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Horse Mad, an online equestrian shop, offers the best horse riding gloves in Dublin, Ireland, for training, shows, and all your barn tasks. Keep your hands safe and get a solid grip, whether in the saddle or busy around the barn, with our affordable glove collection.

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Horse Mad’s Horse Riding Gloves

Score your perfect pair in Horse Mad’s horse riding glove range, made to enhance your performance with style and practicality. Our gloves provide the protection, grip, and comfort you need to hold your reins properly for more control and safety.

No matter if it’s scorching summer or chilly winter, buy our lightweight riding gloves for the heat and comfortable fleece-lined ones for the cold.

You’ll get the perfect gloves made just for your needs, with leather or fabric choices available.

FAQ

Use a soft tape measure to wrap around your hand’s palm, just below your knuckles (minus the thumb). This measurement guides you to the right glove size, ranging from Extra Small to Extra Large or size 6 to 9.5. Pick the size closest to your measurement for a snug, second-skin feel.

Make sure your fingers snugly fit inside the glove without excess room. If you notice wrinkles on your ring finger, the fit is too loose, which can hamper your control over the reins.

Yes, leather gloves are great for riding. Although leather gloves may seem pricey initially, consider them an investment in your safety. Their ability to shield against abrasions, impacts, and harsh weather far outweighs the risks of riding bare-handed.