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Buying A Horse Riding Jacket Online

Updated on February 7, 2013

Horse Riding Jackets :: From Equestrian Show Jackets To Western Wear

When it comes to riding a horse, the gear that you are wearing has a great impact on your level of comfort, flexibility, confidence, and ultimately, the ability to ride well. Purchasing horse riding jackets isn’t a straight forward affair, however, which is why so many riders seem to get hung up. Most riders, especially beginners, believe that you simply have to know your size in order to purchase the perfect jacket, but this just isn’t true.

Size is one of the most important aspects to take into consideration when purchasing a new jacket, but it’s not as simple as it seems. You want to make sure that it fits perfectly around your shoulders and arms, as well as your chest and lower back.

Wearing a jacket that is improper fitting makes you appear unprofessional, and if it is too tight, you may be constrained in your movement. As long as the jacket you intend to purchase will fit properly, you are going to need to think about which seasons you will be using it in most. If you live in an area where it is cold year round, you want to avoid materials that will allow your body heat to escape.

Likewise, if you are riding in warmer climates, you are going to need to stay away from heavy cottons and other materials which could cause you to sweat. Most manufacturers tend to push their products for one season or another, so you won’t have to worry about this until you start getting into the lower quality, super cheap riding jackets being sold.

You will also want to think about your intended use. For general riding and exercise or training, you can get away with using a basic jacket. However, if you begin to show your horses, or possibly even exercise them heavily, you will want a riding jacket that fits snug to your body.

The type of riding you will be doing plays a large role in the amount that you are going to spend for the jacket. General use horse riding jackets are much cheaper than professional riding apparel, which may not be necessary for most riders, although if you are entering dressage competition for example, equestrian show jackets are necessary, and will probably need to match your horse riding pants.

Buying a new riding jacket is not all that difficult. As long as you know the size you are going to need, and how you intend to use the jacket in most situations, you should have a fairly easy time choosing the style you like. Buying from online vendors helps give you a choice in selection and help you save a lot of money over purchasing through a local retailer.

Horse Riding Jackets
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