The Best Driving Gloves For 2020
by Olivia Michel
If you've left your superyacht to drive along the world's most scenic coastal roads, you'll need a pair of fine leather driving gloves to wear behind the wheel. From leather driving gloves and fingerless driving gloves to touch-screen gloves for driving, choose from our edit of the best driving gloves for men and women to pair with your favourite motor sport inspired watches as you speed off in your sports car...
Bottega Veneta Gloves, $590
Finished in brown nappa leather, these designer gloves will keep hands warm behind the wheel with their cashmere lining.
Autodromo Stringback Driving Gloves, $125
Autodromo's retro Stringback driving gloves are inspired by the gloves worn by racing drivers in the 1950s and 60s. They'l help keep your hands cool and dry and feature a split cuff that will show off your driving watch underneath.
The Pembrey Gloves by Chester Jefferies, £33
Chester Jefferies have been making gloves in England since the 1930s. Embrace the racing look with this black and white chequered pair, available with a touchscreen-friendly leather palm.
Pickett Driving Gloves, £120
Perforated detailing in these unlined, British calf leather gloves will keep your hands cool and provide optimum flexibility and grip when taking to the driver's seat.
Aspinal of London Leather Driving Gloves, £95
London-based leather goods designer Aspinal has used the finest and softest nappa leather in its driving gloves, which are accented with hand-stitched, traditional brogue details.
Black Suede and Leather Driving Gloves, £89
Made by the finest leather craftsmen in Italy, these leather-palmed driving gloves feature a Suede topside finish for a classy look.
Dents Leather Driving Gloves, £59
Dents are a household name when it comes to driving gloves. Perforated for extra breathability, these soft leather gloves sport a bright berry hue and will add a splash of colour to any gentleman's outfit.
Connolly + Goodwood Full-Grain Leather Driving Gloves, €295
Produced in collaboration with the legendary Goodwood Estate in southern England, these two-toned hide gloves by Connolly are hand-stitched and perforated and reflect the designer's longstanding association with the world of motoring.