Brands We Love: Tailored Sportsman

tailored sportsman A good show ensemble is an absolute must for every rider, particularly those who plan to compete often. While some styles of show attire go in and out of show ring fashion, Tailored Sportsman produces a line that is timeless- both in design and durability. While Tailored Sportsman is most well known for their breeches, the brand also produces elegant show shirts and competition coats to complete your horse show look.

Here are some of the stylish staples from Tailored Sportsman you need to fill your horse show closet with:

  • Breeches – From horse shows to schooling, from clinics to trail rides, having breeches with both superior craftsmanship and classic style will get you far. tailored sportsman trophy hunter breechesThe Tailored Sportsman Trophy Hunter Low-Rise Breech is a traditional look that is suitable for both schooling and showing. These top quality breeches are available in eighteen different, classic colors for a put together, comfortable, and stylish look.If you are looking for high-quality schooling breeches, the Tailored Sportsman Original Cotton Breech with knee patches and stretch fabric is a great deal with our exclusive special.
  • Show Shirts – There is no need to be dull with your show clothes. Your sense of style and personality is free to shine with the Premier Convertible Collar show shirt. For a clean cut appearance while in the show ring, snap the collar closed under your coat; then unsnap the collar and roll tailored sportsman premier convertible collar show shirtyour sleeves up after your class to let your personal style and color out. With so many bold patterns and colors to choose from, it shouldn’t be difficult to find an option with this shirt that suits you perfectly. For hot summer competition days, the IceFill® Show Shirt has a similar colorful flair inside the collar, with IceFill® technology built in to lowers your temperature by up to 5 degrees while wicking moisture away from your skin.tailored sportsman premium competition coat
  • Show Coats – A required outer layer at competitions, a good show coat will wick moisture away to keep you cool under pressure on the interior, while resisting water and stains on the exterior. The Premium Competition Coat from Tailored Sportsman does just that with its breathable, easy care, stretch Schoeller soft shell fabric. This coat has 3XDRY® technology built into it, which makes the exterior water and stain repellent. This coat has been designed for a slim fit so it drapes naturally when you’re in the saddle, as any top quality show coat should.
  • Belts – The finishing touch to your riding outfit is a simple yet stylish belt. Tailored tailored sportsman clarino beltSportsman’s Quilted Clarino Belt is intended to complement your breeches and can be ordered by breech size for a perfect fit. A variety of colors allows you to add a dash of color to your traditional show ring look for competitions.

For the equestrian who values the classic look of a traditional appearance, but loves to show a glimpse of their personality, every aspect of your schooling and showing outfits is covered with Tailored Sportsman. Iconic, classic, and legendary, Tailored Sportsman was founded in 1920 and is highly regarded as one of the leaders in equestrian style, producing breeches and other apparel items that are consistently sought after by English riders. Browse our entire line of Tailored Sportsman products here, including new items for this fall! If “Best Dressed” were a horse show class, this brand would be sure to be accented with a blue ribbon every time.

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  1. This blog is awesome with all its stories just like a newspaper and it has riding tips and it informs you about current events. I’m on the Dover Saddlery website all the time looking at their tack and they have EVERYTHING. I’ve been loving their stuff for a long time and it grew even more when I found their blog. I don’t how to say it again, but I just love Dover Saddlery including their store, their website, and their blog. Oh, and don’t forget, their TACK.(:

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