Elmer Gloves Deep Wool Pile Conductive Glove Khaki
These Teddy Gloves are a warm winter essential, and include touchscreen fingers so you don't have to take them off to use your tech. The wool outer shell keeps your hands protected from the cold while the lining adds extra warmth so you can stay comfortable in all weathers. The stretchy cuff keeps the cold and wind out and makes them easy to pull on and off. Shell: 100% wool. Lining: 55% acrylic, 45% polyester. Palm: 100% polyester. Cuff: 100% acrylic. Thumb and index finger feature touchscreen-compatible material. When it comes to gloves, few brands have as much history as Elmer. Their story starts all the way back in the late 19th century, when keen craftsman Elmer Little moved to the aptly-titled city of Gloversville in Upstate New York to hone his trade as a glove maker. This small settlement in the Mohawk Valley earned its name thanks to its glove-making prowess—and was at one point known as the ‘glove capital of the world’. In short, it was the perfect place for Elmer to establish his brand, and in 1893, Elmer Little & Sons was born. Elmer’s designs were functional, hard-wearing and wholly unique. Today, not much has changed, and whilst they now design their gloves in Japan instead of Gloversville, they’re still constructed to the high level of craftsmanship that Elmer Little was renowned for.