FITS Silk Touch Show Shirts Keep You Cool And On Budget

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FITS, inventor of the most athletically advanced riding breech on the market, announced a new lower price on their highly popular Anna and Claire Silk Touch Show Shirts.

“With a new factory and increasing popularity of the shirts, we’ve been able to drop the price from $144 to $118,” said Sheryl Rudolph, founder of FITS. “This is a great price for such a lovely fabric and detailing on the shirt. It feels like nothing on your body, whisper soft, feather weight, and so wonderfully cool and wicking. It’s air conditioning in a shirt!”

There are two Silk Touch Show Shirts to choose from, both in flattering body-skimming lines in a super wicking blend of 86% nylon and 14% Lycra, with unparalleled breathability and stretch for ultimate comfort and no bulk under your show coat.

The Claire has a striking, detailed ribbon accent on the under placket, and has a ratcatcher collar with a stock tie loop. It comes in light blue and white.

The Anna is virtually identical, but goes a step beyond with highly breathable stretchy powermesh used as a functional and flattering accent fabric on the under sleeves and back yoke where riders tend to sweat. The Anna is available in white only.

Both the Claire and Anna are available in sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, for a suggested retail price of $118. See FITSriding.com for a complete list of online and local retailers, and for more information.

FITS (“Fun In The Saddle”) launched in 2005, bringing to market the original patented PerforMAX top-performance technical breech that continues to revolutionize the way riders connect with their saddle, their horse, and their riding experience. Today FITS has a well-deserved reputation as inventor of the most advanced athletic wear for the English rider, with a full range of exceptional performance clothing for year-round riding. FITS is sold widely throughout the USA, with growing availability in Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, France, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.