Women's Straight-Leg Horse Riding Jeans

€ 50.00

Designed for riders riding outdoors in all weathers.

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SKU: S2749 (1200641)
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Product benefits
  1. Abrasion resistance
    Resistance to wear tested in the laboratory.
  2. Reduced chafing
    Reduced chafing
    Natural, cotton-rich fabric and seamless crotch.
  3. Freedom of movement
    Freedom of movement
    Two-way stretch fabric for freedom of movement.
  4. Shaping
    Fabric and cut provide a snug fit.
  5. Pockets
    2 front pockets and 2 back pockets.
  6. Anatomic design
    Slim-fitting cut. Elastic foot strap to hold the jodhpurs in place when riding.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 92.0% Cotton, 8.0% Elastane
  2. Storage advice
    Store in a dry and well-ventilated place.
  3. Cleaning advice
    Wash inside out at 30°C. Cool iron.Do not dry clean or tumble dry.
  4. Product catchline
    Straight leg stretch jeans with foot strap, allows you to ride without half chaps. Foot strap is adjustable and fitted before putting on boots.
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  • Made for a six foot supermodel

    PAULA (United Kingdom)
    Used for
    UK Horse riders are not six foot supermodels.These were more of a fashion jodhpur than a working garment. Skinny fit.
    Most are pear shaped with tight thigh and calf muscles.

    Nice material .
    Nice material
    Too long, small fitting.
    Response of the brand
    Hi Paula,

    Thanks for the message, and apologies for your problems with the product. They are designed to be functional as well as looking good, so sorry that they haven't performed as you wished. I will pass your fedback on to the design team in France who deal with the fit etc of these products, however in the meantime if you could return them to your closest Decathlon store or via the online process for an exchange or full refund I would appreciate it. 
    Apologies for the inconvenience.

    Ross Farrington Market Manager DECATHLON