Stay-Warm Gear Solutions

Ride through winter with these items.

Bonus: The glove clip allows you to keep your gloves together when not in use.

Take the Chill Off

Riding during the winter season can be fun—snowy scenery, frosted hair coats, and, most importantly, no bugs. However, staying warm while riding can be a challenge. Whether you’re riding or doing chores around the barn, a good pair of waterproof gloves can come in handy during the winter months. These insulated gloves from Heritage Gloves ($42.95; are fleece lined, phone friendly, thanks to its touchscreen fingertips, and offer a handwarmer pocket perfect for extra-cold days. 

1. Fleece Cooler
If you find your horse sweaty after a ride, try this moisture-wicking fleece cooler. It’ll keep your horse warm, and the nylon lining will prevent rub marks. $69.95;

2. Helmet Cover
This Lycra helmet cover fits most riding helmets, and has an adjustable fleece-wrap bottom that’ll keep your ears, face, and neck warm. $15.88;

3. Turnout Blanket
If your horse needs extra winter-weather protection, this turnout blanket with 300-gram fill will keep him comfortable. The 1200-denier ripstop material ensures durability throughout the winter season. Starting at $96.79;

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