Remember that time in the not so distant past when I gave away a super cool winter equestrian jacket from Horze? Yeah? Well, good!
The winners have all received their jackets, and the verdict is in… it’s a good coat! Here’s what our three winners had to say about this versatile jacket.
Crystal, a non-blogger, admitted the jacket was much nicer in person that she expected it to be. She thought it was going to be a fall weight jacket, but found it to be warm enough for North Carolina winters!
Carly from Poor Woman Showing also won a Horze Club Jacket. Here’s a highlight of her review!
Aside from fit, one of the things I love most about Horze stuff (apart from the fact that I giggle like a child when saying their name) is their construction. I have a pair of breeches and a show sheet from them, and both feel like they’re built to last. Same with the jacket. It’s a tough, waterproof outer shell with thick fleece around the torso area. I can see using this jacket for many more winters.
You can read the entire review of this jacket on her blog review post.
Our third and final winner is Hillary from Equestrian at Hart. Here’s some of what she had to say about the jacket:
This jacket appears to be well made and even withstood Houston nibbling on it – Yeah, my horse is an orally fixated freak. It repels dust well and kept me pretty warm when it was 30 degrees at the barn in the morning and throughout the day I stayed comfortable even with the rise in temperature. The inner lining is fleece through the body (think vest area) which at first seemed weird because I was like wah! I want my arms to feel the softness too but this design is fantastic when you are wearing long sleeves because you can slide your arms in more easily.
You can read Hillary’s full review on pros, cons, and sizing information on her blog review post.
Thanks again to everyone who entered this giveaway! I’m hoping to have something else up my sleeves before too long… stay posted!