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30 November,2017

Micro Is Mighty!

The Equetech Charlgrove Micro Packable Jacket & Gilet are the perfect lightweight winter warmers every equestrian needs in their riding wardrobe!

Both new additions are styled in ultra-lightweight micro-down insulation and feature a flattering tailored silhouette. The gilet has a beautifully sculptured neckline to keep you warm. The jacket has a detachable quilted hood, and both garments have vertical side quilting with piping, front pockets and a machine washable care label. Both styles come with their own drawstring storage bag ready to roll into action when temperatures drop.

The micro solution to a mighty cold problem!

Chalgrove Micro Packable Gilet: RRP: £80.95  Chalgrove Micro Packable Jacket: RRP: £101.95

Sizes: XS – XXL Colours: Charcoal

www.equetech.com

01296 688 966


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