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New collection Engelmüller 2016 leather handmade gloves

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

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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

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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

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

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