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Roeckl Riding Gloves ROECK-GRIP - 870026

Roeckl

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Riding Gloves ROECK-GRIP

from £23.90

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Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Air II - 870216
NEW

Felix Bühler

Summer Riding Gloves Air II

£19.90

STEEDS Riding Gloves Rider's Best Hands - 870211
NEW

STEEDS

2

Riding Gloves Rider's Best Hands

from £2.49

£3.49
2
STEEDS Summer Riding Glove Hallein - 870251
NEW

STEEDS

1

Summer Riding Glove Hallein

from £11.90

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Felix Bühler Riding Gloves Lace - 870348
NEW

Felix Bühler

Riding Gloves Lace

£23.90

STEEDS Summer Riding Gloves Mesh - 870309
NEW

STEEDS

1

Summer Riding Gloves Mesh

from £13.90

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Roeckl Riding Gloves MILANO - 870280

Roeckl

Riding Gloves MILANO

£20.90

Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Ultra Fit - 870119

Felix Bühler

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Summer Riding Gloves Ultra Fit

£16.90

1
Roeckl Riding Gloves ROECK-GRIP LITE - 870312
NEW

Roeckl

Riding Gloves ROECK-GRIP LITE

from £32.90

STEEDS Summer Riding Gloves Kufstein - 870250

STEEDS

Summer Riding Gloves Kufstein

£14.90

Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Light Mesh - 870330
NEW

Felix Bühler

Summer Riding Gloves Light Mesh

from £18.90

Felix Bühler Riding Gloves Grand Prix - 870340

Felix Bühler

Riding Gloves Grand Prix

£15.90

£22.90
STEEDS Riding Gloves Bregenz - 870248

STEEDS

Riding Gloves Bregenz

£9.99

£14.90
STONEDEEK Riding Gloves Worker - 182903

STONEDEEK

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Riding Gloves Worker

£19.90

£28.90
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STEEDS Working Gloves - 870345
NEW

STEEDS

Working Gloves

£5.99

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Roeckl Riding Gloves LAILA - 870219

Roeckl

Riding Gloves LAILA

£28.90

Felix Bühler Riding Gloves Grand Prix II - 870212

Felix Bühler

3

Riding Gloves Grand Prix II

£21.90

3
STEEDS Magic Riding Gloves - 870210

STEEDS

4

Magic Riding Gloves

£2.99

4
uvex Riding Gloves sportstyle - 870296

uvex

Riding Gloves sportstyle

from £28.90

Felix Bühler Riding Gloves Performance II - 870324

Felix Bühler

Riding Gloves Performance II

£19.90

STEEDS Summer Riding Gloves Orlando - 870284

STEEDS

Summer Riding Gloves Orlando

£17.90

Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Emotion - 870282
NEW

Felix Bühler

Summer Riding Gloves Emotion

from £18.90

Roeckl Children's Riding Gloves TRYON - 870311

Roeckl

Children's Riding Gloves TRYON

£19.90

Roeckl Riding Gloves LORRAINE - 870332

Roeckl

Riding Gloves LORRAINE

£23.90

Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Sion - 870351
NEW

Felix Bühler

Summer Riding Gloves Sion

£21.90

STONEDEEK Riding Gloves Nash - 183067

STONEDEEK

Riding Gloves Nash

£17.90

Roeckl Riding Gloves MIAMI - 870270

Roeckl

Riding Gloves MIAMI

£28.90

Roeckl Riding Gloves MADRID - 870140

Roeckl

Riding Gloves MADRID

£38.90

Roeckl Riding Gloves MUENSTER - 870310
NEW

Roeckl

Riding Gloves MUENSTER

from £37.90

Felix Bühler Summer Riding Gloves Piping Mesh Glamour - 870325

Felix Bühler

1

Summer Riding Gloves Piping Mesh Glamour

£21.90

1
uvex Riding Gloves sumair - 870313
NEW

uvex

Riding Gloves sumair

from £35.90

STEEDS Riding Gloves Sparkle - 870347

STEEDS Riding Gloves Sparkle

£18.90

STEEDS Children's Riding Gloves Magic Crystals - 870209

STEEDS

Children's Riding Gloves Magic Crystals

£3.49

What makes a good riding glove?

