Even the warmest gloves are no good if they don’t have a solid and secure wrist cuff to lock in all that toasty heat. Otherwise, all it takes is a chill wind to blow through and freeze your fingers to the bone. Elmer’s Knit Cuff gloves are built to hold their heat like champs, thanks to their high-loft pile fleece lining, windproof outer shell and close-fitting knitted cuff. Like all Elmer’s function-driven gloves, they also boast conductive fingertips to enable use of a smartphone. These little beauties are perfect for winter wear when the mercury plummets
The number below represented is in inches, your size is the circumference of your hand at the widest point of your palm
Fusing authentic American heritage with a contemporary Japanese design aesthetic, Elmer Gloves offer truly high-quality handwear.
The brand’s roots go way back to 1893, when a small US company named Elmer Little & Sons was established, appropriately enough, in Gloversville, New York. As you might have guessed from its name, the city was America’s undisputed glove-making capital. Elmer was at the forefront, building an enviable reputation for their superior work and dress gloves, though they also made everything from ski gloves to baseball mitts. The company grew steadily throughout the decades before being eventually acquired by the Japanese Swany Corporation in the 1980s.
Building on Elmer’s legacy of fine craftsmanship, Swany moved the brand into the performance sportswear market, introducing technical fabrics and innovative designs. Today, they’ve gained a cult following among fashionistas and skiers alike. Which means that whether you’re heading out onto city streets or Alpine slopes, with a pair of Elmers, you’re in safe hands.