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    07-05-2009, 08:10 AM
Would these really work?

I was looking at some posts on like good brand breeches and I found something called irideon. They have only one pair out for guys, but the look like something girls wear. Any help on this? I rode in the one breeches I have and theyre nice, but I think these might suit me better. What do yall think?
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    07-05-2009, 12:01 PM
Green Broke
Well, I'm not a guy. But I LOVE Irideons! I have seen guys in my area wear them and they don't look like the girl ones when they are on the guys, even if it may give the appearance on a hanger or in a catalog. Irideons are extremely comfortable (my avatar shows me using them!) and cheap for the quality you get. I wear the schooling tights for everyday use and the breeches for clinics and shows.

I definitely recommend them!
    07-05-2009, 12:43 PM
Theyre not cheap though, but are they really worth it? I plan on doing a ton of riding this summer and just want to be comfortable doing it.
    07-05-2009, 01:14 PM
Green Broke
If you are willing to shell out a little cash, Karreits are the best! I love my Irentons(or however you spell it) too! They are my two favorite brands of breeches
    07-05-2009, 01:33 PM
I love Irideon brand breeches. They're very well made, and I have many customers buy one pair only to come back time and time again to buy more.
My favorite Irideon styles are the Cadence (kind of a light ribbed breech) and the Riding Tight (it's a very thin material; very breathable and great for summer/hot weather riding.)
    07-05-2009, 02:43 PM
Green Broke
Like I said, they are cheap for the quality you get.
    07-05-2009, 03:42 PM
Green Broke
If you want some breeches that will really last, for YEARS, check out Equissentials. They make mens breeches, made to order for your measurements. They are quite pricey, but very nice.

Some other men's breeches that will hold up well.
Tuff Rider Mens Front Zip Knee Patch Breeches - $68
Browsing Store - Ovation EuroWeave Men's Knee Patch Breech - $72
Men's Patrol Knee Patch Breeches - $89
Men's Knee Patch Breech, the Harry Hall's Kent - $135
Tailored Sportsman Royal Hunter Men's Breeches - Dover Saddlery. - $225, TS, the original men's breeches,
Ovation Euroweave Four-Pocket Breeches - Dover Saddlery. - $75
VTO Saddlery: Harry Hall Men's Full Seat Breeches - Half Price! - $70 HH's are very nice for the price!
VTO Saddlery: Ovation Mens MicroWeave DX Knee Patch Breech - $129

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