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This Glove comes in black only and is durable synthetic leather that lasts 2x longer.  Second skin feel with slip free grip -extra tack, Dries completely between Rides, Hand and machine washable and is Phone Touch Screen compatible.

Features and benefits:
  • Last 2x longer -DURABLE
  • Second skin feel with slip free grip -extra tack
  • Dries completely between Rides
  • Hand and machine washable
  • Phone Touch Screen compatible
  • ½  the cost of the leading glove in the USA
  • Synthetic Leather glove  content 60% PU 40% Nylon
  • Thickness of material 0.5 mm
  • Textured Pebbled finish
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The KUNKLE Glove took over three years to craft and was designed and tested by riders, from beginners to Grand Prix Olympians. 

Some of the nation’s most admirable riders have undergone years of trial and error to take the most desirable qualities of the market’s leading glove and improve on its flaws and create the ultimate product for you!

Endorsed & Worn By: Victoria Colvin

We are proud to have our Kunkle Equestrian gloves worn and endorsed by Victoria Colvin.

Victoria is an accomplished equestrian athlete since she began riding and showing ponies at a young age and has continued to dominate in both the hunter and jumper rings as a professional.

Tori won many prestigious awards over her junior years including USEF Pony Finals champion, 2012 and 2014 George Morris Equitation Championships, 2014 ASPCA Maclay Finals, 2014 Hunterdon Cup, 2015 Talent Search Finals, and the 2015 WIHS Equitation Championships.

Arguably, Tori shines the most in her unbelievable performances in the hunters. Tori has won numerous $50,000 International Hunter derbies and was won the $100,00 WCHR Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular an outstanding six times! She is also the only rider to have won the USHJA International Hunter Derby Championship three times on three different mounts in back-to-back years.

Tori Is also a fabulous competitor in the show jumping sphere making her grand prix appearance at age 13 and having countless wins since in U25 classes across the country.

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