Isn’t it the greatest feeling ever to head out for a ride on a bright and sunny day? Many of my rides in recent days end with both me and my horse sweaty and exhausted. Even when I’m dripping with sweat, I usually always feel accomplished and very happy.
Making sure my riding attire is warm weather friendly is important. Recently, I’ve been riding in a pair of Ice Fil Tech Tights from Kerrits (you can check out my review here). And for this week’s Fab Freebie on EN, one of our lucky readers will be able to score a pair of their own!
Why are these tights warm weather friendly? The Ice Fil fabric technology of the Tech Tights help to convert sweat to refrigerant, lowering the skin’s temperature up to five degrees. Which means that on warm days, they can help to keep skin just a little cooler.
The Ice Fil Tights also feature anti slip Kerrit Sticks for added grip. The Kerrit Sticks are actually a unique (and super cute) pattern of silicon carrots that provides an equal ratio of stretch, stick and breathability.
Another noteworthy feature of the Ice Fil Tech Tights is the large side pocket, which is perfect for storing my large smartphone in while I ride. The super lightweight fabric offers a four way stretch, along with UPF 50+ sun protection.
The Ice Fil Tech Tights are machine washable in cold water, and take a tumble dry no heat. They retail for $89.00 and are available in 5 different colors, including Tan, Huckleberry, River, Black and Shale (pictured). You can learn more about these made in the USA tights here.
A special thanks goes out to Kerrits for providing this week’s prize! 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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