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When it comes to displaying your best performance in the saddle, you want to ensure you keep a full grip on the reins. That’s precisely why it’s so critical to invest in a wide range of riding gloves. From buttery-soft leather gloves to crocheted gloves – and everything in between – riding gloves are designed to give you a firmer grip on those reins. This allows you to focus on what really matters: pursuing that blue ribbon.
If you’re wondering why you need riding gloves, it’s important to understand why it’s critical to protect your hands. Constant gripping and rubbing against the reins can cause blisters and chafing to form on your hands. If any reins slip through your hands, you won’t just be putting yourself in danger; you’ll be putting your horse’s safety at risk, too. That’s why both lightweight and winter riding gloves are designed with reinforced fingers, which help you maintain the best grip possible in the saddle.
At One Stop Equine Shop, we’re proud to offer active equestrians a range of riding gloves that can be used for a variety of reasons. From formal and beautiful show gloves to durable work gloves – and everything in between – these riding gloves are designed to help you work, ride, and live in the saddle without doing any damage to your hands. When selecting your ideal pair of riding gloves, be sure to measure the palm. This can usually help you determine if you’re a Small, Medium, or Large in a particular brand. It’s important to get the best fit possible, as bulky gloves can decrease your grip in the reins.