The new summer rider wear collection from Kingsland Equestrian is now in stock and oh my, its amazing!! I've already got most of the pieces in my wardrobe all set for summer hacking and sunny schooling sessions!
Kingsland are celebrating their 20th Anniversary this year and have gone all out to produce an exceptional rider wear collection for the summer. Featuring a new range of the best selling riding leggings, the collection is everything you’d expect from the brand with high quality finishes and details throughout. It really is a celebration of all things equestrian fashion.
The new updated Karina riding leggings come in both a full seat and knee grip option - this season Kingsland have created their own take on a camo print which is available in grey and a navy or black version with a slightly subtler print panel - both available on our website. Created from a 4 way stretch tech fabric, they offer an unrivalled comfort when in the saddle and are a flattering fit. They're a firm favourite in both our wardrobes as they're so much lighter and more comfortable than breeches when the weather is warmer.
To complement the breeches and leggings, we have also selected the Aconcagua short sleeved training shirt in Navy or Grey from the collection. The summer take on the incredibly popular technical base layer style top is created from a high quality fabric to ensure riders are comfortable, dry and stylish. The pattern compliments the range of leggings really well and I can see this being a real summer stale in any rider's wardrobe this year.
The Culaba is the star of the show for me - I've already snaffled it up in both colours and have worn it to absolute death and the merest hint of some sunshine. The absolutely stunning polo shirt features a glitter placket detail to the front and it make from a technical piquet fabric which gives it a smarter structure/look but still has all the features of the technical training tops to keep you cool, dry and comfortable.
For cooler days, riders can opt for the Polodi knitted sweater in grey which features the Kingsland cross logo picked out in sparkling thread to the rear for an eye-catching look.
Which is your favourite piece from the collection?