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What is your favorite color of TS breech?

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  • What is your favorite color of TS breech?

    My favorite right now is Periwinkle! Has anyone tried the Moss Gray color? I was looking at it in Smartpak. What I'd really like is a Mint color or pastel green. I thought I saw some at the tack vendors at Saratoga this time last year but haven't seen them since. Guess I should have bought them, huh?
    Eight Fences Farm. Mansfield, MA

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    I like tan.

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    • #3
      French Blue

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      • #4
        I have a pair of the chocolate, which I really like. I also love my rust and raison colored ones.

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        • #5
          I like the French Blue and Merlot. I have noticed that the darker color TS last longer, it feels like the fabric is heavier - has anyone else noticed that?

          I have about 4 pairs of tan that I can use for schooling or shows.

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          • #6
            I have the Moss Grey - it is VERY similar to the Sage. I would not describe it as a "minty" green.

            My favorite "new" color is Heather!

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              What is Raisin like? a dusky purple?
              Eight Fences Farm. Mansfield, MA

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              • #8
                The Heather is sort of a dusky brownish purplely color. I would call it as a conservative classy color! The Raisin is somewhat redder/purpleier (are those words?!).

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by luvs2ridewbs View Post
                  I was looking at it in Smartpak.
                  I have not found the colors shown on their website to be really true to the actual color. Not blaming the website - could be my computer - just stating my observation.

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                  • #10
                    I have the moss grey, which I love.

                    I also snagged a pair on sale (I wonder why) that are seriously mint green. Like, doublemint green. They're pretty awful, but I sort of love them, heh.
                    "smile a lot can let us ride happy,it is good thing"

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                    • #11
                      I love ALL the fun colors! Anyone have any luck finding these on eBay? Do they have their own "style name" to make searching easier?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by caffeinated View Post
                        I have the moss grey, which I love.

                        I also snagged a pair on sale (I wonder why) that are seriously mint green. Like, doublemint green. They're pretty awful, but I sort of love them, heh.
                        I remember when the mint green, ice blue/pink/lavendar were the first fun colors. I coveted the pink ones. Not anymore, since I'm fairly certain that pink breeches would not be very slimming.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Pirateer View Post
                          I remember when the mint green, ice blue/pink/lavendar were the first fun colors. I coveted the pink ones. Not anymore, since I'm fairly certain that pink breeches would not be very slimming.

                          Oh yea, I loved the pink ones too. But then I saw a girl at the barn wear them and they were filthy in literally five minutes flat. I decided to stick to the darker colors.

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                            the pastel colors seem to fade with age turning them really nice- less bright and more understated. At least the pink ones seem to be that way.
                            Anyway, I'm looking for a light summer color. Is the moss gray light? I really like pastels if you can tell
                            Eight Fences Farm. Mansfield, MA

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                              Originally posted by luvs2ridewbs View Post
                              Is the moss gray light?
                              I guess I would have to say "it's somewhere in the middle". It is a light grey with a greenish tint to it - it is VERY similar to the Sage if you know what that color is like. Without them side by side for comparison I think you might not know the difference. I would not call it a "bright" color.

                              There are definitely colors out there that are lighter (as well as darker). The Moss Grey is dark enough not to look too dirty after a day at the barn, but light enough to not be a "dark" color!

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                              • #16
                                Okay, I'm caving in and buying , but you have to help me choose a color!

                                Something summery, but definatly leaning towards a darker shade as they are more "slimming"! And I get dirty a lot.

                                Anyone have pics? The swatches online don't really help.... are Indigo & French blue pretty dark? Maybe I should lean towards Sage and Mocha.

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by CFiona View Post

                                  Anyone have pics? The swatches online don't really help.... are Indigo & French blue pretty dark? Maybe I should lean towards Sage and Mocha.
                                  I had the Mocha TS Royals and I LOVED them. Great color

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by CFiona View Post
                                    Okay, I'm caving in and buying , but you have to help me choose a color!

                                    Something summery, but definatly leaning towards a darker shade as they are more "slimming"! And I get dirty a lot.

                                    Anyone have pics? The swatches online don't really help.... are Indigo & French blue pretty dark? Maybe I should lean towards Sage and Mocha.

                                    French Blue is a beautiful color (IMO!). The Indigo is supposed to be darker than the French Blue. In between True Navy and French Blue. Have you seen it out yet? My favorite tack store isn't expecting it until June (along with another new color, Walnut (a self-explainitory color I guess!)).

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                                    • #19
                                      Go here to check out color swatches for French Blue, Moss Grey, and Heather. I have them all! I think these are pretty close (but not 100% - but I guess nothing is!).

                                      I think the French Blue is probably "truest". I think the Moss Grey and the Heather are slightly lighter. And I think the Heather is "prettier" than shows here.

                                      I tried to actually paste the swatches in here, but I couldn't get it to work!

                                      http://woodsongtack.com/index.php?ac...&productId=484

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                                      • #20
                                        I show jumpers in the mocha. It's close enough to normal tan but seems to help hide "things" better. My favorite color is the chocolate. I love them! They hide everything!

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