Hot-Weather Essentials

Beat the heat at the barn this summer with these hot-weather style essentials that will keep you cool and fashionable.

Warm-Weather Wild Rags

Help keep the sun and dust off your face this summer with a moisture-wicking wild rag. This wild rag is sewn from a silky-smooth moisture-wicking fabric and is durable enough to keep up with all your summer activities. There are more than 200 patterns and colors to choose from, plus four different sizes. With its trendy turquoise, coral, and pink colors and unique Aztec pattern, this wild rag pairs perfectly with a Western graphic tee or can be used to protect your face from the sun and debris during your ride. $25.00; prorateequine.com.

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Cool and Comfortable

Soak up the sun without worrying about the harmful UV rays, thanks to this sun shirt. This blue long-sleeved hoodie has a UPF of 30 and is made from moisture-wicking fabric. It features raglan-style sleeves and has an envelope pocket at the side seam—making it a perfect athleisure piece for the barn. $30.00; wrangler.com.

Happy Feet

Avoid sweaty feet this summer by wearing socks designed to withstand hot temperatures. The TuffRider Coolmax Printed Boot Socks are made with fabric that allows moisture to escape keeping your feet dry, and the brightly colored chevron pattern is the perfect color for summer. $10.59; statelinetack.com.

Step into Summer

Step into a pair of boots with breathable mesh panels and a cooling liner to stay comfortable all summer. With their dark brown leather and bright turquoise mesh panels that look more like a design than cooling technology, these boots will be the perfect addition to your summer wardrobe. 194.95; ariat.com.

Functional and Fashionable

Beat the heat this summer with a stylish tank top designed to keep your skin cool. Not only is the blue floral design eye-catching, the Kerrits Ice Fill tank top cools your skin by five degrees, plus it protects you from the sun with UPF 30. $44; kerrits.com.

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