmere sweaters on a chilly day -- the lightweight fiber packs in substantial warmth and even more softness.
Silky sheepskin leather outer is simply designed to achieve a classic and sophisticated style
Reviewed by Lisa from Rota, Spain on Wednesday, October 3, 2012
When I was shopping and reading the reviews, everyone said it ran small, was too narrow and was hard to fit in. I think my fingers are kinda fat for their length, but since EVERY glove except for kids is huge on me, thus hindering dexterity, I thought I'd try. Yes, they take about 3 seconds to get on rather than 1 for other gloves, but they are skin-tight, SO comfortable, and I can literally text just fine wearing them. They're so sexy (I bought the red) that when I come home, I just keep wearing them until I feel that I've sufficiently out-styled everything around me... unless I'm out shopping, then I never take them off. ;)
Very durable stitching and quality as well, I say as a seamstress. I wish the cashmere was felted rather than left thinly knitted, but whatever, my nails never catch or anything, and it looks sleek.
For some odd reason, I thought leather was usually treated to be waterproof. I guess I don't buy enough REAL leather. But whenever I wipe my snivels or touch something wet, it soaks right up and turns the red color black for a short time. Kinda weird, but it dries quickly.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Commuting, Going Out, Travel
Cons: Not Waterproof
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Stylish
Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living
Pros: Durable, Good Grip, Lightweight, Stylish, Warm