Trail Head Gloves
Some men wear plain, ordinary gloves, while others wear Pratt and Hart’s Trailhead Wool-Lined Touchscreen Leather Gloves. Made from super-soft Lambskin leather and lined with 100% natural wool, the craftsmanship is superb. They’re ideal for casual or dress wear and have an elastic, palm-side wrist snugger to help keep out the cold. The Trailhead gloves keep your hands nice and toasty as they also extend 1.5 – 2 inches beyond the wrist. Better still, you won’t have to take off what is about to become your favorite glove, because these gloves feature touchscreen-compatible thumbs and forefingers. So go ahead, play with your device. You’ll wonder how you ever got by without the Trailhead Men’s Wool Lined Touchscreen Leather Gloves. Stylish, comfortable, and practical!
How do I know what size of gloves to buy?
So you want to buy a pair of our awesome gloves but have no idea what size your hand is? You’ve come to the right place. Here we’ll go through all of the steps of measuring your hand to ensure you get the right fit.
Here’s what you’re going to need!
· Our Measuring Chart
· A tape measure (or a string and a ruler)
· A friend (this is optional but helpful)
Are you a lefty or a righty?
We suggest using the measurement of your dominant hand. Since it is likely the hand you will do the most with, it makes sense to have the most accurate fit on that hand.
With your opposite hand, or if you have a friend who can help, take the tape measure or string. Wrap it around your main hand excluding the thumb. Start in between the thumb and index fingers just above the webbing. Wrap around the widest part of your hand about halfway between the base of your pinkie and your wrist. This should be just below your knuckles if looking at the back of your hand. Look at the overlap or grab the string at the meeting point and measure with a ruler and the number shown is your size!
Now using our chart you can get your measurement in metric, imperial (that’s inches) or letters. Enjoy your gloves!
Measure all the way around your hand just below the knuckles.
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