Irideon Ladies Stretch Denim Breech

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Irideon Ladies Stretch Denim Breech

This 4-way stretch denim riding breech looks like traditional denim jeans, but is constructed with no inseam to eliminate chaffing. It also features Chamisoft knee patches for non-slip performance. Riders will enjoy the horse embroidery on back pockets, belt loops for a polished appearance and a mid-rise waist that suits most body types.

Product Features:

  • Is seamlessly constructed with no inseam to eliminate chaffing.
  • Chamisoft knee patches ensures non-slip performance.
  • Features horse embroidery on back pockets and belt loops for a polished look.


Item Specifications:

Material
Denim: 84% cotton, 14% polyester, 2% spandex

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stretch denim - no crotch seam
lester s on Mar 31, 2015
I needed some jeans for trail riding, and I love Irideon's fit. These are great for anything casual I do when riding, and I can where them to work and then go straight to the barn if need be!!
They are super stretchy, which i really like. They don't lose their fit no matter how long you wear them! I have enjoyed having these. These fit the same way my regular skinny jeans do, so they actually sit a bit lower than most of my other riding pants.
L E on Oct 20, 2014
These breeches are a "34"........what size would this be equivalent to? would they be "14" or a "16" or a "large" or "xl" ? Thank you!
Catherine B on Oct 12, 2015
Best Answer: The "34" number is a waist measurement. Riders who take a 34 in breeches usually wear either a 12 or 14 size in jeans. It depends on how you're built. Waist measurement is actually considered a more precise method of sizing.
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