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All About Leather Gloves

Eversun have a distinguished heritage producing the finest leather gloves, but there is more than meets the eye when producing a pair of shooting gloves, or a pair of peccary driving gloves.

So then, what exactly goes into making a pair of Eversun leather gloves?


The leather used by Eversun for their gloves is a by-product of the food, wool and dairy industries. It is a completely renewable resource.

Leather is a natural product with special characteristics that make it comfortable to wear, and give it great strength and flexibility. Because it is a natural product, with its own unique variations, nuances of colour, and markings, every piece has its own individual characteristics and natural beauty.

We buy leather not only from China, but also all over the world. Such as Pittards in UK, which is very professional in gloving leathers.

Eversun discerning leather buyers and designers select only the finest leathers and materials for their gloves.


The world’s rarest and most luxurious gloving leather, originating from wild hogs in South America. Eversun is one of the few glove manufacturers in the world that still uses this very special leather. The major reason is that only a master glove cutter with unique skills can cut it.
Hand stitched
also a difficult leather to sew, as it requires a hand sewer with special skills.
Peccary leather is very hard wearing and peccary gloves are found in fewer and fewer shops, due to the rarity and exclusivity of the leather.


It is generally acknowledged that the best leather for gloves is hairsheep cabretta leather.
This top grade of leather is mainly sourced in Ethiopia and Nigeria. It has great strength, plus the important benefit of natural elasticity, which helps the glove fit properly.
The sheep that provides the leather grows hair not wool, hence its name. As a consequence of its environment its leather is ideal for making fine gloves. Hairsheep leather is finer and less bulky than other leathers. Its major benefits are softness of touch, suppleness, strength, and lasting comfort.
Hairsheep is very durable and is particularly suited for the manufacture of dress gloves.


The finest deerskin comes from North America, which is where Eversun buys its deerskin leather. Deerskin, like hairsheep leather, has the benefit of great strength and elasticity, but has a more rugged appearance with more grain on the surface than hairsheep. It is most popular in men’s gloves and some ladies’ styles of weekend gloves. It is very hard wearing and heavier in weight than hairsheep leather.

Sheepskin & slink lamb

The finest lambskin comes from New Zealand and is often referred to as slink lambskin. It is used only in the most expensive lambskin gloves.Sheepskin leather is often called shearling. It is widely used for casual and country gloves. It is very warm in cold weather, and has its own natural wool lining from the wool on the sheep. The leather is heavier and firmer than slink lambskin.
Lambskin and sheepskin gloves are normally a looser fit than other types of leather gloves, and are often worn with casual or country clothing.


Some lower priced gloves are occasionally made from cowhide leather. This leather is generally considered too thick and bulky for the majority of glove styles, particularly finer dress gloves. It is however, used for some casual styles of glove.
Occasionally used for gloves, it is hard wearing but coarser than other leathers. It is normally used for cheaper gloves.


Many of Eversun glove linings, particularly in cashmere, silk and wool are made as a completely separate glove before they are inserted into the leather glove shell, in order to ensure a perfect fit. While this is a more expensive process, it does make for a better fitting glove, and it is one of the many reasons that Eversun gloves are recognised as being special.
The most popular glove linings are:


This luxury natural fibre is superbly soft and is knitted specially for Eversun gloves, using the finest cashmere yarns. It is warm, light in weight, and very comfortable to wear. It feels luxuriously soft on the hand.
Cashmere yarn comes from the hair of mountain goats, whose fleece allows them to survive the extreme weather conditions they are exposed to. Originally these goats were indigenous to Kashmir, but most of today’s production comes from China and Mongolia.


Eversun uses a Milanese silk specially knitted for their fine gloves. The linings come in a sparkling variety of colours. The knitting process ensures the silk does not ladder if caught on a sharp object such as a ring. Silk is warm in winter and cool in summer, and has superb softness next to the skin, a real feeling of luxury.
Silk linings are used both in men’s and women’s gloves, but are more popular in women’s.


Well known for its natural warmth and comfort, as well as having a natural elasticity for improved fit, each lining is specially knitted to fit a Eversun glove.


Some gloves (generally men’s) are made with a chamois fine leather lining for warmth and comfort.Eversun is possibly one of the only glove manufacturers in the world that still uses this very expensive and special lining. Chamois leather originally came from an alpine antelope known as a chamois; today, however, it mainly comes from lambskin.Other linings.
There are many other types of linings used by Eversun including wool mixtures and acrylics – in fact there are almost too many to list here. However, all Eversun glove linings have the ability to stretch around the fingers to ensure a proper and comfortable fit.


The most popular types of leather glove sewing stitches used today are:


Mainly used on women’s gloves, but occasionally on men’s dress gloves.

Hand stitched

Most popular in men’s gloves and some women’s styles. It takes up to 8 hours to stitch one pair of hand sewn gloves.

Whip stitched

This stitching is also sometimes named brosser, it is a fancy stitch not often used, mainly for women’s gloves.

Prix seam

Mainly used for men’s gloves.