Pebble Palm Stretch Gloves

$3.14
Regularly: $4.19
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Black

$3.14

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 12/11/2018.

Red

$2.92

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Product Summary:

Pebble Palm Stretch Gloves
 
Made of a four-way stretch nylon and acrylic blend, these gloves are good for any time of year.  Pebble-grip palms offer superior grip. 
 
Item Specifications:
Size:
One size fits most

Material:
Nylon/Acrylic
 
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black SLT900948 BLK 193033BK 765839930330
Burgundy SLT900948 BUR SLT900948
Hunter SLT900948 HGR SLT900948 HGR
Navy SLT900948 NVY 193034
Red SLT900948 RED 193033RD 765839930323

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inexpensive somewhat disposable for all hands that offer to help
TERRY T on Feb 29, 2016
great value
BEVERLY L on Oct 6, 2015
inexpensive somewhat disposable for all hands that offer to help
TERRY T on Feb 29, 2016
Great value.
Linnea K on Nov 12, 2015
great value
BEVERLY L on Oct 6, 2015
I buy these in bulk. They're perfect for both NM summers and winters. They provide a great grip on leather reins. Yeah, they wear out, but for the price they should. Plus, if I lose a pair, it's not a big deal.
Barbara on Jul 2, 2015
Great inexpensive riding gloves for our student drill team.
LYNN V on Jul 11, 2014
Great value.
Linnea K on Nov 12, 2015
I buy these in bulk. They're perfect for both NM summers and winters. They provide a great grip on leather reins. Yeah, they wear out, but for the price they should. Plus, if I lose a pair, it's not a big deal.
Barbara on Jul 2, 2015