Sporting Hares Victorious thermal riding leggings review

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  • Sporting Hares Victorious thermal riding leggings




    Sporting Hares

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    Official description: Sporting Hares Victorious thermal leggings

    The Sporting Hares Victorious thermal riding leggings are designed for supreme comfort and performance during the cooler season. An intelligent four-way stretch material ensures a snug fit to the rider, while a sumptuous fleece lining gives optimum insulation. Strategically placed silicon knee-grips ensure complete control when needed most in the saddle, while a high waist completes a serene fit. Two discreet pockets finish off a riding tight built on a foundation of results-driven performance.

    First impressions

    These are different to the normal jodhpurs or breeches I would normally wear.

    Overview of performance

    I was actually very surprised about how much I liked these riding leggings. They are extremely comfortable and have enough grip. The only downfall is that they are quite thin. I could feel the cold come through, especially when it was windy and a small tear appeared near the knee.

    Harriet’s likes and dislikes

    I really like the range of motion you have as they aren’t restricting at all. They are very comfortable, and you wouldn’t really know they were riding leggings. They are high-waisted, too, which I really like. I don’t think they are as durable as the others in test, but are very stylish and have a very handy pocket on your leg for your phone.


    I would recommend to a friend as they are very comfortable and stylish.

    Who tested these riding tights?

    Harriet Rimmer is a busy yard owner and hunting enthusiast. She produces and sell hunters, alongside riding and training horses for owners. During the season, Harriet is out at least three times a week — at least once with her local pack and visiting others as much as she can, whatever the weather. Over the summer, Harriet spends her time getting the horses out and about wherever she can to gain some life experience.

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