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  1. #1
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    Oct. 6, 2002
    Philadelphia PA

    Default Romfh "Raisin" breech color. What color IS that?

    I am eyeing up the Romfh Jean breeches (really like the styling) but I'd have to order them online because no tack shop near me carries them. I can't seem to find photos of the "Raisin" breech color. What color IS that? Is it PURPLE? Or brownish? Anyone seen the color in the flesh?!
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    Mar. 5, 2007
    Pontiac, MI

  3. #3
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    Jun. 17, 2001
    down the road from bar.ka


    I have some TS schooling breeches in their version of Raisin, and they are R.U.S.T. I wear them to irritate my trainer.

    Looking at these you got a greyish, mauve kind of a color. But they are for schooling? Right? They are cute and the contrasting stitching is conservative while appropriate getting away from khaki or black. You can play matchy matchy with some cute sweaters and turtlenecks this winter.
    When opportunity knocks it's wearing overalls and looks like work.

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