The?SSG Schooler Left/Right Gloves is an economical, durable and comfortable glove that's perfect for young beginners and helps them make sure they have their gloves on the right hands!
Average Customer Rating:
(2 Reviews) 2
Rating breakdown2 reviews
2 of 2(100%)of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for SSG Schooler Left/Right Gloves
Review 1 for SSG Schooler Left/Right Gloves
March 16, 2013
I have used this product for:less than a month
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"These gloves are great for the price! I haven't invested in superior gloves (> $50), so I don't have much to compare to. I can't imagine how much better more expensive gloves can be, though. These do the job great. They're tacky and help me keep good contact with the reins and horse. They are also washable, supposedly, which is a plus. They're black, so dirt shows up on them relatively easily; however it's easy to get the dirt out so far! I just give them a couple whacks on my leg and the dirt falls off.
The only reason I gave these 3 stars for quality was because there's a long stretch on the forefinger where you can see the stitching out turned (facing you/the outside, instead of being hidden inside the glove). You can't notice it unless you're really looking, so it's not a big deal, but it is a reflection on quality.
Sizing! These run a little large, I think. I have very wide, but short hands. I measured a 7.25-7.5", so I was going to size up. However, on the nice recommendation from a SmartPak employee, I chose a size 7 just because the fingers would be too long. They fit perfectly! Not too snug at all. There is a tiny bit of extra room at the fingertips, but I've got notoriously short hands."
Review 2 for SSG Schooler Left/Right Gloves
January 13, 2013
I have used this product for:1-3 months
Riding Style:Leisure/Trail Riding - Western
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"These were pretty cheap gloves, but they seem pretty good! The fit was perfect (I used the measurement/size c provided) and they are pretty comfy. I am a beginner in riding, so I don't have much to compare them to. Not bad for someone who just needs a pair of gloves for practicing in."