The timeless raceday accessory you’ll want to get your hands into

If you’re looking for something to add that little bit ‘extra’ to your raceday outfit, then keep reading.

Obviously, being hat designers, we’d tell you that it goes without saying that you should always wear a hat, fascinator or headpiece to your day out at the track.

But if you’re wanting to add a little more to your outfit, and help create a more finished ‘look’, then we’d suggest you can’t go past a pair of our Driving Miss Daisy half-palm, vegan leather (aka pleather) gloves.

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From back in the ‘olden days’ where women rarely left home without them, to the fashions in the field catwalks the world-over where many an entrant (and winner!) flaunts them on the runway, half-palm driving gloves are one of those timeless accessories that never seem to go out of fashion.

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Each season, we release a limited number of our cult favourites, with our latest limited edition release having just dropped in a rainbow of colours.

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They retail at NZ$39.95 each plus shipping ($5 in New Zealand) or, for our kiwi fans, buy two pairs for NZ$75 and we’ll ship to anywhere in New Zealand FOR FREE.

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If you live further afield, we’d suggest you purchase them alongside one of our headpieces to save incurring high shipping costs (we can put them in the box with your hat).

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As for the perfect fit… we like to call them ‘one size fits most’ – just as they aren’t suited to someone with ‘bigger’ hands.

To purchase yours, holla out to us today.




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