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N.M.50 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION One of the most iconic motorcycles in history, the Norton Manx 1950, is commemorated by equally striking gloves. Their style harks back to the 1930s, when this robust-looking design was popular among motorcycle and car drivers. The cashmere lining makes them very pleasant to wear, and the leather-coloured thread on the finger seams makes for an interesting detail. The distinctive strap on the palm side makes them easy to tighten.

N.M.50 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION One of the most iconic motorcycles in history, the Norton Manx 1950, is commemorated by equally striking gloves. Their style harks back to the 1930s, when this robust-looking design was popular among motorcycle and car drivers. The cashmere lining makes them very pleasant to wear, and the leather-coloured thread on the finger seams makes for an interesting detail. The distinctive strap on the palm side makes them easy to tighten.

R.S.255 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION Gloves created as a tribute to the legendary BMW RS255 racing motorcycle from 1938. Originally designed for speed and adventure lovers, today they are equally suited to social occasions. The slim cut, high-quality black leather and slanted zip recall the classic appearance of these legendary machines.

R.S.255 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION Gloves created as a tribute to the legendary BMW RS255 racing motorcycle from 1938. Originally designed for speed and adventure lovers, today they are equally suited to social occasions. The slim cut, high-quality black leather and slanted zip recall the classic appearance of these legendary machines.

C.B.69 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION The CB glove embodies the power and elegance of the Honda CB750 motorcycle from 1969. The genuine cashmere lining provides comfort, while the studded strap adds understated elegance. Just as this motorcycle combined rapid acceleration with long-distance touring comfort, our glove offers all-round durability and style.

C.B.69 TWOWHEELER COLLECTION The CB glove embodies the power and elegance of the Honda CB750 motorcycle from 1969. The genuine cashmere lining provides comfort, while the studded strap adds understated elegance. Just as this motorcycle combined rapid acceleration with long-distance touring comfort, our glove offers all-round durability and style.

ENG.04 HERITAGE COLLECTION Shortly after its founding, Engelmüller was showered with praise in the press of the time. There were articles about “exquisite gloves” made “from a wide variety of leathers and in entirely new designs”. The modern version is true to the original stitching techniques. Engelmüller long motoring gloves with cuff are made from kidskin with a soft wool lining. They are characterised by an authentic cut, palm decoration and a double strap on the inward side that was…

ENG.04 HERITAGE COLLECTION Shortly after its founding, Engelmüller was showered with praise in the press of the time. There were articles about “exquisite gloves” made “from a wide variety of leathers and in entirely new designs”. The modern version is true to the original stitching techniques. Engelmüller long motoring gloves with cuff are made from kidskin with a soft wool lining. They are characterised by an authentic cut, palm decoration and a double strap on the inward side that was…

T.N.33B GRAND PRIX COLLECTION  1933 belonged to the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari also known as  “Il Mantovano Volante” (The Flying Mantuan). He won the Le Mans race in an Alfa Romeo and drove a Maserati to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix. To honour him, we studied historic photographs to create a replica of the most elegant sporting gloves of their day. They are made from kidskin, are unlined and have distinctive perforations for ventilation.

T.N.33B GRAND PRIX COLLECTION 1933 belonged to the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari also known as “Il Mantovano Volante” (The Flying Mantuan). He won the Le Mans race in an Alfa Romeo and drove a Maserati to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix. To honour him, we studied historic photographs to create a replica of the most elegant sporting gloves of their day. They are made from kidskin, are unlined and have distinctive perforations for ventilation.

T.N.33A GRAND PRIX COLLECTION 1933 belonged to the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari also known as  “Il Mantovano Volante” (The Flying Mantuan). He won the Le Mans race in an Alfa Romeo and drove a Maserati to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix. To honour him, we studied historic photographs to create a replica of the most elegant sporting gloves of their day. They are made from kidskin, are unlined and have distinctive perforations for ventilation.

T.N.33A GRAND PRIX COLLECTION 1933 belonged to the famous Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari also known as “Il Mantovano Volante” (The Flying Mantuan). He won the Le Mans race in an Alfa Romeo and drove a Maserati to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix. To honour him, we studied historic photographs to create a replica of the most elegant sporting gloves of their day. They are made from kidskin, are unlined and have distinctive perforations for ventilation.

