A pair of men's driving gloves of the 1970's with inseam stitching, made in England, with a tan leather palm and biscuit coloured back of knitted stretch nylon, the leather being Pittards specially developed 'Top Gear' leather.

The leather palm with imitation peccary markings, comfortable stretchable nylon back, elastic wrist, two rows of perforation and three of raised stitching for extra grip, was simple, sporty and functional, and very popular for some two decades.

Donated by Liveryman Marion Kite in 2006

Accession No: 2006.10. +A [128. +A]
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