Riding gloves don't only keep your hands warm; they also prevent them overheating. They also guarantee good grip on the reins or longe line. Gloves should be chosen depending on the weather conditions and on the kind of contact you require. Riding gloves are tight-fitting with reinforced sections, guaranteeing good grip and protection for the hands.

    Here you will find our tips for choosing the right gloves.


    Beginner or occasional riders (those who ride about once a week) need gloves which are value for money and protect the hands from rubbing on the reins.

    Regular riders (who ride 2 or 3 times a week) required comfortable gloves with good contact and an aesthetic appearance.

    Intensive riders (who ride more than three times a week) need hard-wearing, all-round gloves with excellent contact, warm in winter and light in summer.

    Competitive riders' gloves should be chosen according to the requirements of the competition.

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    - Acrylic: good value for money, good fit.
    - Cotton: good value for money, good fit, very good contact.
    - Polyurethane : best contact; supple and comfortable.
    - Leather: strong, long-lasting, non-slip.

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    Hand's Size 15 cm 16 cm 17.5 cm 19 cm 20 cm 21.5 cm 23 cm
    Glove's size XXS XS S M L XL XXL

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