Looking for gift ideas? These SmartPak customer favorites would be welcome under any equine enthusiast’s tree!
From the SmartPak Blog:
SmartPak Deluxe Turnout Blanket $129.95 – $159.95(118 reviews)
“This is a really nice sheet. I purchased our normal size 78 and it is plenty roomy, but because I intend to use it over other blankets through the seasons it will be perfect. It is everything it is advertised to be and definitely waterproof so far – we are cozy and dry.” – ChoppersMom, Wisconsin
Dubarry Galway Boot $479.00(92 reviews)
“These boots are comfortable, fit great, and hold up beautifully. I purchased them before spending some time in update New York for the holidays, and was happy that I had something warm and waterproof! These boots are perfect at the barn, or out on the town, and definitely worth the investment!” – Rosie52, Florida
Alexus Knee Patch Breeches by SmartPak $199.95(6 reviews)
Alexus Full Seat Breeches by SmartPak $229.95(7 reviews)
“These breeches are the best I have ever bought. As a previous reviewer said, they will spoil you for any others. Yes, it is the most money I have spent on breeches, but totally worth it, so comfortable and very attractive. I found the fit to be very true, I am generally a 26 long, and they fit perfectly…Buy them!” – horsehehoffman, New York
Tredstep Deluxe Half Chaps $149.95(116 reviews)
“Over the years, I’ve tried many brands of half-chaps, both leather and suede. Tredstep sizing is unbelievable. I was able to order what feels like a custom-fit in both height and width. Can’t say enough about the Tredstep half-chaps.”
– Ryan, Georgia
Pictures don’t do it justice! This is the softest, most cushy fleece I’ve ever felt. An added bonus is that it is incredibly wicking so I don’t have to spend hours waiting for my horse to dry if he gets sweaty. Love the beautiful plaid design on the inside too. It is just one more thing that makes this fleece a little more special than any others.” – HolsteinerMare, Massachusetts
Read the rest of the list on the SmartPak Blog!
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