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Allen County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse. We work a lot of details. The raincoats keep you dry and warm. We love them very much!
– Capt. Wayne Baker
"…I would recommend them to any riders. Muddy Creek rain gear is cool in hot weather, light weight, dry and large enough to wear jackets under if necessary. I would recommend them to any riders."
– John Lyons
America's Most Respected Horseman
Love my chaps. Easy to pack, easy on, easy off, very comfortable. Love ‘em.
– Julie, Northern Michigan
Wore my Muddy Creek long slicker on a cattle drive in WY in Sept 2019. About 2 hours from camp the weather turned; went from drizzle to rain to snow to sleet & sideways at about 30mph. My horse, my saddle & I were DRY in my slicker!!!! Wore my Muddy Creek rain chaps over my Muck boots the rest of the week. LOVE the chaps!!!! Chaps attach to my regular belt so "personal breaks" were quick & easy and they were every bit as tough in the trees & brush as the pair of leather chaps I borrowed the first couple of days. LOVE LOVE LOVE my Muddy Creek slicker & chaps! (I also have the shorter version of the slicker & I wear that all year long as my go-to rain coat!)
"Thank you for making a great product!" "I’m a REAL customer. I have the short raincoat and two doggie coats for my two yellow labs. I walk them everyday rain or shine. On the rainy days, we gear up and head out. My short coat keeps me dry no question. But the best part is that my dogs fur stays dry. I do not come home and have to endure wet dog smell. It’s the best! Plus, the underbelly band does a great job of keeping the mudd off of their belly. I really only have to wipe off their feet and legs and that’s it! Thank you for making a great product!"
– Julie Helquist, Manchester, MI
My friends and I rode the fall weekend of the monsoon in 2008. It rained at "Elkless" Hill EVERY DAY ALL DAY! My Muddy Creek coat and SSG Waterproof Gloves were a blessing. I was dry after 3 days of non-stop rain. I don’t know what I would have done without the coat and gloves.
– Ingrid Brey, Grosse Pointe Park, MI
"…an essential part of my survival gear when riding in the mountains of Montana…" My Muddy Creek slicker proved to me to be an essential part of my survival gear when riding in the mountains of Montana. Often I find myself using it when it is not raining at all. In October 2007 with a forecast for a chance of rain, I tied my slicker on the back of my saddle before heading over the ridge to a local rancher’s fall cattle gathering. After gathering 250+ head of cattle out of the large pasture (2000-4000 acres in MT) several cowboys settled in to separating them while the rest of us headed up into the mountains to look for and pick up any strays. We hauled our horses 5-6 miles from the ranch over to the base of the mountains, then headed up for about an hour when the weather suddenly turned. The temperature dropped from about 55° to about 35° and the wind picked up to about 40 mph making it feel like 2°. Although it did not begin to rain, I unrolled my Muddy Creek long raincoat, put it on, zipped it up and continued to ride – staying much warmer for 2 more hours before arriving back at the trailer. The weather can change in an instant producing rain or snow and wind any given month of the year in Montana. Thanks to my Muddy Creek Raincoat, I stayed warm enough to finish the gathering and spend a couple hours around the campfire that evening. I look forward to many years filled with thousands of miles of riding with my Muddy Creek Raincoat along as standard equipment.
– Cheryl Burt, Northwest, MT
"…my saddle is covered, the rear end of my horse is covered, I am covered, including my legs…"
I have had, probably, six raincoats, ponchos or whatever else was supposed to keep the rain off me. The wonderful Outback coat took up too much room tied to my saddle, and started to leak where it wrinkled, after being tied to the saddle a while. The poncho blew up and my legs and arms were soaked. The rubber coat and pants were hotter than heck, then along came Muddy Creek’s raincoats.
How I wish I had had one when I was sitting in Luzerne camp, waiting to leave, looking at hail piling up on my horse’s mane. The trails were running water like creeks that day, and I was totally soaked. My reins were so slick, my horse kept pulling them out of my hands, and that rain cloud stayed right over me all day.
That never happens with my Muddy Creek coat. There is so much fabric in it my saddle is covered, the rear end of my horse is covered, I am covered, including my legs, which is not to be believed. I tell everyone I know, who trail rides, they need one of these raincoats; they are wonderful.
– Judi Shutz, Fowlerville, MI