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Ariat Pro Series Hunt Coat (Women's 16L)

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Ariat Pro Series Hunt Coat (Women's 16L)

100.00

Original Retail: $249.00

Condition: Good condition; stain on lining (pictured)

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Item Details

Description: The Ariat Pro Series wool show coat is a beautiful addition to your show season closet. The olive herringbone pattern is a refreshing look in the show ring, yet traditional enough to suit any class or level.  
Brand: Ariat Pro Series
Size: Women's 16 Long Shoulders 16.25", Sleeve 25", Bust 39", Length 28.25" 
Color: Olive herringbone with mauve lining; 3 front buttons for classic hunter look; double vented back
Material: 100% wool

**Ariat show coats run small, The Rider's Closet is happy to help you take measurements to ensure proper sizing!**

If you need further specifications, call or email us at 415.723.0873; support@theriderscloset.com. We're happy to help! 

 

How to fit a show coat

Comfort: Practice your jumping position with a show coat on over a show shirt. Does it feel like it's about to split? Are you drowning in material? The coat should feel a bit roomier (but not boxy) 'on the ground' since you need some space to move in the saddle! The Rider's Closet offers a free 10-day return policy. If you try it on and it doesn't work, no worries, we'll take it back and help you find a coat that suits you!

Shape: Everyone wants to have a waist. To make sure your coat flatters your waist best, align the 3rd coat button down at the same level as your belly button.

Length: Coat tails should rest at the middle of your bum. Longer, and you'll sit on them; shorter, and you'll be showing off your belt every time you jump. Jacket sleeves should rest at your wrist bone. When in doubt, go for the slightly longer sleeves and coat tails to allow for more movement.