Winter riding gloves?

What does everyone use for winter gloves? I’m in need of a pair for riding in, and not sure what brand/type to get. I’m sorta picky. Haha. I need something that will keep my hands warm while not being super bulky. Is that even a thing? I haven’t been able to find it yet.

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Sorta unrelated but cute pictures of the ponies in the snow last year

I have a pair of the SSG -10 gloves that I absolutely love for chores. they are so warm, but I find them too bulky to ride in.

My coach introduced me to These gloves from Costco a couple years ago, and I love them. They are not designed to be riding gloves, but work really well as the have the silicone grip. They last really well, I’ve had the same pair for multiple years now. Also they are inexpensive😉. The only problem is although they are warm, they aren’t that warm. Best for fall, in my opinion. At least here, they aren’t really warm enough for the whole winter.

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Has anyone tried the winter roeckls? Maren has a pair of the Chester gloves (non winter). I’ve tried them and quite like the feel of them. I’m just hesitant as they are not cheep gloves and I’m not sure how warm they will actually be! 🤔

I am going to a very awesome trade fair at the end of this month (the shopping is amazing ;), so I will be keeping my eyes open. Any recommendations (or what to steer clear of!) are appreciated! 🙂

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6 thoughts on “Winter riding gloves?

  1. I have the SSG windstopper gloves and like them for our winters 🙂 Mine have held up to a couple years riding now. They might not be quite as warm as you want, but they’re not super bulky.

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    1. I just looked them up and they look like they could be a good option! thanks:) I like that they are water resistant, and its always good to hear first hand accounts on durability!

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  2. I would suggest nobel outfitters. Their riding gloves are between 20 and 30 dollars and are thin enough to ride in. I looked them up on the website, but I couldn’t find any, but most tack shops I have been to carry them.

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