Ranch Riding, Working Cow Horse, Reining or Cutting, regardless of which class you are showing in, a traditional western shirt is always a must. But finding the right fit and feel can sometimes be a daunting task. Noble Outfitters™ has just introduced their new Perfect Fit Western Show Shirt, and it is something that cannot be passed up this show season. It is exactly what the name implies, a “perfect fit,” and more!
A great fitting shirt that can be worn off the rack is rare to find. Longer sleeves to be able to accommodate the movement riding involves, a shirt that will stay tucked in, and of course a flattering fit without bumps or bulges – the Noble Outfitters Perfect Fit Western Show Shirt not only meets, but exceeds all of these unstated requirements. The longer arm length and dropped back hem allow you to maintain mobility in your arms without worrying about the sleeves riding up as you ride or your shirttail coming undone as you move with your horse through a dynamic cut. The shirt stays where you want it, so you can move where you need to.
This shirt boasts a unique zipper/button combination down the front that provides many perks for all active riders. The zipper removes the hassle of fumbling with buttons and allows the front placket to lie flat against your body without gaping, and buttons are placed on the top portion of the shirt to allow maintaining the traditional buttoned up look. Fabric features like 2-way stretch, Coolmax®, Opti-Dry Technology and UPF 50+ protection only add to the list of must-have attributes of this innovative shirt. Since color is a major consideration when purchasing a shirt, the Noble Outfitters Perfect Fit Show Shirt comes in a classic black that can perfectly match any show pad, hat or chap, and a brilliant crystal blue that goes well with all horse colors and skin tones. Designed to be worn as-is, or personalized with studding and crystals to stand out in the ring, the Perfect Fit Western Show Shirt is the ultimate shirt for any level of competition.
Thanks to Lauren Crivelli for contributing to this article.