Atlas Nitrile Tough Equestrian Gloves

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Product Summary:

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Atlas Nitrile Tough Equestrian Gloves
The Atlas Tough Equestrian gloves are tough and contour closely to your hands like a second skin.
Product Features:
  • Very light and thin
  • Durable coating resists abrasions and punctures
  • Machine washable
Item Specifications:
Small (7 1/2-8), Medium (8 1/2-9)

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gloves that FIT! I just got my second pair. The first pair lasted almost three years without wearing at all with almost daily use. Finally got cracks in them in the snow weather (probably would have lasted longer if I hadn't kept them on the porch. We get really hot and cold here) this winter. I have small hands and the small gloves fit REALLY well. Old gloves are now my hoof trimming gloves and the new ones are inside. Can't go wrong here. February 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terrific Gloves These gloves are great! Our other gloves are just sitting in a heap gathering dust. These gloves keep your hands clean and dry. They're flexible and they fit really well, so they don't get in the way at all. We've worn them from spring until fall doing yard work and they don't show any signs of wear. We highly recommend them! November 24, 2010
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are they waterproof?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2014
Best Answer: No. the back is a woven fabric that lets in water, and also allows much more cooling than leather or a waterproof glove. The palms feel fine to me even when they are wet, but of course in winter they are a bit cold when wet. They do dry overnight. I use them for grooming and gardening. They are extremely grippy for riding, much more so than leather, but the feel on the reins does not change when they are wet.
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