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Stay Warm with These Winter Horse Riding Clothing Tips

September 24, 2020

Stay Warm with These Winter Horse Riding Clothing Tips

Autumn is here and the time has come to start preparing for the colder weather. For your beloved horses, that means laying down extra hay, buttoning up the stalls, and evaluating the body condition and nutrition of your noble steed. For you, it means gearing up with the cold weather horse riding clothing that’s going to keep you warm and toasty whether you’re out working or riding.

Heated Horse Riding Clothing

You work hard for your horses, now it’s time to let your clothes work hard for you. You know better than most how chilly winds can quickly cool you down. With Gobi Heat® heated horse riding clothing, you’ll be layered up from head to toe in the warmth you want without the bulk you don’t. Here are our favorite heated horse riding clothing options for you to enjoy this season.

Heated Base Layers 

Heated base layers are the welcomed companion for any cold weather riding adventure. Thin enough to fit under your regular clothing, yet powerful enough to deliver up to 140°F of heat in under 30 seconds, the Gobi Heat® asecamp heated base layers will be one of your favorite horse riding clothing items for years to come. Don’t forget to slip into the battery heated socks that will make your toes feel right at home on every ride.

Heated Winter Vests

Freedom of movement meets extraordinary warmth in Gobi Heat® winter vests. The lightweight Dune heated vest is designed with a soft wind, water and abrasion resistant nylon outer shell and sleek design offering a piece that will take you from running errands to running arena exercises for up to 10 hours on a fully charged battery.


For a heated winter vest durable enough to handle the behind the scene workload that comes along with owning a horse, look no further than the Ibex men’s heated workwear vest. With five zones of heating power, wind and water resistant 380g duck cotton outer shell, you’ll never look back on your old work gear.


Heated Winter Jackets

If you’re looking to kick your horse riding clothing up a notch, consider the warmth and comfort of any one of Gobi Heat® heated winter jackets. From softshells and hi-visibility work jackets to puffers and parkas, Gobi Heat® has a jacket style for every horse lover. Between the three-five zones of extra warmth initiated on low, medium or high settings, our jackets’ machine washable capabilities and our complimentary one year warranty, the only question left to ask yourself is “why didn’t I order one sooner?”


Gear up and go for an all day adventure on horseback or on foot with the winter heated clothing must haves from Gobi Heat®.


Happy Riding!






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