J. Lindeberg. The Swedish king of cool knows a thing or two about looking good in a snowstorm, which must be why these Normann gloves give off an aura of biker swagger.">

Gentleman’s Choice: a pair of ruggedly cool winter gloves from J. Lindeberg


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A perfect pair of man gloves

Once you’ve seen one pair of black winter gloves, you think you’ve seen them all, right? Not so with these knitted wool and sheep leather gloves from J. Lindeberg. The Swedish king of cool knows a thing or two about looking good in a snowstorm, which must be why these Normann gloves give off an aura of biker swagger.

The contrasting leather and wool panels offer the best of both worlds; the wool provides the warmth your average hand warmers could only dream of, and the leather provides both grip and style. Lined with warm wool and acrylic lining throughout, the gloves also have an adjustable wrist strap to ensure a snug fit.

$135. Available at Harry Rosen at the Eaton Centre, 218 Yonge St.

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