Children's Horse Riding Warm Knitted Gloves

Regular Price: € 3.59 -70%

€ 1.07

Designed for NOVICE children, wanting to protect their hands from chafing against the reins. Perfect to prevent the reins from slipping.

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SKU: S2953 (2104020)
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Product benefits
  1. Easy dressing
    Its stretchy cuff makes this glove fast and easy to pull on for children.
  2. Anatomic design
    Very stretchy fabric for greater comfort.
  3. User comfort
    Provides warmth whilst maintaining good contact with the reins.
  4. Easy dressing
    Its stretchy cuff makes this glove fast and easy to pull on for children.
  • Temperature
  • Size
  • colour
    black and pink.
Product feature
  1. Choosing the right size:
    Stretchy fabric fits children up to age 6.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 95.0% Acrylic (PAN), 5.0% Elastane
  2. Storage advice
    Keep away from dampness and store in dry, clean place.
  3. Cleaning advice
    Machine washable at 30°C. Do not bleach, tumble dry, iron, or dry clean.
  4. Product restrictions
    Not suitable for prolonged horse-riding use.
  5. Product catchline
    Ideal for riding once or twice a week. These knitted gloves with non-slip pimples keep your hands warm while providing good grip on the reins.
Product reviews
4.4 / 5
3 reviews
4 users recommend this product
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  • children's riding gloves

    Jane (United Kingdom)
    Used for 3 to 6 months
    perfect fit, warm and comfortable
  • ideal for beginner

    Mary (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    bought for my granddaughter who has just started riding and she loved them
  • good product

    D'Arcy (United Kingdom)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Good product for kids starting out good price
  • Already in Use

    JOSEPH (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Chosen by my pony-obsessed grand-daughter. Pressed into use at her next riding lesson. So, a success, I think !