British Eventing launches official clothing range

British Eventing’s newly launched online clothing shop has something for everyone, from polo shirts through to heavyweight jackets. Available through the Shop on the BE website, the full collection is out now.

One of the most notable additions to the shop is the option to purchase the regional clothing. The Howden Way Regional Academy clothing is also available just in time for the Academies opening their doors for the first time next month. The Academies not only enable riders to train like an Olympian within their local area, but they also provide the opportunity to be part of a supportive community network. The new regional range will reflect this, allowing riders to show their connection to their BE region through the clothing they wear.

With next season just around the corner, there is no better time to get yourself kitted out. There is plenty of choice across all the ranges and each product is styled around the classic BE navy blue base colour and features the BE logo alongside some of the sports key partner logos such as The Howden Way, Bates Saddles and the Event Horse Owners Association (EHOA).

All items have been selected with sustainability in mind along with the peace of mind that they have been ethically manufactured.  Garments are individually produced for each specific order and carry size guides for each item.

View the range and order your own regional or supporter clothing by clicking the link below.

For those requiring coaches, stewards or officials clothing, passwords will be shared directly.


Happy shopping!

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