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New Uvex Gloves

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  • New Uvex Gloves

    Anyone tried these yet? They must be brand new and it looks like they only come in black.

  • #2
    Uvex makes lots of gloves, and more than black. I haven't tried them yet, but I love my uvex helmet.
    ETA your link didn't bring up specific gloves for me.
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      A friend of mine swears by them. Says they are just as good as Roeckls but for a better price.
      A blonde & her hunter:


      • #4
        I have a pair of UVEX gloves for show, in white. LOve them. I have seen the glamor ones in white , no sparkles for my gloves tho!!.

        EDITED: I wore the gloves below in a lesson. I am recinding my "like". They are cool and comfy, but the grippy parts do not extend enough for those of us who ride in a Double. WHile the bottom rein held firm (in my case, the curb), the top rein slipped (in my case, the snaffle). As a result I was constantly shortening my snaffle or the curb was too tight.

        I just got a pair of these for schooling. They are light and cool, and they have that nice grip fabric like the Grip Gloves on the palm. (I don't like the other fabric they's stiff..)
        Last edited by lorilu; Aug. 6, 2019, 10:51 PM.