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TuffRider Childs Full Seat Breech

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Product Summary:

Traditional front-zip breeches have a full Ultragripp™ imitation leather seat for a secure grip in the saddle, for the child dressage rider. Made of knitted cotton/Lycra material and is machine washable. Imported.

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Can you show in these breeches?
Paige M on Jul 26, 2016
Best Answer: Yes, my daughter shows in these breeches. White riding pants are classified as formal riding attire in the D and C Pony Club Manuals. White pants go with a black riding jacket. Tan pants can be used as informal riding attire with a polo or formal with a navy coat. Tan pants are seen in the hunter/jumper discipline and white pants in the dressage discipline.
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are these ribbed?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: No they are not ribbed. If you are looking for ribbed Kerrits makes nice ribbed schooling breeches.
Reply · Report · Dawn L on Nov 10, 2015
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what's the difference between breeches and jodphurs?
Susan F on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: Jods are worn by younger/less experienced riders. They're full length pants, cuffed @ the bottom, & worn in English shows with paddock boots (short, ankle-height boots) and leather garter straps (which you have to purchase separately). They come with an elastic strap (included) that buttons under the arch of the boot to hold them down in place. Breeches are worn by older/more experienced riders. They're worn under/inside of field boots (tall, knee-height ones). Just ask your rider's trainer what he/she needs. Note that "full seat" (including this particular style) means the suede covers all the way up the legs and the bum, vs. just being smaller suede patches on the insides of the legs. "Full seat" is much less common; they supposedly help riders not slide in the saddle, but my 8yo daughter thinks they're way too stiff & bulky. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Heidi B on Dec 14, 2014
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what else does this pair of breeches have on them?
A shopper on Apr 11, 2016
Best Answer: They are full seat with the knee patches and belt loops. They are ridged, similar to small ribbed corduroy. No extra embellishments.
Reply · Report · Shelley G on Apr 11, 2016
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