Whether you’re a professional trainer, barn manager, or horse owner, the same constant remains – you need performance outerwear that works as hard as you do. As a barn manager myself, I rely heavily on durable outerwear to stay comfortable while feeding and cleaning stalls. When it came time for me to teach and ride, I would shed my warm, bulky layers for a more professional appearance, but would be left feeling freezing in the arena.
This year, I traded my bulky Schmitt overalls in for a more stylish, full-body alternative – a Redingote winter insulated jumpsuit. The best part? With their feminine silhouette, I don’t have to sacrifice style and a professional appearance for warmth and comfort.
Insulated from head to toe
Magnetic storm flap
D-ring for spurs
Co-founders Connie and Allison combined their backgrounds in the equestrian and fashion industries to create their high-performance one-pieces.
If you’re on the lookout for new riding or working gear this season, Redingote’s new product launch may be the right product for you. Check out their website, which Farm & Fir Co. designed, to learn more!
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