Bundle up and fight the cold with these seasonal barn staples to add some warmth to your winter equestrian apparel.
Polartec Wind Pro shell keeps weather out, while fleece lining fights chill with cozy softness. $119; www.kerrits.com
Lightweight down fill to keep warm and cozy, with water-resistant outer shell for wet weather. $89.95; www.smartpakequine.com
Water-resistant and stylish with memory foam footbed. Reinforced calf for riding. $129.95; www.smartpakequine.com
Thinsulate-lined legs for warmth with stretch panels on the side for greater range of motion. $99.99; www.carhartt.com
Saddle print microsuede shell with berber lining for warmth. $109.99; www.outbacktrading.com
Chunky knit is on-trend with matching infinity scarf. $39.95; www.shop.horseware.com
Water-repellent finish with 40 grams of insulation. Soft faux fur lining in collar and hood. $119.95; www.nobleequestrian.com
Waterproof and breathable full-grain leather with adjustable laces and side zip. $239.99; www.dublinclothing.com
Stylish puffer with polyfill and warm poly lining. Vented back for riding. $94.99; www.dublinclothing.com
This article on winter equestrian barn apparel originally appeared in the December 2019 issue of Horse Illustrated magazine. Click here to subscribe!