Best Winter Jodhpurs?!

EquestrianFairy

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Ive come across a few like Musto Snug etc but @ £60.00 its rather hefty for one pair..

Any others reccommended?

(they are for hunting ideally plus winter riding)
 

Hels_Bels

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I can say that musto snugs are excellent really warm i have 6 pairs and all really gd quality etc.

however i do get them really cheap not there usual price. due to my mum working for brocks which sell musto so she gets it at cost.

but there still worth the money.
 

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I got some fleece lined ones from Robinsons, ive got 4 pairs and they are great, really warm and wash great etc and only cost about £20 each! Mine are all dark colours so you would have to chk they did the colour you want.
 

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I cheat and use ski-ing trousers!!! I'm such a wuss these days, they're the only things that really work. I do not look like your typical equestrian come the cold weather
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If you look up annadressur on ebay she sells winter jods that are fab. I bought some last year and lived in them most of the winter. Were about £40 per pair though so not the cheapest.

Have to say though that I agree with FranSurrey - I've just bought 3 pairs of ski-ing trousers from a sports clearance shop for £5 each. Am scarily organised for this winter.....
 
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