There is nothing modern in the way the Thomas Riemer gloves are made: his father’s patterns for dress gloves developed in the ’60, old sewing machines, tools of the trade, old techniques and the skills of elderly craftsmen, who have been making gloves since more than 40 years. The leathers are carefully selected and resourced from some of the best Austrian, German, Finnish, French or Swiss tanneries. With one Austrian tanner, Thomas Riemer worked for three years to develop a special goatskin which has one colour on the upper side and another colour on the reverse side. Gloves manufactured in this two-tone goatskin, sewn by hand, sometimes with multicolour threads, have now become one of the Thomas Riemer signature gloves.
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