Breeches are stretchy, leather-trimmed trousers worn in equestrian sports. The leather trims are usually made of genuine leather and range from the approach of the buttocks to the knees and long breeches to the ankles.
Classification of breeches category
Breeches are available in a variety of designs, from tough everyday trousers to classic competition trousers.
cut and materials
The breeches are cut so that the inseam of the thigh is flat enough not to interfere with riding or even pushing – some cuts require no inseam. One differentiates
- Breeches boots
- Jodhpur’s and
The inside of the breeches is made of robust material – better with wash leather – and is protected against heavy use of the saddle. Jodhpurs are included
- Partly or
- full leather trim
accessible; The full leather interior extends over the seating area. Everyone can decide for themselves which variant is more comfortable to wear. Even if the discounter’s breeches are still so cheap – if they feel uncomfortable, they soon disappear in the back corner of the closet.
Don’t go for cheap models
Many cheap models have poor cuts; Breeches that don’t fit, pinch easily, or crease in the most inconvenient places. An active rider has to put on breeches in the morning and feel comfortable in them until the evening. Hardly any driver on a hike wears evening wear with it – there are good jodhpurs, as a second skin is a must.
So do not save on your own breeches, the breeches must first and foremost be robust and comfortable and only secondarily cheap.