The glove is a bit of a style sticking point. Traditionally, men have tended to err on the side of caution with either woollen or Dents-esque leather options. The rediscovery of the deerskin glove, however, has opened up a much-needed third choice.
One fundamental issue when a relatively new company attempts to make a classic product is that they end up being a poor imitation of the original. Copenhagen-based company Norse Projects, however, have dodged this issue by making their gloves at Hestra, a company who've been producing superior gloves since 1936. And, at £60, the price is just as surprising as the quality.