The Gatehouse HS1 Jockey Skull Riding Hat is one of the most popular riding helmets among eventers - it conforms to safety standard SNELL E2016 which is the highest equestrian hat safety standard in the world., and includes a unique test that simulates a rider falling into a fence rail or having a secondary hit by a horse's hoof. This robust riding helmet is made from a reinforced carbon shell that provides unbelievable strength, but also allows it to be light and comfortable to wear. A quality flesh-coloured leather four-point harness with a rear lacing adjustment ensures this riding hat stays secure around the base of your skull for ultimate protection. The fabric of the lining is treated with Aegis Microbe Shield, a permanently bonded anti-microbial barrier to prevent bacteria, fungus and other micro-organisms causing odours, staining and deterioration. Fastened with a secure safety buckle.
Not only is this riding hat suitable for all competition disciplines, but it also comes in a padded storage bag with Gatehouse branding to keep your helmet safe when not in use! Match with the Gatehouse Hat Silk to complete your look.
Ultra tough equestrian riding helmet favoured by eventers.
Tested to highest safety standards SNELL E2001//2016, PAS 015 2011 and Kitemarked.
Suitable for all competitions.
Designed with a reinforced carbon shell for strength and lightness.
Top quality, four-point leather harness with a rear lacing adjustment for the perfect fit around the base of your skull.
Aegis Microbe Shield treated lining offers protection against odours, staining and deterioration caused by bacteria, fungus and other micro-organisms.
Padded chin strap to prevent rubbing.
Safety buckle that is quick and easy to fasten.
Available in Silver.
General riding, Eventing, Show jumping, Dressage.
Riding hats are precision made and should be protected from extremes of temperatures. They should be allowed to dry naturally when they get wet.
Available in sizes 6 ⅜ (52cm) VAT exempt.
Check out our Gatehouse Riding Hat Size Guide for more information.
Watch our video on how to measure for a riding hat