Smart outdoor wear that enable life outdoors
All of us working at Uhip spends or time in the stable, many of us also around dogs or outdoors in general. Our products were born out of needs we have experienced our selves, both in terms of design, function or materials. Many of the products were new to the market when they saw the daylight. For instance the thermal skirt for horseback riders with the matching jacket that was invented with ”hand warmers”. The long padded coat became a hit once it was launched and the wool inside the midlayers was new to equestrians.
Thermal skirts for horseback riders
Thermal skirts with features specially adapted for life around horses
Long riding coat wiht light weight mateiral
Padded smooth, riding coat that keeps you warm and dry from top to knee
Special customized riding jackets
Most of our tops have fold-over cuffs that serve as hand-warmers. There are openings for your thumb and little finger to give you free hands when you need them. The model is specially constructed for activities and sports where thin gloves are preferred, for example for riding, cycling and golf. With these tops, you can perform without frozen fingers!
All of our coats have hoods that are big enough to pull over your helmet in bad weather. If you prefer a simple collar, it’s easy to remove the hood since it’s attached with push buttons.
Two-way zippers, high vent and elastic bands
Two-way zippers at the front, high vent at the back with either buttons or zipper and the elastic leg straps that are attached on the inside of Uhip's long and shorter riding coats and thermal skirts are an unbeatable combination for those who live an active life.
All of our jackets and coats have two-way zippers in the front. That way you can adjust your mobility as needed, e.g. by opening the zipper from the bottom when you are riding a horse or bike.
Uhip's coats have a high vent with push buttons in the back. This allows you to easily customize the coat depending on how much freedom of movement you need. The bottom inside has elastic bands that hold the sides of the coat in place along your legs. When you are sitting in the saddle, you can open the vent completely so that the coat hangs along the horse’s back, while the leg bands keep the sides of the coat in place so that your thighs don’t get cold.