Hand crafted, and utterly covetable our Ooh La La leather shoulder glove, go right up to the shoulder, for total arm coverage in gorgeous leather. Afford yourself total luxury in these super long leather gloves
Available in our full range of glove leather colours. Please check you are happy with our wait list before you order.
Delicate buttons at the wrist aid the ease of fitting, and three points. Let our glovemaker make you gloves that will fit you like a second skin. Same delicate style for men or women, the only difference will be to accommodate your different bone structures.
44cm- 17´ Length. (measured from the base of the thumb). Want them longer? Add £20 per inch
Delicate 3 button wrist opening.
Check out our blog post about the longest gloves we've ever made, at 32" they are as long as my legs!
To find your regular glove size, take the measurement right around the widest part of your palm, in inches.Our gloves are on the tight side, so you may want to round up or down according to how you like them to fit, a good regular fit by sizing up, a super tight fit by sizing down.
For a modest surcharge of £50, some of you may prefer to use our Bespoke Personal Fitting Service -
In which case, you will need to send your hand tracings (see below) to us along with your circumference palm measurement (see fitting above) and the width around your arm where you would like the glove to finish, faxing or emailing the image can distort the actual size of your hand.
TRACING AROUND YOUR HAND
To trace around your hands lay your hand completely flat with your fingers and thumb spread out. Take a sharp pencil or pen (not a thick marker pen etc) and keep the pen/pencil in an upright position while tracing around the hand.
Measuring the length of your gloves
To correctly measure the length of your gloves, you should measure from your wrist bone just below the ball of the thumb up to your desired length. You will also need to measure the circumference of your arm at this point so we know how big to make the end of the glove.
Please post your hand tracings to: