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PostSubject: Horse Riding Clothes   Fri Jul 04, 2008 2:47 pm

Horse Riding Clothes






What to Wear
Select clothing that will help ensure your safety. Your clothes should not get in your way or be able to get caught on anything, such as a branch or saddle horn. Your clothes or anything you wear should not be able to flap around to avoid scaring the horse.

Avoid wearing dangling necklaces, purses, scarves, bracelets or anything that can get caught on the saddle, in the horse's mane or tail, or branches, and also to avoid potentially scaring the horse. Horses have extraordinary peripheral vision and any flashing jewelry from the sun could startle them. Also if you have long hair, you should tie it back to avoid it from flying around in the wind.

Wear your shirt tucked into your pants to avoid it from flapping in the wind or getting caught. Loose and un-tucked shirts have a tendency to get snagged on the saddle horn when mounting or dismounting, or when leaning down to avoid getting hit by a branch. A button shirt is preferred because if you do get it snagged on something while the horse is moving, and for some reason you are unable to stop her, the buttons would come off to help free you.

Do not wear shorts. Wear long pants made of tough material, such as jeans, to avoid getting scratched or gouged by branches, and to avoid tearing. Your pant legs should be long enough so that they do not ride up when you are mounted on the horse, and your legs stay protected.

Most importantly, wear the correct type of footwear when going horseback riding. Sandals simply are not a good choice! Your entire foot should be covered to avoid any injury, such as getting stepped on by a horse. Your footwear should also have a heel to prevent your foot from accidentally sliding through the stirrup and getting trapped - it's possible you could be dragged if you were to fall off. Boots are preferred as they also offer protection around your ankles and shins, should you brush up against a tree or post.

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PostSubject: Re: Horse Riding Clothes   Fri Jul 04, 2008 3:49 pm

[Men's Riding Clothes

Breeches, Polo Jeans, & Riding Jeans:
Tradional riding breeches, jeans, and polo jeans with a classic, comfortable fit.





Chaps
For casual wear or schooling days at the barn.





Footwear
Classic styled, durable tall riding and paddock boots made from quality leather specially designed for a custom-like fit.





Gloves
Leather and winter riding gloves for a secure grip.






Helmets
Top quality European designed riding helmets rigorously tested and ASTM F-1163-04/SEI certified.






Show Coats
Classic tailored men's show coats for traditional look made from stretch fabric blend for unrestricted movement.







Casual Riding Jackets
Waterproof and breathable casual riding jackets ideal for year-round riding.






Socks
Technically designed riding socks for comfort and support in various styles and colors.





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