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There are a lot of different riding clothes on the market. For English riders, there are breeches, jodhpurs, hunt coats, tall riding boots, and tons of others. Western riders use chaps with fringes, slinky shirts, colorful vests, cowboy hats, cowboy boots, and colorful, bright jewelry. Saddle seat riders wear swallowtail coats and derby hats and tall riding boots. Lots of riders just wear jeans, a t-shirt, and paddock boots to ride, the way I do. ALWAYS remember to wear your riding helmet, though! Set an example for the younger riders who are observing you, older riders! and you younger riders...wear them because you've got your whole life ahead of you and it's the smart thing to do.

A lot of riders wear riding gloves, which you can get in variety from winter riding gloves to barrel racing gloves. Chaps are also common, because you can wear them over almost anything. Half chaps are available for those who just wear jeans but want extra grip on the saddle.

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