Winter breeches for men?

Joss

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Only recommendation from this end is long johns under the normal Mark Todd ones;)

The man in my life is far to stingy to have more than 1 pair of breeches:eek: (which involved a lot of careful wearing when he did a Three Day Event & some very kind washing from the landlord when he fell in the water jump on horse no: 1 at a 2 day event:eek::confused::D)
 

rlhnlk

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I'm not trying to take the mick here, but if you wear a pair of tight's under your breeches you'll stay warmer, plus you don't have to shell out for breeches that are no good in the summer.
 

kit279

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Today the good gentleman's breeches expired in style, so a replacement pair is required in any case... He only plays polo in the summer so winter only ones will be fine!
 

Gamebird

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I've got the ladies version of the Oliver Townend winter breeches - Imp I think? They're not totally waterproof but good enough and very toasty indeed. I'm sure they do a male version.
 

Herts05

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You could try long chaps. I live in mine in the winter.

Or a pair of "Skins" (funky long johns, bought my husband some for golf and he swears by them now)
 
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