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RJ Classics Xtreme Show Coat (Women's 10R)

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RJ Classics Xtreme Show Coat (Women's 10R)

250.00

Original Retail: $562.00

Condition: Like-new

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Item Details

Description: A cutting edge show coat that's versatile, athletic, and stylish. The interior is unconstructed to remove any obstructions to rider movement, the ultra lightweight fabric is breathable for long show days, and a zipper concealed by the front buttons keeps the coat from gapping as you compete! This jacket is the latest and greatest from RJ Classics and retails for more than $500!
Size: Women's 10R; 16" shoulders; 23.5" sleeve length; 34" chest; 25" back length (contact us for additional fit questions)
Style: Navy soft shell with water- and UV-resistant exterior; hidden front zip to minimize gapping; 4 stylish front buttons; brown trim and accents; modern zips on sleeves; 3 fun front-zip pockets for modern flair
Material: Wrinkle free, machine washable 72.5% polyamide, 27.5% elastane

Have additional questions about fit? Call or email us! We're happy to help.
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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!

Shape: 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.