I never really thought about wearing gloves at home until I suffered, er, I mean, took those lessons with Miss E. Now that I'm actually riding on contact and have steady weight on my hands, that one area on my ring finger has been torn up quite a bit. The skin isn't like it used to be, and I still actually have discoloration from last summer (whoa, it's been a year already).
On Instagram, I happen to follow a lot of companies, one of which is Noble Outfitters. They repost pictures of people who use their items. They, along with another biggish account that I follow, were going crazy over these Perfect Fit gloves that they sell. I was needing another pair of breeches, and Equestrian Collections also sold the gloves for $20, so I said, "What the heck," (I didn't actually say that, it's just a phrase), and I threw the gloves in the cart too.
|The first ride|
However, these were meant to be riding gloves, not wear just because your hands felt exposed gloves. I've had these gloves for over a month. They have seen multiple rides and one show. No matter what time of day it is — whether the burning heat of noon or the coolness around sunset — my hands DO NOT SWEAT in these gloves. Not at all, not one bit of sweat disgraces my palms, knuckles, or any other part of my hand. The top layer is thin enough that my hands can breathe, but you can't see through it. The bottom side is reinforced, so that one area of my ring finger sees no damage whatsoever.
|There are even more colors to choose from|
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