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Kastel Denmark Sunshirt Product Review

Written by Andrea Parker

If you’re looking for a long sleeved riding shirt that ticks all the boxes, look no further than the Kastel Denmark Sunshirt.



The stunning Kastel Denmark Sunshirts are available for purchase through Centreline Equestrian.

Kastel Denmark Sunshirt Product Review

I’ve been riding in my gorgeous Teal and white Sunshirt for a while now and I am a convert to team Kastel. Why?

– Very cool. As soon as you touch these shirts, you know that they are going to be incredibly lightweight and breathable. With the mesh under the arms you’ll be far cooler in one of these beauties than you will in any short sleeve shirt.

– Excellent fit. These shirts have have a generous length both through the torso and in the sleeves. Nothing drives me crazier than having to constantly tug and push at the back of a shirt to try and keep it tucked in. The length of the Kastel shirts strikes the balance of being long enough to tuck in well without having yards of extra fabric into your breeches. I’ve also found that they are true to size.

– UPF 30 sun protection. A UPF or ultraviolet protection factor of 30 means that the shirts block greater than 96% of the harmful ultraviolet light. This means that although the fabric is featherlight it still protects your skin from the harmful effects of the sun.


– Gorgeous colours perfect for completing your riding outfit. The Kastel sunshirts come in a wide range of vibrant colours which don’t fade with washing.

– Attention to detail. From the finish of the shirt to the Danish flag detail below the collar the Kastel Denmark sunshirts are quality.

– Well priced. At just $95.00 each the Kastel Denmark sunshirts are a steal.

The Kastel Denmark Sunshirts are perfect for summer

Care of your Kastel shirt. While the shirts are hard wearing, they do need a little care. I always pop mine in a garment bag and wash in a delicate cycle which works well.

You can find out what I thought about Centreline Equestrian’s own gorgeous apparel range here.

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About the author


Andrea Parker

Andrea is an Adult Amateur dressage rider who competes at medium level on her 13-year-old mare Mon Ami. Andrea shares her journey through the equestrian world on her blog The Sand Arena Ballerina and is working on an equestrian podcast called Equestrian Pulse.