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Elmer Gloves

Elmer Gloves is a company that produces thick, snug, high-quality gloves. Elmer creates every pair of gloves from deer leather with careful attention to every detail.

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Behind the Label

Elmer Gloves, previously called Elmer Little & Sons was first established in 1893 in Gloversville, once known as the ‘glove capital of the world’ by craftsman Elmer Little. The company quickly became one of the most successful glove makers in the United States by combining high-quality deerskin leather with an exceptional level of detail. Elmer's creations, which ranged from ski gloves to baseball mitts, were functional, durable, and one-of-a-kind. Today, not much has changed, and while they are now designed in Japan rather than Gloversville, they are still built to the excellent standards for which Elmer Little is known.