Which leather work glove is right for me?


Memphis Road Hustler Cowhide Leather Gloves

  • Cowhide is the most commonly used leather in work gloves.
  • Top grain cowhide is strong and versatile, making these an all-around solid glove.



Memphis Deerskin Leather Drivers Gloves

  • Deerskin leather is naturally soft and supple, with excellent dexterity.
  • Supple deerskin with fleece lining lets you work comfortably in colder temperatures.



PIP Pigskin Leather Drivers Gloves

  • Pigskin leather is tanned for toughness and pliability.
  • Breathable pigskin stays flexible no matter how many times you get it wet.
  • A great natural leather for warmer temps.



PIP Cowhide Leather Palm Gloves

  • Leather Palm Gloves are an economical but solid choice for durability.
  • Durable cowhide reinforcement and a rubberized safety cuff.

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Leather Work Gloves

Lost in the leather work glove world? We have the best leather work gloves from the top brands and we can help narrow down your choices. For affordable protection, the Economy Leather Palm Gloves are ideal. Or choose the Value Series Leather Palm Gloves, with durable cowhide reinforcement and a rubberized safety cuff. The bestselling Tiger Cat Leather Palm Gloves have two layers of cowhide, a rubberized safety cuff and padded liner. We also carry deerskin gloves with both protection and flexibility; and pigskin, which won't get stiff even after getting wet.

5 incredibly reliable products
  • Deerskin
  • Top Grain Palm, Side Split Back Grade
  • 1 pair

$23.00 - $26.00

  • Pigskin
  • Economy Top Grain Grade
  • 12 pair

$94.25 - $101.40

  • Cowhide
  • Shoulder Split (B/C) Grade
  • 12 pair

$40.80 - $45.90

  • Cowhide
  • Shoulder Split (B) Grade
  • 12 pair

$46.45 - $51.70

  • Pigskin
  • Top Grain Grade
  • 1 pair

$9.00 - $11.00


You can find the best leather work gloves at New Pig. Our customers love our deerskin gloves for the balance of protection and soft flexibility, and our pigskin gloves will stay supple even after getting wet. All our gloves have gunn construction, to limit exposed seams and prolong glove life; shirred elastic wrists; a slip-on/off cuff, and top-grain leather. Leather gloves are useful in construction, foundry, automotive, packaging, mining, masonry, utilities, lumber and other machinery work.