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Derriere Equestrian Cannes Competition Breeches

$258.00 $129.00

Female Winner of the Silver Innovations Award SPOGA Horse 2014

White, with a white flexi cuff featuring the purple and gold Derriere Equestrian® Logo Design. Unisex style and Cut for male and female.

Clearance sale, stock is limited. if we cannot fill your exact order we will call you to discuss options and offer a full refund. exchanges are not possible once posted.



The Derriere Equestrian Cannes Competition breeches are designed to promote optimal comfort and performance. They work in harmony with the Derriere undergarments, ensuring all fabric surfaces come together in a symbiosis that completely eliminates chaffing, abrasions and discomfort associated with the seated element of equestrian sports.

Derriere Equestrian® Breeches feature a unique Flexi Cuff System, providing a seamless flexible design for ultimate comfort and support of the rider’s lower limb musculature, reducing the bulk and discomfort often felt with conventional breeches that maintain bulky Velcro fastenings.

They feature very subtle Diamanté on corner pockets and have a designer crystal button fastening.

Derriere Equestrian® Designer Logo Embroidery feature’s. Male and female available


The fabrics and materials used are of the highest standards and are the ultimate in equestrian riding apparel style. The content is a mix of: Cotton, Microfibre and Elasthane.

Size Chart

Washing Instructions

How should Derriere Equestrian breeches be washed?

For maintaining our products at their best we suggest:

Machine washing low temperatures.
Do not bleach.
Use neutral, non-aggressive detergents.
Do not tumble dry.
Iron at low temperatures.
Don’t leave soiled clothing unwashed, as residual sweat will damage the garment.
Keep like colours together.

What are the breeches made from?

67% Cotton 25% Microfibre 8% Elasthane



26, 28, 32, 34, 30


Ladies, Mens


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