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Written by Ben Branch | July 1st 2015
The gentleman’s driving glove is something that used to be absolutely essential for any chap with a penchant for motor racing. It wasn’t until quite recently that they began to come back into popular usage, with events like the Mille Miglia, Goodwood and others contributing to a renaissance in classic driving attire.
This pair of driving gloves by Fratelli Orsini are made in Italy from Italian lambskin leather, with a stainless snap closure and venting along the backs of the fingers.
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