Horse Riding Gloves 100 - Black


Our equestrian designers created these gloves for beginner riders like you! They protect your hands from chafing from the reins.

Our 100 riding gloves are made from thin knit fabric with pimples on the palm for good grip on the reins. They are perfect for occasional riding.

Color: BLACK
Size: size guide


Product benefits

Freedom of movement

Stretch fabric doesn't hinder finger movement.

Abrasion resistance

Ideal for riding 1 to 2 hours a month.

Easy dressing

Wide, stretchy cuff makes this glove easy to pull on.


Non-slip silicone pimples on the palm provide a very good grip on the reins.

User comfort

Thin knitted fabric provides good contact with the reins.


Thin knitted fabric. Ideal for spring and autumn.

Easy maintenance

Machine washable.

Technical information


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Main fabric 91% Polyester, 9% Elasthane


If your gloves get wet (from perspiration or rain), leave them out to dry flat at room temperature, away from any heat source (sun, radiator, etc.).

Maintenance advice

Machine wash - 30° max - gentle

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Do not dry-clean

Customer reviews


Environmental Impact

The carbon footprint of this product is:
1.2 kg CO2e
1 kg of CO2e represents 5km in a petrol car (according to the Base Carbone© of ADEME)
What's the carbon footprint ? We evaluate the environmental impact of all our products. At all stages of their life cycle: from the extraction of the raw material, passing through transport to the plant which transforms them, the transformation, the manufacture, the transport of the finished product, until its use and end of life. Find out more
The environmental note of this product is: B
What is the environmental note? Overall environmental score for this product in comparison to others in the same category. It is calculated based on its impact on the environment (air and water emissions, greenhouse gas emissions, depletion of natural resources) at each stage of its life cycle, according to a system managed by ADEME. Find out more