Posted: 3rd September 2013 | Back to news feed

 With winter on the way, the great outdoors can take its toll on horse riders – one minute pouring rain, the next minute gusty wind and freezing temperatures. Ariat have created the ultimate winter jacket for this season, designed to keep equestrians warm, dry and comfortable when faced with the unpredictable seasonal elements.
The Women’s Ariat Regent Insulated Parka is versatile enough to wear when working on the yard, riding or walking the dog – yet still regains a smart appearance to ensure it doesn’t look out of place at shows or for battling the weather on the way to work.

 Utilising Ariat’s well-researched fabric technologies, the Regent Insulated Parka is packed full of practical features. The waterproof outer shell has taped seams throughout to give exceptional protection against wet weather, meanwhile windproof properties block out draughts and help defend against blustery conditions. Team these properties with the cosy, quilted Polyfill insulation and the Regent Parka is one of the only items of outerwear you will need this season.

The smart outer fabric is stain repellent to protect against dirt and other marks, ensuring the Regent Insulated Parka looks unblemished and as good as new, while the innovative breathable technology blocks water from the outside but allows body vapor to escape to prevent overheating.

 Features include many pockets to keep your belongings safe - from cargo hand pockets to zippered chest pockets - a two-way zip and an adjustable waist for a flattering, tailored fit. In addition an oversized, detachable hood designed to fit over a riding helmet and saddle vents ensure the Regent Insulated Parka is the perfect ‘in the saddle’ essential. 
Survive this season in style with the Women’s Ariat Regent Insulated Parka. Available in navy and espresso in sizes XS – XXL, priced at £179.99.

 For more information about the comprehensive collection of apparel available from Ariat,

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