J.C.63 GRAND PRIX COLLECTION In 1963 the British Formula 1 driver Jim Clark won his first world championship in this type of gloves. Designed by Clark himself, the gloves were made of thin, flexible kangaroo skin with a chrome stud. The present-day version is made from lambskin and retains an iconic feature: the flexible gusset that cools the hand and makes the glove both more flexible and stronge

J.C.63 GRAND PRIX COLLECTION In 1963 the British Formula 1 driver Jim Clark won his first world championship in this type of gloves. Designed by Clark himself, the gloves were made of thin, flexible kangaroo skin with a chrome stud. The present-day version is made from lambskin and retains an iconic feature: the flexible gusset that cools the hand and makes the glove both more flexible and stronge

M.V.B.37 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION Von Brauchitsch won three Grand Prix races, but it was his first win, in Monaco in 1937, that set a speed record that would stand for 18 years. The legacy of his gloves survives to this day. They are universal style gloves made from olive-coloured mocheto, the most luxurious cowhide leather available.

M.V.B.37 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION Von Brauchitsch won three Grand Prix races, but it was his first win, in Monaco in 1937, that set a speed record that would stand for 18 years. The legacy of his gloves survives to this day. They are universal style gloves made from olive-coloured mocheto, the most luxurious cowhide leather available.

R.D.S.38 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION This kind of gloves was worn by British driver Richard Seaman in 1938 when he won the German Grand Prix. The pronounced seams are proof that the luxury mocheto leather gloves are entirely hand made. The exclusive nature of the gloves is enhanced by the striking hand-sewn decorative stitching and cashmere lining.

R.D.S.38 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION This kind of gloves was worn by British driver Richard Seaman in 1938 when he won the German Grand Prix. The pronounced seams are proof that the luxury mocheto leather gloves are entirely hand made. The exclusive nature of the gloves is enhanced by the striking hand-sewn decorative stitching and cashmere lining.

B.R.35 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION German racing driver Bernd Rosemeyer wore these elegant gloves when he won his first Grand Prix on the Masaryk Circuit in Czechoslovakia. They are made from kidskin. The knuckle vents are hand-sewn and the perforations on the fingers allow freer movement and airflow.

B.R.35 SILVER ARROWS COLLECTION German racing driver Bernd Rosemeyer wore these elegant gloves when he won his first Grand Prix on the Masaryk Circuit in Czechoslovakia. They are made from kidskin. The knuckle vents are hand-sewn and the perforations on the fingers allow freer movement and airflow.


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W.V.T.61 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION  The remarkable career of this German racer, Wolfgang von Trips, whose life came to a tragic end at the Italian Grand Prix in 1961, is commemorated by these deerskin gloves. Their structure makes them ideal for driving even in high summer temperatures. Their distinctive features are the four holes between the knuckles.  American deerskin

W.V.T.61 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION The remarkable career of this German racer, Wolfgang von Trips, whose life came to a tragic end at the Italian Grand Prix in 1961, is commemorated by these deerskin gloves. Their structure makes them ideal for driving even in high summer temperatures. Their distinctive features are the four holes between the knuckles. American deerskin

N.V.65 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION   These gloves paid tribute to the best racing years of the Italian Formula 1 driver Nino Vaccarella who won the Targa Florio three times, first in 1965. The strong but soft American deerskin is comfortable and supple enough for driving. The vent exposing the back of the hand is a distinctive feature.  American deerskin

N.V.65 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION These gloves paid tribute to the best racing years of the Italian Formula 1 driver Nino Vaccarella who won the Targa Florio three times, first in 1965. The strong but soft American deerskin is comfortable and supple enough for driving. The vent exposing the back of the hand is a distinctive feature. American deerskin

V.R.68 MOTORETTA COLLECTION This minimalistic glove made from exclusive lambskin was made for riding the legendary 1968 Vespa Rally scooter. The shortened length and vent on the wrist make for a looser cut with increased driving control.

V.R.68 MOTORETTA COLLECTION This minimalistic glove made from exclusive lambskin was made for riding the legendary 1968 Vespa Rally scooter. The shortened length and vent on the wrist make for a looser cut with increased driving control.

