Dents started manufacturing fine leather gloves in their Worcester factory in 1777. The business was founded by John Dent, who passed it down to his sons John and William. By 1833 Dents employed 133 craftsmen and craftswomen at its factories in Worcester and London, engaged in hand cutting and stitching, a unique skill still practised today.
Cars weren't even invented back when Dents began, but more than 200 years have passed and Dents now make some very sleek looking (getaway) driver's gloves that make us feel a bit evil when we slip them on.
Tapping into their long history for inspiration, Dents only the best materials and make faultless gloves.