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    Press Features:

    Equine Journal: Points of Interest

    What You Need: The small dressage boutique, 20x60, has released this amazing tongue-in-cheek tee shirt that describes so many equestrians! What do you think? Do you “need” to make it a part of your wardrobe? Visit shop.20x60.com for details.

    - Equine Journal, Sept 2015

    Eventing Nation: Product Review

    Today’s watch words (yes, there are two today), are glamorous and quality. It’s hard to find those items that look great and are made to last, especially around the barn. Recently, I’ve found that elusive fusion of these two qualities in the Premiera Athena Bridle, which is carried exclusively by 20×60 in North America.

    - Premiera Athena Bridle Product Review by EN

    Perhaps the most striking feature of the Athena bridle is the sparkly and oh-so lovely curved bling browband. The browband is quite eye-catching, and offers a dazzling appearance without being too over the top. Though about equally as striking is the wide soft patent leather noseband of the bridle. The unique combination of bling, paired with the shine of the patent leather looks quite lovely.

    - Colleen Peachey

    The Chronicle of the Horse: UnTACKED Magazine

    Perhaps the most striking feature of the Athena bridle is the sparkly and oh-so lovely curved bling browband. The browband is quite eye-catching, and offers a dazzling appearance without being too over the top. Though about equally as striking is the wide soft patent leather noseband of the bridle. The unique combination of bling, paired with the shine of the patent leather looks quite lovely.

    - UnTacked Magazine

    Horse & Style Magazine: Cover Story

    This spring, Horse & Style studied the equestrian style space, and hand-picked five, standout, new, innovative, beautiful and high-styling brands that all share deep equestrian inspiration at their roots.

    - Horse & Style Magazine

    Constructed with UV and abrasion-resistant, 4-way stretch fabric, that is moisture controlling and low maintenance, it's the design features that really make 20 x 60 stand out. DeVries designed a fitted leg opening to allow for a smooth fit under boots that also looks great when worn with ballet flats or booties. A special gusset does away with the dreaded crotch seam and designer suede used on the full seat was engineered to be especially long lasting. But perhaps the Hannah Breech's best feature is outside pocket midway down the upper leg that was designed specifically with the smartphone in mind." - Horse & Style

    Equestrian Culture Magazine: Editor's Pick

    These sophisticated full-seats are new riding apparel brand, 20 x 60’s first product! Be on the lookout for more to come from this wonderful equestrian company.

    — Equestrian Culture Magazine

    VelvetRider.com: Unveiling 20 x 60

    As equestrians, and especially as dressage riders, we want a touch of luxury while we spend time in the saddle but still want items that are completely functional. Enter 20 x 60. They offer the latest in equestrian apparel with an emphasis on technical fabrics that are perfect for equestrian athletes. The styling of the Hannah breeches is beautiful, and the technical aspects are fabulous! I know you all will become instant fans of 20 x 60 like I have.

    — VelvetRider.com


    Northern Habits: Equestrian Blog

    Everything you thought you knew about breeches. BYE. Look at these amazing new breeches from 20 x 60. The HANNAH BREECH looks superbly comfortable & please, just drool over the pocket for your phone. Another AMAZING innovation.

    — Northern Habits

    Press Releases:

    We are thrilled to be partnering with 20 x 60 during such an important time for the Intercollegiate Dressage Association. We’ve found that 20 x 60’s products perform to the highest athletic standards, and we love that the apparel is designed by and for dressage athletes.

    — Ginger Henderson, Development head, Intercollegiate Dressage Association