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In addition to bringing on the latest and greatest gear, SmartPak is also pleased to introduce a limited edition run of Piper Breeches in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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SmartPak introduces new line of products for fall

PLYMOUTH, MA – October 16, 2018 – SmartPak is excited to announce that it has added hundreds of the hottest new fall products for both horse and rider online. In addition to bringing on the latest and greatest gear, SmartPak is also pleased to introduce a limited edition run of Piper Breeches in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

From the newest apparel items, to the latest in blanket technology, SmartPak has you covered this season as the one-stop shop. “Our team has been working hard all year to select and develop the best products for our customers,” said Colleen Norve, Vice President of Merchandising at SmartPak. “Fall is a great time of year, because it’s still nice enough to enjoy time outside with your horse, and for us in merchandising, it’s a time where we can introduce new colors, styles, and technologies that our customers are sure to love. SmartPak has everything you need to get into the fall riding season!”

As the seasons change, you can keep your horse warm with two new SmartPak Ultimate Blankets, both of which are backed by SmartPak’s 10-Year Indestructible Guarantee. First, the SmartPak Ultimate EasyMotion Turnout blanket offers endless ergonomic extras, such as the SmartContour cut and grazing gusset, to offer horses the ultimate freedom of movement. It also has innovative features, like a rollback neck that can easily be adjusted for warmer days.

If you have trouble fitting a blanket on your horse, look no further than the SmartPak Ultimate AdjustaNeck Turnout blanket, which was designed with hard to fit horses in mind. The AdjustaNeck system allows you to customize the neck opening to fit almost any horse, preventing uncomfortable rubs and keeping the blanket from sitting too low on your horse’s shoulders

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