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  • White Breeches

    I need a new pair of white breeches and the Ariat pair I have now, they no longer make I don't really want to pay the price tag of Pikeurs (I'm a college kid and I wouldn't ask my parents to pay that much for a pair of breeches). Does anyone have any recommendations for a nice, but affordable pair of white breeches? Thanks guys!

  • #2
    What size are you and do you like TS?


    • Original Poster

      I am a 32, and to be honest I've never actually tried a pair of TS. I've always had Ariats, so if they are similar to Ariat's sure I like them!


      • #4
        I have two pairs of the Tailored Sportsman TS breeches that I love! And for around $130 you don't mind replacing them every year if they get stained
        Originally posted by EquineImagined
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        • #5
          The tack store at my barn has a pair of size 34 TS white knee patch breeches that must be 8 years old but they are new in the bag. I am a 34 but these fit more like a 32. I can ask the guy what he wants for them.
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          • #6
            The Grand Prixs are great for the price if you don't want to buy the pikeurs. Pikeur makes the stain and water-rest in white also.


            • Original Poster

              Originally posted by Elementgrl2 View Post
              The Grand Prixs are great for the price if you don't want to buy the pikeurs. Pikeur makes the stain and water-rest in white also.
              That stain resistant in the Pikeurs might be the factor, I'm a pretty clumsy kid


              • #8
                The only TS that fit like Ariats are the Trophy Hunters fyi. They're great though!! The Ariat Pro series are also really nice but far more expensive than the Trophy Hunters. I'd get the Trophy Hunter personally unless you could find a pair of the Pro series used.


                • #9
                  LOVE my white/any color TS Trophy Hunters. Definitely my pick.
                  "Many are riders; many are craftsmen; but few are artists on horseback."
                  ~George Morris


                  • Original Poster

                    Thanks guys! I decided on the TS Professional Breech


                    • #11
                      Bought my daughter two pairs of white Pikeurs, clean up great, have never stained, and while not showing now, used them for 2 years probably 15 sundays a year, no problems! worth every penny


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dp1092 View Post
                        Thanks guys! I decided on the TS Professional Breech
                        Thats what my pair of white breeches are. Hopefully they'll work for you. Be forewarned though that they'll probably fit tighter around the waistband than your Ariats. Great breeches though.


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by lucyeq View Post
                          LOVE my white/any color TS Trophy Hunters. Definitely my pick.


                          • #14
                            watch ebay too!
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dp1092 View Post
                              Thanks guys! I decided on the TS Professional Breech
                              Good choice

                              I have several pairs of professionals and they're my favorites!
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                              • #16
                                If you fit into the old style ariats, the TS's might fit awkwardly on you.

                                Have you looked at AmiraEqui for Pikeur breeches? GREAT prices!

                                I haven't personally tried them so I can recommend but I've seen the white santio breeches get ketchup poured on them(on purpose) and then wiped right off with no evidence left behind. So if stain resistance is what your after, santio looks cool. More expensive than the pickers though and no cheap place to buy them
                                "Using draw reins without spurs is like going to the bar with no underwear on. You're just waiting to get f***ed."


                                • #17
                                  I would recommend trying the TS Schooler breeches. They're cotton and not super expensive (under $100), and come in all colors. Actually, I'm an odd size and have to order in bulk, so if you're pretty small, I have a ridiculous amount of whites...
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