Fab Freebie: Layer Up with a Kerrits Twist of Bit Riding Shirt

The quarter zip of the Twist of Bit shirt allows for a range of styling options, as well as a way to help get some extra ventilation. Photo by Lorraine Peachey. The quarter zip of the Twist of Bit shirt allows for a range of styling options, as well as a way to help get some extra ventilation. Photo by Lorraine Peachey.

Welcome to another Monday, which is made a little more fabulous since that means it is time for another Fab Freebie here on EN! This week, one lucky reader will take home a Twist of Bit Riding Shirt, courtesy of Kerrits Equestrian Apparel.

Since the temperatures have been reaching levels I’d describe as chilly, its about time to break out the base layers. As a person who is self admittedly cold most of the time, choosing the right layers to outfit myself to ride is pretty important.

The Twist of Bit Riding Shirt boasts a fun equestrian inspired microfiber fabric that offers a four way stretch. But the stretch doesn’t stop there; the top also features black panels along the sides of the shirts and around the shoulder area that are extra stretchy.

Not only does the extra bit of stretch from the black panels feel comfortable in areas I need it; it also lends a flattering and slimming appearance. Photo by Lorraine Peachey.

Not only does the extra bit of stretch from the black panels feel comfortable in areas I need it; it also lends a flattering and slimming appearance. Photo by Lorraine Peachey.

The Twist of Bit Riding Shirt is also MADE IN THE USA, and is available in sizes XS to 2X. It comes in a choice of four colors, including White, Glacier (blue), Pewter (gray), and Tan (pictured). The Twist of Bit retails for $69.00, and you can find it here.

You can read all about my recent experience with the Twist of Bit Riding shirt here.

A special thanks goes out to Kerrits for providing this week’s prize for one of our awesome readers.

So you know the drill. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, and then check back in our Friday News & Notes, where we will announce our lucky winner. Good luck!

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