TuffRider Ladies Cotton Schoolers

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Product Summary:

TuffRider® Ladies Cotton Schoolers
 
Great for keeping cool on summer days and when you need a cozy liner on cold winter days. Their modified rise sits slightly below the waist for comfort.
 
Features:
  • Improved, durable cotton fabric
  • Gripper elastic at the ankles
  • Self-fabric knee patches
  • TuffRider logo on the waistband
  • Machine Washable
 
Item Specifications:
 
Material:
96% Cotton, 4% Spandex
 

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I have black pair of the schoolers that I LOVE to wear. They last, are comfy and am excited about my new Navy pair coming soon. They are thick material and great for spring, fall and winter riding.
Beth B on Dec 28, 2015
I ride in extreme heat and these got good reviews
Carol B on Jun 4, 2015
These schoolers are the best! Comfortable, light, and have been great for the summer. Will buy them again!
JUDITH R on Jul 11, 2015
I like the look and the commnets regarding how comfortable these schoolers. Also really love the colors especially the hunter green.
Gretchen A on Apr 11, 2015
Are the knee patches cloth?
dressagerider75 on Nov 20, 2013
Best Answer: Yes. Same material as the pants. Not really patches. But these are great inexpensive comfortable pants. Very basic but have held up well for me. Elastic waist with a draw string. I definitely recommend these for inexpensive schooling pants.
Reply · Report · Jennifer W on Nov 20, 2013
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do they run small?
Sydney M on Jun 8, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Sydney! I own two pairs of these, and I would say they're incredibly stretchy, but they probably do run a little bit small by jeans/pants standards, but pretty honest by breeches standards, if that makes sense. I normally wear a 30-32 in jeans, but almost always order breeches a size bigger. The 34s fit me perfectly. I also have a pair in a 32 and love them too, but I noticed they seemed a couple inches *shorter. But the waist and size otherwise felt about the same. I ride 3-5 days a week, and both pairs are still going strong after two seasons. You'll love them!
Reply · Report · Lorraine J on Jun 9, 2014
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sizing, I wear size 14-16 in jeans what size would I wear?
Pamela H on Nov 4, 2014
Best Answer: The 34R would probably fit. You might try measuring your waist to make sure.
Reply · Report · Euel R on Nov 4, 2014
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Are these breeches thick or thin?
Sara G on Nov 29, 2015
Best Answer: They are more thin than thick. They aren't winter so not lined but they are thicker than a tight. They are cotton so are comfortable. I wear them in spring and fall when the temperature is anywhere between 50-70 degrees. I hope this helps!
Reply · Report · LYNNE D on Nov 29, 2015
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Do they run small, large, or true to size?
Sara G on Nov 29, 2015
Best Answer: If found these breeches to best fit someone with a wider waist than legs, just slightly. I have a hourglass shape (a fat one, alright?) and the waist is too big, but the legs fit alright. Also, these are not for those taller than 5' 7".
Reply (1) · Report · Patricia S on Nov 30, 2015
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