Product DescriptionWe took the western look and totally rearranged the style. The upper area of this long sleeve riding shirt is styled with super curvy lines giving it a look that screams "wicked cool". We used technical poly fabrics with wicking and quick dry features for comfort while in action and added a vent system that runs the length of the sleeve down the side of shirt for added breathability. The Go Long is styled with pearl snaps and great colors. Of course under those snaps is our on the fly front zip system. Hot days, sun protection or a little chill this is the riding shirt that does it all.
The Go Long is an excellent long sleeved jersey, with a generous cut, which is full featured, comfortable and offers exceptional sun protection, while the Days 2 Short are a nice set of shorts, which are simple, durable and have an effective waist adjustment system. All of their products use technical performance materials, that have great wicking and odor properties, and use stretchy material for the utmost in comfort, and movability. Continue reading →
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