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Breeches

Breeches for showing or schooling.

Quality manufacturers such as Equi-Comfort and Tuff Rider, Irideon & Romfh

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Not sure of what size to order? Scroll towards the bottom of the page

We try to keep a variety of styles and sizes in stock, but can't guarantee all sizes and styles will be in stock. Items not in stock are ordered in as needed. You don't have to wait until we place a group of orders together.


Size Charts

unless otherwise stated in description

(excluding Irideon...see below)

Ladies

Waist Measure Size
23 3/4" - 25 1/2" 24
25 3/4" - 27 1/2" 26
27 3/4" - 29 1/2" 28
29 3/4" - 31 1/2" 30
31 3/4" - 33 1/2" 32
33 3/4" - 35 1/2" 34
35 3/4" - 37 1/2" 36
37 3/4" - 39 1/2" 38

Men

Waist Measure Size
27 3/4" - 29 1/2" 28
29 3/4" - 31 1/2" 30
31 3/4" - 33 1/2" 32
33 3/4" - 35 1/2" 34
35 3/4" - 37 1/2" 36
37 3/4" - 39 1/2" 38
39 3/4" - 41 1/2" 40
41 3/4" - 43 1/2" 42

Children

waist measure range (in) snap waistband size elastic drawstring size
17 3/4 - 18 1/2 2 Xsmall
18 3/4 - 20 1/2 4 Small
20 3/4 - 22 1/2 6 Small
22 3/4 - 23 1/2 8 Medium
23 3/4 - 24 1/2 10 Medium
24 3/4 - 26 1/2 12 Large
26 3/4 - 28 1/2 14 Large
28 3/4 - 30 1/2 16 Xlarge

Irideon breeches size charts click here.



from dressagedifferent.com
(although this is a dressage article many of the points are relevant regardless of the discipline)

Purchasing breeches can be an excruciating experience. You’ll put a pair on and swear that they switched the mirror in the dressing room with one from a fun house. It is amazing the variety of ways a set of skin tight pants can make you look terrible. There is diaper butt, there is the can’t-get-it-over-my-thighs experience, there is the they-go-right-up-to-my-breasts adventure. I am sure you have your own combination of fond memories to look back on. So this article is for you, in hopes that you can eliminate some options in favor of saving your ego from particularly brutal knocks.

Step One: Budget

Of course money makes a huge difference in what you can buy. In dressage particularly, where we often ride in full seat breeches, your budget could be blown on one pair. So you have to decide number one – do you need to ride in full seat breeches? Oftentimes the answer is yes. But if your horse does not have huge movement and you do not need that extra grip, perhaps going knee patch would be an easy way to save some money.

Step Two: Torso Length

Your torso length and body proportions will inform what  rise suits you best. There is low rise, traditional rise and high rise. If you are proportioned evenly, then the traditional rise is the best choice, sitting right in the middle of your torso. If you have a long torso and short legs, the high rise breeches can give you the look of extra leg length (most of the very high rise breeches have disappeared from the market now).If you have long legs and a short torso, then low rise is the best. It shortens the appearance of your legs and lengthens your torso. Also take a look at the belt loops. If you are a curvy woman, a wider belt can look great!

Step Three: Fabric Choice

There are all sorts of fabric options as well. Personally, I dislike tights hugely. Riding tights might be good in theory, and very cool, but it leaves too little to the imagination. In those thin fabrics you can see underwear lines, dimples, sweat, and jiggles. You need to be a more confident person than myself to march around with all of those – ahem – qualities hanging out. I like tough, durable, fairly thick fabrics that will contain anything that might show or wander. As much as I might like you, I do not want you to see what underwear I am wearing. Also, the thinner fabrics just do not hold up under constant work. They catch and fray. So though riding tights might be less expensive initially, in the long run you end up paying more as they become unwearable.


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