Lavabre Cadet for BEIGE

Shearling Gloves : Camel

329,17 €

From the onset, the prestigious glove-maker Lavabre Cadet grant the same level of excellence to all its clients from Haute Couture (Hermès, Dior or Chanel), the cinema industry to any private individual looking for an exclusive realization by always respecting the French manufacturer patrimony.

The renowned French glove-maker use to special orders and outstanding realizations, has developed specially for BEIGE, a chic version of the American trapper gloves. Totally handmade in their workshop in Millau, all proportions have been reviewed in order to make it more fitted and ergonomic. These exceptional gloves are made out of beautiful grained shearling leather with saddle stitching.

  • 100% Shearling
  • Camel
  • Saddle stitchings
  • Handmade in Millau, France

About Lavabre Cadet for BEIGE

How to measure ?

Measure your dominant hand (the right if you are right handed, the left if you are left handed) with a tape measure around your knuckles and look at the corresponding size.

7 / 17,5 cm
7,5 / 19 cm
8 / 20 cm
8,5 21,5 cm
9 / 23 cm
9,5 / 24 cm

Still not sure about your size ?

Contact the Beige team and ask all the information you need about makers and products  [email protected]

Estimated delivery times between 2 and 5 days in France and between 4 and 10 days worldwide, depending on the preferred delivery method.

Free delivery in the European Union from €250 and worldwide from €350.

Exchanges and returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your order.

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About Lavabre Cadet for BEIGE

The French glove making expertise

Lavabre Cadet, founded in 1946 in Millau, capital of French glove-making, has preserved the tradition of glove-making expertise for 70 years. The workshop's dedication to quality has made it a favorite of haute couture, including Yves Saint Laurent, and international clients.

Lavabre Cadet's commitment to innovation and tradition has earned it the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant and National Institute of Arts and Crafts labels. All the leathers used come from the best French tanneries, which are themselves considered to be among the best in the world. The workshop's artisans are dedicated to preserving and transmitting their priceless expertise, while providing bespoke creations for discerning clients.