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post #1 of 7 Old 04-19-2009, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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Question Low rise breeches

I have a couple pairs of the Devon-Aire All-Pro Hipsters, and I love them! I like the way they are VERY low rise, across the hips, because I personally hate the high cut of regular breeches!

But I already have one in every color of the Hipsters, so I'm looking for a similar brand, and I'm also looking for a "show quality" brand/type that are still low rise the way that these are (some claim "low rise" but are not as low or straight across the hip as these)...anyone have any other good brands??

Devon-Aire All-Pro Hipster Knee Patch Riding Breeches - Dover Saddlery

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I've got some that are low rise and brightly coloured :) They're by Hacked Off. I bought them at a local tack shop.

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Tailored Sportsman Supreme Hunter Low-Rise. Expensive, but the most comfortable and best quality out there. If you get them dry cleaned like you are supposed to, they will last a long time too. Good luck!
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I just recently got a pair of Riding Sport breeches- they are low-rise, & very comfy! I got them from Dover Saddlery as well.

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I agree with Ahsisi...I love my Tailored's.
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Horka makes a really really nice breech, and they have a design called the "hipster" that is very comfy.

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Originally Posted by claireauriga View Post
I've got some that are low rise and brightly coloured :) They're by Hacked Off. I bought them at a local tack shop.

How much were they?
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