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    06-23-2013, 01:45 AM
Exclamation Good breeches that aren't v/ expensive

I recently ordered some Tuffrider schooling breeches in size 26 (they didnt have 24) and when they got here they were baggy but the waist fit fine
So I was wondering what breeches you could recommend for someone who's small (I'm 5'2) I only have 30 days to return or exchange them for something else so please help me!!
I was thinking of ordering the Devon-Aire All Pro Max Hipster Breeches because people say it runs small also I ride english if that changes anything aha
If you have thin legs or are small like me, what breeches do you use? What are some breeches that are a really great deal? (last long, not like $100)
Thanks! :)
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    06-24-2013, 04:30 AM
Bump :)
    06-24-2013, 05:04 AM
Are you able to go into a store and try on some different brands and sizes to find your size and then have a look online to see if you can find good deals?

Where about are you located?
    06-24-2013, 11:41 AM
I recommend Devon-Aires. I have a few pair that I've used for four years to school and show in, and I would still wear them in the show ring. Only this year did I upgrade to Tredstep Symphony breeches for showing.

I'm a die-hard SmartPak shopper. Free returns on all sized items, free shipping over $75, and they take returns, no questions asked. It would be really beneficial to order a few different brands from SmartPak and return the ones that don't fit.
    06-25-2013, 08:41 PM
I'm in southern Florida, the closest place to me is kinda limited but there is a better place about an hour away from me. (Those are the ones I know of)

What size would you recommend if the size 26 tuffriders were baggy?
I'm thinking of getting these: Devon-Aire All-Pro Hipster Breech -
    06-25-2013, 08:58 PM
I second Devon Aires. I just bought a great pair for $40 brand new on eBay. EBay is a great source.
    06-25-2013, 10:47 PM
I love my Devon Aires! My brain can't remember which one I got, but I got the one you can get in longs for my long thin legs. I have a friend who is 5.11, and has very thin long legs as well and she wears Devon Aires in long. I have two pairs of On Course jodpurs from when I was 10, but needless to say they are a little short on me, but if I need to I use them- yes, I still (rarely) use jodpurs They are great for thin legs, but a little thick for my taste. My legs don't get cold/hot when I ride, although I get hot sometimes at the stable down south where it gets up to 105. Anyways, I also love the Irideon Issential tights.
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    06-28-2013, 04:54 AM
I'm going to order these Devon-Aires: Devon-Aire All-Pro Hipster Breech -
We'll see how they fit, thanks for all your help!
    06-29-2013, 11:57 AM
Im from South Florida too, there are no good places to get horse stuff around there have to make the trek up to Wellington to get the good stuff. I just ordered a pair of SmartPak's Piper breeches, they are around $80, any order over $75 qualifies for free shipping, and they do free returns/exchanges.

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    07-19-2013, 11:08 AM
I love Horze Ladies Active Knee Breeches! They have a variety of sizes and colors. Also, look into the Grand Prix a bit more pricey but definitely worth it!

Horze Ladies Active Knee Patch Breeches | Horze Knee patch breeches These are on sale for $40!

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