At The Horse Connection In Bedford Village
Horse riding is a passionate sport but also a dangerous sport, at high level as well as in leisure. The Airbag jacket is an innovation that protects the rider's vital areas.
For an airbag to be effective, it must first be worn. It is for this reason that we have decided to remove as much as possible the constraints related to its use.
We have worked closely with In&motion, a company specializing in personal protection for skiing and motorcycling, which has received several awards for its innovations.
Together we have completely redesigned the horse riding airbag. From the gas cartridge, to the trigger, to the fit of the vest or the leash, everything has been optimized to offer safety, comfort and discretion to riders, from beginners to CSI 5*.
FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT
No oversize, no useless folds or discomfort, freedom of movement is preserved thanks to the fit as well as the stretch and breathable fabrics.
PROTECTION OF THE VITAL AREAS OF THE BODY
Abdomen, neck, vertebral column, chest.
THIN & ERGONOMIC
The trigger and the recharge are thin and ergonomic in order to be as discreet and comfortable as possible. Patented system exclusive to the Horse Pilot Airbag integrating In&motion technology
Horse Pilot integrates technical and innovative concepts into its clothing. Our leitmotiv: to bring the best of textile technology to riders. Our team analyses the needs of riders day after day. Each of our garments is designed and engineered to meet their expectations for performance, protection and excellence. The search for optimization is our permanent commitment. The four pillars of our innovation: make movements easier, increase performances, improve comfort and protect the riders.
To us, it is obvious that we are responsible for the impact of our activity. This is why we strive to minimize our footprint at all levels.
• Designing long-lasting and repairable products
• Using eco-friendly textile materials
• Promoting an eco-friendly cleaning of our products
• Minimizing packaging
• Ensuring quality working conditions for our teams
• Controlling the working conditions of our partners and subcontractors
• Minimizing our carbon footprint
• Using recycled and recyclable materials
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