Fab Freebie: Stay Dry & Stylish with a Kerrits Coach’s Coat

The long lines of the Coach's Coat are designed to help keep the rider dry both in and out of the saddle. Photo by Lorraine Peachey. The long lines of the Coach's Coat are designed to help keep the rider dry both in and out of the saddle. Photo by Lorraine Peachey.

Happy start of Christmas week, ENers! I’m about to go on overload from all of the holiday functions, decorations, shopping, cookies, lights and the general splendor of this time of the year. It seems to have really snuck up on me this year, but I’m going to enjoy each and every moment of the season that’s left.

So let’s kick off the week with another Fab Freebie. This week, one lucky reader will be taking home a Coach’s Coat from Kerrits. When the conditions outside turn cold and rainy, it’s time to gear up in some all weather appropriate outerwear that will help keep you warm and dry. We recently reviewed the Coach’s Coat, and you can read all about the experience here.

The Coach’s Coat is designed to provide protection against the rainy and snowy weather of the cold season to keep the rider dry both in and out of the saddle. It is constructed of Hydrotek fabric, which is both windproof and waterproof. In addition, the coat is also critically seam sealed to protect against all weather conditions.

In the saddle. And out of the saddle. I stay dry and comfortable while wearing the Coach's Coat...which has made it one of my go to outer layers. Photo by Lorraine Peachey

In the saddle. And out of the saddle. I stay dry and comfortable while wearing the Coach’s Coat, which has made it one of my go to outer layers. Photo by Lorraine Peachey

The Coach’s Coat from Kerrits is available in four colors, including Pepper Plaid, Bronze Plaid, Arctic Plaid and Flint Check, all of which coordinate with the rest of their collection. All four colors are available in sizes small through extra large and have a retail price of $199. You can find it 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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