While the venerable bodysuit has been around for decades - it is largely unknown in the riding world. So this one was designed with riding in mind: comfortable, dynamic, and polished before it’s equestrian-introduction.
This competition bodysuit is designed with the working woman in mind.
It is a perfect crossover blouse to wear to the office and the ultimate equestrian show shirt for the hunter or jumper ring. Incredibly soft and flattering this bodysuit will make for a more elegant look at work or at the show. Long sleeves, poplin collar
Fabric: 85% polyester / 16% spandexInstructions: Wash cold, lay flat to dry
The major difference between a leotard (traditionally associated with athletics) and a bodysuit is the crotch closure. Bodysuits have a snap closure while leotards do not have an opening at the crotch.
Bodysuits became a staple in women’s fashion in the
No. It will not hurt while you're in the saddle for a few important reasons. First, the snap closure is positioned at the front of the thong— not underneath—so you won’t sit on it. Next, the thong is made out of a breathable, 4-way stretch material and is mid-rise so it won’t pinch or sag. Additionally, it's been tested hundreds of times —literally hundreds of times! Numerous riders of various skill levels tested these bodysuits while riding multiple horses over the course of several weeks.