About Auclair Deerskin Driver Gloves - Fleece Lining (For Men)
Closeouts. A cold steering wheel doesn't make for pleasant travels; use Auclair's Deerskin driver gloves as a barrier. They're flexible and comfortable, made of butter-soft leather with polyester fleece lining.
Specs about Auclair Deerskin Driver Gloves - Fleece Lining (For Men)
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by tacoman from earth on Thursday, May 19, 2016Not too excited about these. The thumb is cut like a big triangle: not form fitted in the least not to mention too short. Materials seem good. Workmanship fine. You could do worse for $20 but you could do better, too.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Armchair Shopper from New York State on Friday, January 29, 2016Got these for my husband. He says they are warm and good for driving, but a bit tight.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Busy business owner from Denver on Tuesday, December 29, 2015Purchased for my husband who requested driving gloves for Christmas and he was very pleased. These aren't the most sporty or high fashion driving gloves ever but are a nice flexible weight and well made.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MN Sue from Northern MN on Friday, December 25, 2015Very happy with these gloves. Beautiful quality leather, good fit - wonderful bargain for this ridiculously low price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by redeyehawk from New Hampshire on Thursday, December 24, 2015Four stars because of slight imperfection in some seeming...not a deal breaker, but not quite gift quality. Very high grade leather, very soft yet uniform in thickness and strength. Lining is on the thin side, as it would be for this type of glove, again of very high quality in fit and inside feel. I always buy XL if they're lined, these gloves fit perfect, my hands are 8.75" around the knuckles. Fairly strong odor from the dye or solvents used to process the leather, I'm sure it will dissipate with use...just went through this with another pair from STP (elkskin). Worth the price.
Question & Answer
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“My question is in regard to the glove sizing directions. I'm told, in your directions, to measure my hand width at its widest point, generally, about the knuckles. I measure my hand width at the knuckles and the measurement is, approximately,4 inches. Your chart declares a small man's hand to between 7.5 & 8. Something doesn't add up. Can you check this out and get back to me. I want to order gloves but am hesitant to select a size using your sizing method.”
In order to get a proper sizing you need to measure the circumference of your had at its widest point, not including the thumb. That is usually in the area of your knuckles.