A good riding glove is characterised by:

  • A good fit
  • Sufficient freedom of movement
  • Rein reinforcement
  • Wearing comfort due to material and breathability
In addition to a good fit, rein reinforcement is a decisive quality feature of a riding glove. The material reinforcement between the fingers that hold the reins provides the rider with a better grip and prevents unpleasant blisters. The reinforcement is often made of leather or imitation leather.
The riding glove should fit snugly, but not restrict the hand's mobility. In addition to the size, the material is also decisive. The wearing comfort is significantly influenced by the material and the resulting breathability. This is particularly important for summer riding gloves, which is why mesh fabrics are often used for this purpose. However, breathable material is also necessary for dry and warm fingers in winter riding gloves.


What should I look out for when buying riding gloves?

When buying riding gloves, make sure that the riding glove fits almost perfectly and allows for the necessary sensitivity when riding. They should be easy to put on, but not slip off your hand. Spread your fingers when trying on the glove and clench your hand into a fist when you move. The choice of material also plays an important role when buying riding gloves. Thin materials are more suitable for summer riding gloves than for winter riding gloves. In our shop you will find riding gloves for every season and size:


How should a riding glove fit properly?

To measure your glove size, place a tape measure around your hand below the knuckles and above the thumb. Compare your measurement with our size charts and choose the right size for you. The riding glove fits correctly when it does not pinch or squeeze at any point or slip off your hand. It must be possible to pull the glove down completely between the fingers. The palms should be tight and smooth so that there are no wrinkles that could cause blisters. Ideally, the velcro closes flush.


Which riding glove is the right one for me?

Which riding glove is right for you depends on your riding experience and activity. A growing young rider who has one riding lesson per week has different demands on his riding gloves than an experienced rider who works with horses on a daily basis. For beginner riders, light riding gloves with rubber studs that protect the hands from blisters and at the same time provide a good grip on the reins are often sufficient.
For recreational riders who do not ride every day, but who count riding as a regular activity, hard-wearing synthetic gloves with rein reinforcement are recommended. Frequent riders who use their gloves not only for riding but also for lungeing or stable work are better off with robust riding gloves made of leather, for example. Leather riding gloves require more intensive care, but can be used for longer.


What is the best way to wash my riding gloves?

The care of riding gloves is neglected by many riders and yet it is important for the longevity of the gloves. The way to properly care for riding gloves depends on the material.
Leather riding gloves are not suitable for the washing machine and should only come into contact with water sparingly when cleaning. If necessary, use a leather care product, which you can also find in our shop.
Riding gloves made of synthetic leather, soft shell or other synthetic fibres are easy to care for and do not require comprehensive care instructions that go beyond the washing label. You can clean them in the washing machine without any problems. To dry, put the gloves on a bottle or a riding whip. Keep kneading them while they are drying so that the material does not shrink. You can find more information about caring for riding gloves in our detailed guide on the subject of riding gloves.


Why are gloves useful when riding?

Without riding gloves, painful blisters can form in the spaces between the fingers due to the friction of the reins. Also, when lungeing or leading young horses, serious burns can occur on the palms of the hands if the horse suddenly breaks free. Riding gloves are part of a rider's protective equipment, just like a riding hat, body protector or back protector and sturdy riding boots. In addition, riding gloves provide improved grip on the reins.


Which riding gloves are suitable for touchscreen?

In winter, it can be annoying to have to put on and take off your glove every time you want to use your phone. This can cause your fingers to quickly become cold. To counteract this problem, there are riding gloves with special functional material on the middle finger, index finger and thumb. This allows you to operate a touchscreen despite the glove. In our shop you will find riding gloves from Felix Bühler, uvex and Roeckl that are touchscreen compatible.


Which material should riding gloves be made of?

Depending on the season, different materials are necessary for riding gloves. Riding gloves for the summer must be particularly breathable to prevent moisture build-up in the glove. This has an unpleasant effect on the wearing comfort and can thus restrict the sensitivity when riding. Light, breathable materials such as soft shell or material mixes with mesh fabric are ideal for summer.
In winter, the focus shifts to warming materials that are not too bulky and make the fingers immobile. Fleece has proved particularly suitable for winter riding gloves.
Riding gloves made of leather make good all-year-round riding gloves. However, riding gloves made of synthetic materials are also suitable for year-round use. For riding gloves for children who quickly outgrow their sizes, fabric gloves with rubber nubs on the palm are often used. However, more robust riding gloves made of nylon are also popular with children who have made riding a regular hobby.


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