"You know how you go to the tack shop for some new shampoo, maybe a hairnet, but leave with two pairs of breeches, a new shirt, and twelve other things and your wallet crying for mercy? That recently happened to me BUT I luckily got away with two awesome products! (My wallet can forgive me for them). I picked up a TS icefill shirt, and a pair of FITS Free Flex breeches. The TS icefill is fun and flattering and comes in a lot of cute colors! It’s one of the classier ice fill shirts on the market today, and it does its job. To be straight to the point, it fits well, has sleeves long enough for those of us with long arms, and keeps you cool in temps under 85 degrees.
Now for the Breeches, I LOVED them from the moment I put them on in the dressing room, and the love only grew from there. The FITS Free Flex breeches, a synthetic leather seated piece of awesome. They run a tad small, as FITS other breeches in xs don’t fit me, but these fit quite well. The fabric is also on the thinner side, they fit and wear more like compression tights than the regular breeches, which actually makes them pretty good for the summer! Ive put them through some tough stuff , 6 hours of barn work a day four days a week: Riding multiple horses, grooming, mucking, feeding, tacking, bathing etc, and they held up great! The fit is flattering, and the color pallet they come in can be paired with a lot of colors. They stood up to a hard day at the barn, and a hard ride great!
As for how the breeches rode, (the most important part). Holy AWESOME. The seat is insanely sticky. If you were driving with that one friend who’s known to drive terribly, worry not, your butt isn’t going anywhere…provided they have leather seats. These breeches had me secure in the saddle, I didn’t feel like I was going anywhere no matter what the horse did underneath me. As sticky as these breeches are though, you have a good range of movement in them; i’m talking squats and dead lifts kind of movement.
I could rant and rave about these breeches all night but that isn’t going to help any of you if you want to buy them! Guess who carries them? My very own favorite The Tack Shoppe of Collingwood! So snatch yourself up a pair while you can! They’re going to sell fast when people find out how great they are."