The best men's lined leather gloves
- A good pair of lined leather gloves will up your style game and keep you warm in the dead of winter.
- We chose Hestra Utsjo Gloves for their looks, workmanship, and durability.
- If you're looking for a pair of gloves suitable for outdoor activity and sub-zero temperatures, check out our guide to the best thermal gloves.
Leather gloves can cap off a stylish cold-weather outfit, but when it's the dead of winter you need to take comfort into consideration. Leather gloves lined with cashmere, wool, or a man-made material provide an extra layer of warmth without adding a lot of bulk. Similarly, when you're working outdoors a liner can give your work gloves that all-important extra layer of protection from the elements.
The various types of leather used in glove making include lamb, elk skin, cowhide, buffalo, deerskin, and goatskin, among others. The gloves that made the list are mostly made of lambskin or elkskin. Lambskin is exceptionally smooth, lightweight, nicely conforms to the hand, and is most often used for dress gloves. Elk skin is both tough and very soft - a great leather for a versatile glove.
You want to make sure you have the right glove for the job. Don't wear a buttery soft dress glove made of lambskin to chop wood and avoid wearing work gloves to a fancy party.
We chose the Hestra Utsjo gloves as the best overall. These are stylish enough for a night out, tough enough for outdoor winter activities, and exceptionally warm.
Here are the best lined leather gloves for men:
- Best overall: Hestra Utsjo Gloves
- Best for dressing up: Brooks Brothers Lambskin Cashmere Lined Gloves
- Best on a budget: Harssidanzar Sheepskin Leather Gloves
- Best for winter sports: Give'r 4-Season Gloves
- Best work glove: Midwest Gloves & Gear Heavy Weight Elkskin Work Gloves
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