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Posted 10/16/2013 1:40:01 PM


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I need to get a pair of breeches. What brand do you recommend? I need something comfy, durable, and pretty cheaply priced. Thanks all!


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These are really comfy my friend has these and I'm getting them.



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Posted 10/16/2013 5:40:28 PM
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Oops you said cheap. I have a pair of Tuffriders and they are cheap and nice enough. They fit me very well and are pretty comfortable.

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Posted 10/16/2013 5:53:50 PM


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Tuffrider. For sure.
I have three pairs, each was around $30, they're really really nice for the price.

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On Course cotton naturals. I have two pairs atm, soon to get a third; they're like $35; and even though they're like 95% cotton they're breathable. And they wash really, realt well.


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Find a pair of used Tailored Sportsmans on eBay; you should be able to find something under $30.

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Tailored sportsman don't fit me at all and I know some others who have had this problem and I've never seen any in stores that are 4-way stretch so if you don't know if they fit or not don't buy them becuase you could waste a lot of money if you buy brand new ones. Kerrits, On Course, and tuffrider are good and cheap ones.

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TuffRider for sure. I would also say Kerrits but they can tend to be a leetleee pricey when not regular price.

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I love my Devon Aires, and they are fairly inexpensive.

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I wear On Course. I really like them.

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Kerrits are my absolute favorite! They are durable and come in many different styles. They have their ultra-grip style, winter collection, full seat, and more! You can buy them new for +$100, but I never do, at every tack store I go to they arealways on consignment, or on sale. I hope I helped. Allonsy!

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Love tuffrider or Devon Aire. I have the tuffrider starter pull on breeches which are like $30 bucks and I love them.

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^ hun, this is an old topic and please don't post in old topics.

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I would definatley buy Kerrits, they're AMAZING!! They're so comfortable and you can get them at pretty good prices!

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Tuffrider.



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^ hun, this is an old topic and please don't post in old topics.
whoa there "hun" don't lay off on the sass at all lol

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Tuffrider breeches are nice and durable and they don't cost much. I also have Kerrits riding tights which are my personal favorite. They are seriously comfort in a tight.

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i usually order lowrise tuff rider breeches. they actually hold up really well! I get them off horse.com, and theyre generally $20-$30. Im 15, and 5'3 and jodpurs actually fit me better, and are cheaper!



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