As temperatures begin to fall this autumn, Zerofit – The World’s Warmest Baselayer® - will make its debut at the 2022 Horse of the Year Show at the NEC in Birmingham, giving equine enthusiasts the opportunity to come and experience the best-in-class unisex baselayers for themselves.
Following consultation and feedback from one of Ireland’s most prestigious Bloodstock agents – Kevin Ross Bloodstock (KRB) - Zerofit will enter the equestrian industry this cold season with a wide range of products designed to help riders stay warm, even in temperatures as low as -10° Celsius.
The Heatrub Ultimate baselayer (£55) has been independently tested and proven to be five times warmer than a regular model, making it the go-to product for a wide variety of people in the market. The Heatrub Ultimate leggings (£55) and socks (£25) are made from the exact same material as the top, offering game-changing levels top-to-toe warmth.
‘We are so excited to be able to showcase our baselayers to passionate equine enthusiasts who will undoubtedly benefit from the products this autumn and winter,’ said Michael Morton, Zerofit Europe MD.
‘Feedback from both Kevin and Anna Ross at KRB, as well as their staff out in the field, has been invaluable to us and we believe we can provide plenty of additional warmth in the stable, doing yard work or riding out,’ he added.
Visitors to the prestigious show will also be able to experience the Heatrub Move baselayer (£40), which is twice as warm as a standard baselayer but also offers moisture wicking properties and adaptable warmth, so as you work harder for longer, you won’t overheat. The Performance Move Hoodie (£50) is the perfect over layer, offering a slightly looser fit but with the same lovely warm feeling, and will also be available to purchase this week and online too.
Come and see us at Stand J36 in Hall One at the NEC, October 5-9 – but if you can’t make it, we offer a next working day delivery service with courier partners DHL, if ordered by 2pm.