Multi-tasking abilities aren’t a notion at Kerrits Equestrian Apparel – they’re a requirement. And the clothes they make? They’d better follow that lead. Functional. Comfortable. Shaping.
Practicing this mantra to design comfort and confidence-driven apparel, the design team at Kerrits constructed the Breathe Tight II to perform with optimal comfort and versatility. Sensible, stretchy and flattering, this fullseat riding tight is made to move gracefully through all elements of the ride, using unique construction and fabrics that enhance every aspect of the experience.
“Riders spend just as much time preparing for their ride as they do actually on the horse,” said Kerrits founder, President and rider Kerri Kent. “Pants have to function and feel good in and out of the saddle.”
Taking a creative and subsequently cost-effective approach, the peak-performing Breathe Tight II achieves its unprecedented ergonomic, flattering fit by directly sewing its multiple panels together via smooth, no-chafe flatlock seams. This innovative construction saves fabric (thus the appealing $99 price tag), while also offering low-bulk, movement-friendly performance and comfort with every stride.
Unlike more restrictive traditional fullseat breeches that can ride up too high or pull too low, the Breathe Tight II solves comfort conundrums on and off the horse by joining wicking DuraBreathe™ or Channel Rib™ panels with soft, breathable Grip Stretch Suede™ (Kerrits’ incredibly durable and washable proprietary fabric). This winning combination keeps riders dry and comfortable without ever losing their grip, and allows a smooth transition through the crotch line – bringing greater breathability and mobility to a typically sensitive area for fullseats.
Ride On! About Kerrits Performance Equestrian Apparel:
Home-grown performance that sprouted in 1986, Kerrits Performance Equestrian Apparel thrives on creating innovative, functional and stylish performance apparel, uniquely designed for women who love to ride – and their horses.
Kerrits continues to grow, so to make room, we’ve got a new home in Bingen, Washington!