Italian Leather Gloves by Solo Classe

Solo Classe is proud to introduce some of the finest Italian leather gloves to the North American marketplace. We import directly from Italy the most unique, colorful and stylish leather gloves available anywhere. The best gloves are made from Italian Leather- Our exquisite products are made of soft kidskin, Nappa or chamois leather and offer a variety of Italian designer styles. Don't be fooled by "Italian Leather" imitations- Our Italian Leather gloves are imported directly from factories in Italy and are made with genuine Italian leather.
The term, "Italian Leather" does not denote the birthplace of the animal... It denotes the SAFER TANNING PROCESS that is done ONLY in Italy.


We also specialize in stunning Italian leather opera-length gloves-
Long, elbow length and full-arm length leather gloves for formals and weddings.

We have white, black, red, and new turquoise leather opera gloves in 12-button (Total length approximately 19 to 20 inches long) and 16-button ( Total length approximately 24 to 25 inches long). All of Solo Classe Italian leather opera gloves are lined with 100% silk. Caress your hands with our soft cashmere lined leather gloves!

Because our customers deserve only the best, we pride ourselves in delivering first class customer service. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

We Sell ONLY Genuine Italian Leather Gloves

Check out our XXL Size 9 Women's Italian Leather Gloves

All Prices Reduced!

The Best Italian Leather Gloves at the Best Prices!

All of our gloves have been discounted at least 30%.

As always enjoy Free Ground Shipping on orders over $50 (within the Continental USA)

For our Canadian customers, spend $120.00 and receive Free First Class Shipping

Rest of the world spend $250.00 and receive Free First Class Shipping

Solo Classe is a unique, on-line boutique. We are small, and we are special, in that we pledge to always interact with our customers on a personal level – at all times. If you call or email us, we will personally respond to you, usually in a matter of minutes. We pride ourselves on our customer service and will literally bend over backwards to satisfy your needs.

 

Solo Classe Italian Leather Gloves News

On Quality and Pricing

WHAT MAKES ITALIAN LEATHER SO SPECIAL, AND EXPENSIVE? Have you ever wondered why Italian Leather Gloves are pricier than those produced in other countries? It’s because of pollution from tannery waste.  The tanning of one kilogram of leather requires at least 35 litres of water, all of which becomes polluted during the process. Strict environmental standards have led to a decrease in numbers of tanneries in most industrialized countries.  These standards are less likely to be...

Sep 12, 2017

Just what in the world are Italian Leather Gloves?

The term, “Italian Leather” does not denote the birthplace of the animals from which the skins are acquired; it denotes the process by which the skins are tanned. Only Italy employs this extremely costly method to dispose of the highly hazardous and noxious wastes produced in the process.  The tanning of one kilogram of leather requires at least 35 litres of water, all of which becomes polluted during this process. Strict environmental standards have led to a decrease in...

Feb 01, 2017

You should be wary of what you place so close to your skin.

 In today's on-line the marketplace, one may find gloves made to appear to have been made of Italian leather.  The term, “Italian Leather” however, does not denote the birthplace of the animals from whom the skins are acquired; it denotes the process by which the skins are tanned.  It is an extremely costly process to dispose of the highly hazardous and noxious wastes produced in the leather tanning process.  As a result, these gloves may...

Jan 23, 2017

Why buy gloves during Spring and Summer months?

We have been asked that question by many people.  And it is a valid question.  It is a, 'no-brain-er' to determine that one doesn't need gloves in the summer when it's hot.  On the contrary, it is a definite, 'brain-er' when one considers the concept of, 'supply and demand'.  When the demand for a given commodity goes down, then the price of that commodity also goes down.  Case in point:  No one buys Christmas trees in...

Feb 18, 2016