The Outlierman debuts perforated leather, fingerless leather driving gloves
The Outlierman, a Bologna, Italy-based accessories company, launched two new driving gloves. The perforated suede driving gloves and fingerless leather gloves are part of the Bad One collection.
"As every driving enthusiast knows, grip and feel are key ingredients of every great drive," says Andrea Mazzuca, founder of The Outlierman. "A car's tyres and steering provide those pleasures, but a good pair of driving gloves can heighten those sensations to another level and enhance every road trip no matter how long or short.
The gloves allow for a good level of breathability.Photo courtesy of The Outlierman
Featuring black Nappa leather and red suede back, the perforated driving gloves are crafted in Italy. The suede back is meant to recall the interior of sports cars while the red is emblematic of the passion of racing. Leather perforation ensures a level of breathability.
Also handcrafted in Italy, the fingerless leather driving gloves are made of Nappa lamb skin. The gloves are slightly perforated to ensure breathability and feature what The Outlierman calls "bold traits for a unique style".
Buyers recieve their gloves in a handmade leather case that offers protection.
The Outlierman sells the gloves in a variety of sizes. Buyers can use the sizing tool on the company's website to ensure fit is proper.
The perforated suede driving gloves are priced at €280 and the fingerless leather driving gloves are priced at €220. They can be purchased at TheOutlierman.com.