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horse New For The UK - The Woodfield Coat

The Woodfield-coat is designed in collaboration with the Swedish Mounted Police Force, with extremely high demands on quality and function.
The Woodfield-coat has been tested and approved by GORE-TEX for professional use in Germany.
The Swedish Mounted Police Force wears the Woodfield-coat, to keep them dry and warm during long shifts.

The woodfield-coat is perfect clothing for people that spend hours in the saddle. It will keep the rider, the saddle and the back of the horse, dry and warm, even in extreme weather conditions, regardless of which discipline you practice.
The hood is large enough to fit over the helmet. All pockets are waterproof. Leg straps,
"Napoleon" pockets with fleece, and fleece lined collar for best comfort.

The Woodfield-coat is available with or without reflexes. If you choose the one with reflexes, you can be sure always to be seen,
whether you are riding or just going out for a walk with the dog.

If you are hunting, and standing still for many hours, you can be sure the Woodfield-coat will keep you dry and warm.

The outer layer is a Cordura fabric with a Teflon coating, that is water and stain repellent.
The lining is a guaranteed waterproof and highly breathable GORE-TEX Stormliner. All seams are durably sealed with GORE-SEAM tape.
After testing many different materials, we have found that this combination of Cordura and GORE-TEX is outstanding. Machine wash warm (104 F/40 C).

We are looking for a distributor in the UK that will cover either the private market or the public market (uniforms) or perhaps both.

For more information, please contact us at:

Woodfield Box 288, 441 26 Alingsås SWEDEN
Phone: +46(0)322-51790 Fax: +46(0)322-51110


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