Men's Horse Riding Sleeveless Gilet 100 - Navy


Our horse riding designers developed this sleeveless gilet for beginning riders! Can be worn during cool weather and/or while warming up.

Our very lightweight 100 sleeveless gilet keeps your chest warm and leaves your arms and shoulders free to move. Very practical with its 3 closed pockets!

Color: Asphalt blue
Size: size guide


Eco designed

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Product benefits

Freedom of movement

The cut and shoulders ensure greater ease of movement in the saddle.


120g/m² recycled quilted lining to keep your chest at the right temperature.

Easy maintenance

Horse hairs won't stick to the outer fabric and it will be easy to clean.


The lining keeps cold air out.

Water repellent

Light rain will run off the fabric long enough for you to get to shelter.


Wadding made of 90% recycled polyester. Grey mass-dyed lining

Technical information


3 zipped front pockets
2 large inside pockets


2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Padding 100% Polyester Main fabric 100% Polyester Main lining 100% Polyester

Maintenance advice

Machine wash - 40° max - normal

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Do not dry-clean

Customer reviews


Environmental Impact

The carbon footprint of this product is:
9.67 kg CO2e
1 kg of CO2e represents 5km in a petrol car (according to the Base Carbone© of ADEME)
What's the carbon footprint ? We evaluate the environmental impact of all our products. At all stages of their life cycle: from the extraction of the raw material, passing through transport to the plant which transforms them, the transformation, the manufacture, the transport of the finished product, until its use and end of life. Find out more
The environmental note of this product is: B
What is the environmental note? Overall environmental score for this product in comparison to others in the same category. It is calculated based on its impact on the environment (air and water emissions, greenhouse gas emissions, depletion of natural resources) at each stage of its life cycle, according to a system managed by ADEME. Find out more