From the Street to the Stable, Free x Rein Breaths New Life into Equestrian Apparel

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Blending performance with streetwear sophistication, Free x Rein is apparel made for riders by women who are riders themselves. The brainchild of amateur equestrians Dana Schwartz and Andrea Vogel, the line combines soft, breathable fabrics in cuts that flatter real women’s bodies.

The Signature Ponte Pant (c) Free x Rein 

Inspired by looks Schwartz and Vogel have observed at home on the streets of New York City, their figure-sculpting riding pants can be worn in and out of the ring. These include the four-way stretch Signature Ponte Pants ($235) and cotton-blend Derby Pants ($260), which offer freedom of movement while maintaining their tailored shape. 

You can pair your breeches with Free x Rein’s one of a kind, short-sleeved Moto ($115) or Henley Bodysuits ($115), a style that’s revolutionizing equestrian apparel as we know it. Beloved by customers for their flattering silhouette, loose-fitting fabric, and the fact that they won’t come un-tucked while you ride—ever—Free x Rein’s Bodysuits are available for schooling or the show ring in the brand’s Elite Equestrian ($200) and Sportfit Equestrian ($135) models.

The Derby Riding Pant and Moto Equestrian Bodysuit (c) Free x Rein

New this season, Free x Rein has also introduced an extra-long Moto Top ($85) T-shirt option for those looking for an alternative to the bodysuit, as well as an oh-so-chic, mix and match accessories line. The scratch-resistant Equestrian Belt ($115) and envelope-style Clutch ($180), both made of Italian cross-grain leather, can be paired together to create a comfortable hip bag for riding (the perfect solution for those of us who like to hack with our cell phones!).

The Short-Sleeve Moto Bodysuit, Clutch, and Equestrian Belt (c) Free x Rein

It’s just another way that Free x Rein continues to do what it does best: understanding the needs of the modern rider and then meeting them with style.


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