MaxStudio.com Knitted Soft Fingerless Gloves - Max Studio
  • Mackage Tan Shearling Orea Convertible Gloves
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    Genuine sheepskin shearling gloves in camel tan. Fingerless gloves convertible to mittens with brown marbled button fastening. Slit holes at thumbs for optional functionality. Logo embossed studded leather tags. Tonal stitching.
  • Ladies Black Leather Fingerless Gloves
    black.co.uk
    Chic and on trend these ladies' black Italian nappa leather fingerless gloves are crafted from buttery soft Italian leather and are as popular as ever. The style resembles a classic driving glove with a wide vent and handstitched mini-vents above - but with the fingers cut off and stitched over to prevent fraying or wear. They are unlined and finished with a leather covered button. 100% leather. Made in Italy. Accessorise with Ebony and Ivory Zebra Print Cashmere Scarf.
  • DEMOBAZA Raw Viscose Knit Fingerless Gloves
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    Raw cut edges. Finger and thumb openings.
  • The Bootstrap Project Cashmere Fingerless Gloves - Natural
    zady.com
    Handknit by widowed women in Nepal, the natural Fingerless Gloves from the Bootstrap Project are the winter accessory you can use inside or out. With clean lines and thick cashmere, these gloves are cosy and chic. Nepal has been a source of cashmere for thousands of years, where mountain goats survive the harsh environment of Himalayans by growing a thick coat of the renowned wool. The Bootstrap Project partnered with a women’s development organization in Bakhtapur, Nepal, where widowed women were provided with a means to pridefully sustain their families.
  • The Bootstrap Project Cashmere Fingerless Gloves - Black
    zady.com
    Handknit by widowed women in Nepal, the black Fingerless Gloves from the Bootstrap Project are the winter accessory you can use inside or out. With clean lines and thick cashmere, these gloves are cosy and chic. Nepal has been a source of cashmere for thousands of years, where mountain goats survive the harsh environment of Himalayans by growing a thick coat of the renowned wool. The Bootstrap Project partnered with a women’s development organization in Bakhtapur, Nepal, where widowed women were provided with a means to pridefully sustain their families.
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