Great Gloves for Cold Trips

My hands froze on my last trip to Moscow. It was 40F degrees below zero when I got there and I was wearing leather gloves lined in cashmere. Big mistake! They looked good, but they were not sufficient to bear the brunt of a Siberian winter blast. Every other part of my body was covered in sheep skin wear, so I was warm and toasty - hat, boots and coat. An excellent choice of clothing by the way, for beating the extremely cold Russian winter temperatures.

For my next winter trip to Moscow, I decided to replace my old gloves with something more "substantial" to protect my hands. I found a reasonably priced pair of sheep-skin lined gloves at Lili's, a Buenos Aires leather shop located in San Martin Avenue, for $20.00 dollars. They were the perfect solution for my problem and for the perfect price.

If you're interested in a pair of these gloves from Lili's, they have a whole trunk filled with them in black or brown and in all sizes for men and for women. I recommend you try them on first though, because their sizing is irregular.

With my brand new gloves in hand, I'm now eager to get back to Russia to try them out. They promise to be just as cozy and warm as my other sheep skin wear.

Lili's Leather Shop
San Martin 960
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ps- Lili's owns a leather factory so their leather is reasonably priced. They also carry leather jackets, fur hats and coats, etc. Also, if you tell them you work for an airline, they will give you a discount.


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