J.J.53 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION  Famous Czech driver Jaroslav Juhan embarked on the demanding Carrera Panamericana race across South America in 1953. Similar gloves honouring his legacy were worn by Steve McQueen. Their characteristic features are hand-crocheted wool on the top and the use of custom-made pigskin for better grip on the steering wheel.  lambskin / hand-crocheted wool

J.J.53 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION Famous Czech driver Jaroslav Juhan embarked on the demanding Carrera Panamericana race across South America in 1953. Similar gloves honouring his legacy were worn by Steve McQueen. Their characteristic features are hand-crocheted wool on the top and the use of custom-made pigskin for better grip on the steering wheel. lambskin / hand-crocheted wool

S.M.55 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION   These driving gloves were worn by Sir Stirling Moss, the British Formula 1 driver who recorded his first victory in 1955 in the Italian Mille Miglia race. The backhand side is hand-crocheted pure wool. The palm is soft but strong deerskin. The elasticated wrist hugs the arm, but remains comfortable. We have kept the distinctive feature of Sir Sterling's gloves, often overlooked in replicas: there are just three knuckle vents on the backhand side…

S.M.55 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION These driving gloves were worn by Sir Stirling Moss, the British Formula 1 driver who recorded his first victory in 1955 in the Italian Mille Miglia race. The backhand side is hand-crocheted pure wool. The palm is soft but strong deerskin. The elasticated wrist hugs the arm, but remains comfortable. We have kept the distinctive feature of Sir Sterling's gloves, often overlooked in replicas: there are just three knuckle vents on the backhand side…

J.G.68A GRAND PRIX COLLECTION  James Garner, the star of the legendary movie Grand Prix, developed a love of motor racing during the shooting and later took part in races himself. The gloves inspired by his role have a unique design – notice the index finger and the characteristic band. The gloves are two-coloured lambskin and have elastic in the wrist. The perforations and special vents allow the skin on your hand to breathe.  lambskin / veal mochetto

J.G.68A GRAND PRIX COLLECTION James Garner, the star of the legendary movie Grand Prix, developed a love of motor racing during the shooting and later took part in races himself. The gloves inspired by his role have a unique design – notice the index finger and the characteristic band. The gloves are two-coloured lambskin and have elastic in the wrist. The perforations and special vents allow the skin on your hand to breathe. lambskin / veal mochetto

V.R.72 MOTORETTA COLLECTION Inspired by the famous Vespa Rally 180, these two-colour kidskin gloves are based on the original shape. The traditional vent has been retained, but a different stitching technique is used on the fingers. The glove is unlined. The glove size is marked in the traditional manner: a little brush with dye is passed over a stencil.

V.R.72 MOTORETTA COLLECTION Inspired by the famous Vespa Rally 180, these two-colour kidskin gloves are based on the original shape. The traditional vent has been retained, but a different stitching technique is used on the fingers. The glove is unlined. The glove size is marked in the traditional manner: a little brush with dye is passed over a stencil.

V.X.78 MOTORETTA COLLECTION The attractive white stitching on the fingers is a milestone in elegance for gloves, just like the famous Vespa VX from 1978 was for scooters. The gloves retain the classic shortened cut with wrist vent.

V.X.78 MOTORETTA COLLECTION The attractive white stitching on the fingers is a milestone in elegance for gloves, just like the famous Vespa VX from 1978 was for scooters. The gloves retain the classic shortened cut with wrist vent.

U.M.54    GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION      Italian racing driver Umberto Maglioli won the Carrera Panamericana in 1954, a race regarded as the most dangerous motoring event of its day. The gloves created in honour of this famous driver are made from soft but highly durable lambskin with perforations covering the entire backhand side. We have paid particular attention to the decorative elements and pronounced hand-stitched seams.    lambskin

U.M.54 GENTLEMAN DRIVER COLLECTION Italian racing driver Umberto Maglioli won the Carrera Panamericana in 1954, a race regarded as the most dangerous motoring event of its day. The gloves created in honour of this famous driver are made from soft but highly durable lambskin with perforations covering the entire backhand side. We have paid particular attention to the decorative elements and pronounced hand-stitched seams. lambskin

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