Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Proviz Sports is giving away a Gilet!

The Proviz Sports giveaway is the vest (or Hi Vis gilet in British-speak) that I wore in my product review last week. It's the actual vest which is a size 12 UK (U.S size 8). It is generous and should easily fit a U.S size 12 too.

I love it, but I don't trail ride, and I don't usually wear vests. It's basically unworn/new, with tags. So if you love vests or love to trail ride, this is a giveaway for you!

How to enter 
To enter -- "like" the Proviz Sports Facebook page and leave a blog comment on this post -- say where you would wear the vest -- in an indoor, on the roads, trail, whatever. Make sure to leave contact info! Sorry but I ship only in the U.S.


15 comments:

  1. I would wear this when I ride on the roads, I currently ride in a Cabelas boring hunting vest and this one looks significantly more stylish and cooler. Reach me on my blog!

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  2. Love the vest! I would wear it.. umm everywhere! I mostly do ring work, but trails are in my future! (contact: myexracer@gmail.com)

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  3. Love the vest! During the last hunter pace I realized we were riding through some deer hunting land and wished I had a high viability vest on! We do a lot of our fitness training on roads so something like this would be perfect. Usually the high-visibility stuff is so terribly obnoxious, but this is cute.

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  4. Done! I have actually been shopping for a high-viz vest lately. My mustang and I leg up for eventing on dirt roads in Vermont - we're out for miles and miles 2-3x a week. In the fall, especially, there are a lot of hunters around.

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  5. I "liked," and would definite like and use the vest. We go on several camping trips with our horses each year, so I would use it on our trail rides in the mountains, as well as around home when I ride down the road or through the orchards and vineyards. I'd probably wear it when I go walking/jogging, too.

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  6. I'd wear it out here on the trail riding one of my horses that would not buck as I ducked under a tree. And, when I'd go out in the State Park behind my house handwalking the horse that did buck as I ducked under a tree. jedvorak@juno.com

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  7. I love it. I looked at vests like this one at Equine Affaire last fall and didn't buy any of them because they were so heavy. None that I saw had the mesh back. That's such a great design for the hot weather. I'd wear it out on the trails so that I don't get shot. I don't mind sharing space with hunters but I'd rather not be in their crosshairs!

    unionjack04@yahoo.com

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  8. Love the vest also! I would wear it on our trail rides and would love the bright color and high visibility - it looks comfortable.

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  9. I would wear the vest on the trails in the park and while riding in our outdoor ring. It never fails when there are 3-4 horses in the ring, they eventually are all in the same spot at the same time. Maybe they will see is if there is a shiny vest! (Contact patsland@att.net)

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  10. My mare is on a long layup and for our sanity, we are walking up and down the road...

    Up and down the road....

    Up and down the road...

    My mare is black and it appears that all my clothes are dark, or it seems that way. We would use this to help us avoid being smooshed on the road while we hand walk all summer, and then hopefully ridewalk come the fall.

    Thank you. :)

    hersheyskissing@gmail.com

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  11. McFawn (Mcfawn@icloud.com)April 16, 2014 at 4:58 PM

    Love it. I run and ride. I run in some hilly country out by the barn, and visibility is sketchy. I also run in the city, in falling evening light...Plus, Eragon and I will be hitting the trail for the first time for real this year! We already ride around the huge barn property and down the lane, but I'm teaming up w/ an endurance rider to help get him more exposure!

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  12. The vest is actually attractively designed and I would love to have it on the trails....I ride all over all year long and it can be very scary even on public trails where there are private lands nearby and hunters lurking. In January, while riding in a local park, a huge Buck charged past my horse and a few seconds later, there was a very loud shot, wayyyyy too close and very, very scary. I did shout out that there were people and horses about, but it was TOO CLOSE. Turns out that a hunter was shooting into the park (I saw this posted by a few rider who had the same experience) - I would use this vest during alllll seasons just to be on the safe side!!! Thank you!! karmadyp@yahoo.com And keep up the great work on your blog :D

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  13. I would wear this year round - had a very scary experience in January while riding public equestrian trails. A hunter was firing from pvt property INTO the park property and literally shot over our heads. TOO close for comfort and even tho I did shout that there were horses and people there, it was still very frightening, I only trail ride and go all over NC....so this vest, which is actually very attractively styled, would be a wonderful thing to have!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win it and keep up the good work on our blog...love keeping up with Harv and Riley and hope Bob is doing well! karmadyp@yahoo.com

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  14. I would wear it on the roads and the trails while conditioning my eventing and endurance horses!

    This is such a great giveaway! Thank you for this awesome opportunity!

    Ariana
    FullMetalSnowBunny@hotmail.com

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  15. I get to return to my trails back home shortly after I finish up rehab work with me mare, a vest like this would really come in heady if she feels a bit too good after all the boring rehab in the arena! I'm also a bike commuter, so maybe this vest will see a few different kinds of saddles.

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