Choosing the right riding gloves ensures a pleasant practice and a good grip of the reins. Make your choice carefully considering your body type, weather conditions and your level.
A Glove That Fits Your Body Type
Your riding glove will accompany the best shape of your hand for a comfortable and efficient port.
Some models propose in one size and then have to be tested to ensure they follow the shape of your hand.
Other models come in ideal sizes for children, depending on their age, but also for adults, the 3XS size to size 2XL, or by conventional measures gloves, size 6.5 to size 8.5.
Make sure you choose the right size for the glove is not too narrow and therefore uncomfortable, not too broad, and therefore with a risk of slipping, not protecting against environmental conditions and not allowing you freedom of movement. To determine what size to choose, measure your hand length:
– A length of 15cm corresponds to a model or a size XXS 5.5;
– 16cm a XS or 6;
– 17.5cm S or 6.5;
– 19cm to a million or a 7;
– 20cm L or a 7.5;
– 21.5cm XL or 8;
– 23cm in a XXL or a size 8.5.
These measures may however vary from one model to another or depending on the brand.Most models are still expandable and thus adapt easily to hand.
You can opt for models made of different materials, according to your needs in terms of temperature and your aesthetic preferences and comfort.
Polyester and polyamide gloves offer good value and a good fit to the shape of your hand, like cotton gloves which are very comfortable to wear.
The polyurethane gloves are more flexible and offer a particularly nice touch.
Leather gloves, finally, are a classic. Naturally slip, leather is particularly suitable for a jumper. Aesthetic, it is also strong and durable but must be treated carefully after use so as to ensure proper maintenance and a long life.
Your choice will also depend on your outfit. Colors and textures can be chosen to combine the best with your bet.
A Glove for Your Level
Beginners and casual cyclists will move towards cycling gloves offering above all a good value and good protection against friction reins. The first models will cost a great starting point in your discovery of riding. You can choose in this range according to your priorities, choosing for example non-slip gloves over the entire surface of the palm or on areas of the hand in contact with the reins for comfort in practice. Models present additional closures on cuffs for easy donning and ensure proper maintenance of the hand.
People with a more regular practice can invest in more efficient models, maximizing comfort, with reinforced protection and attention to aesthetics.
Intense practice naturally requires more ambitious models that protect the best weather conditions, whether the winter cold or summer heat, and repeated friction, in richer materials.
The riders competition will add to these considerations a look at their competition clothing to the glove fits discretely and harmoniously all while protecting the most pleasantly and effectively his hands.
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