Maison Causse

Founded in 1892, Causse is the oldest of Millau’s great glovemakers and is recognized as a living heritage company (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant) for the excellence of their traditional know-how.

Sublime in its wooden manufactory signed Jean Michel Wilmotte, Causse is the last remaining glovemaker to abide by the rules of art but is very turned towards the future and committed to passing on its traditional skills. Their unique expertise and quality materials have not gone unseen and today, Causse supplies the most prestigious fashion houses: Hermès, Vuitton and Chanel (owner of the manufactory and guardian of their savoir-faire).

Discover at its source from De Toujours, the exceptional know-how of this noble house, guaranteeing the highest comfort, elegance and durability.

MAISON CAUSSE

Riding gloves in nubuck lambskin. Unlined/saddle-stitched in the main colour. Handmade. To guarantee an excellent fit, our gloves are made in the workshops of the Maison Causse according to traditional methods going back to 1892. Only skins of very high quality, treated exclusively for use in the making of gloves and shaped by our expert glove makers will give it the ideal fit to last a lifetime.

Lambskin has suppleness and finesse alike a second skin on the hand and is exceptionally comfortable. Most often treated with glacé or nubuck finishes on the “grain side”, it can also be finished to give a metallic or patent look.  The velvet finish is obtained on the “flesh side” of the skin. The smooth and even texture of the lambskin gives it a touch of luxury. Your gloves will be delivered with their own branded case.

MAISON CAUSSE

Lambskin has suppleness and finesse alike a second skin on the hand and is exceptionally comfortable. Most often treated with glacé or nubuck finishes on the “grain side”, it can also be finished to give a metallic or patent look.  The velvet finish is obtained on the “flesh side” of the skin. The smooth and even texture of the lambskin gives it a touch of luxury. Your gloves will be delivered with their own branded case.

MAISON CAUSSE

When trying on the glove for the first time, make sure it fits snuggly over your hand and is still comfortable after wearing it for a few hours. To measure the size of your hand, measure the circumference of your hand without the thumb, close your hand and note the reading without over tightening. Match your measurement to the conversion table above tto find your glove size.

 

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RIDING GLOVES SAUMUR BY CAUSSE

192,00 €

Riding gloves in lambskin fit for a king (or a Marquis). Made by Maison Causse, the king of glove makers.

- riding gloves in nubuck lambskin.

- unlined/saddle-stitched in the main colour.

- available colours: black and natural.

- optional colour: navy, extra cost of 30€. Allow one month for manufacture.

- Can be made in the colour of your choice for an added cost of 100€. Please contact our Customer Service Department.

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Worship side

Naturally the gloves are extremely tough and hard-wearing, designed for repeated use in training and riding over a long period of time.

Wait!... doesn’t this glove laying on the table remind you of a mysterious marquis who just came for a visit? Doesn’t the subtle bias cut, with straight edges so typical of riding gear evoke the scent of an English lady galloping to a hunting lodge?

The Causse reputation in the manufacture of sports gloves has attracted clients like Hermes and Chanel, two of the most illustrious fashion houses. Chanel is now the lucky owner, intent on preserving the expertise of the age-old craft in glove making. And the amazing class the gloves will give must be tested in town!

Equestrian wear has always been a recurring theme in fashion, like these top of the range nubuck gloves who give an aristocratic twist to the traditional style. The gloves are equally suitable for riding a motorbike or travelling on the underground.