Wool Blend Breeches Half Grip Jet Black

Smart and unique features
Swedish design
Eco conscious

New in! Warm and comfy riding breeches with silicone knee patches and soft wool lining. Face the cold wearing Uhip’s new durable and comfy riding breeches.

The breeches are slightly small in size. We recommend you to choose a bigger size than normal.


Winter riding breeches with silicone knee patches, super soft wool lining, and durable, softshell outside. The seat is manufactured with hardwearing stretch fabric with silicone print along the inside of the leg, at the knees, for comfort and grip.  The silicone offers stability in the saddle yet allows you to stay flexible and have freedom of movement. The lower part of the leg is made with a thinner stretch fabric, similar to that of training tights, which make them fit smoothly in your riding boots without rubbing or chafing.

In addition, the warm riding breeches have practical pockets that can hold horse treats or necessary belongings. They have side pockets designed with fashionable diagonal zips, two open hand pockets, and a zippered back pocket.

Uhip’s new winter riding breeches are designed with a perfect combination of materials that will make your winter riding adventures even more enjoyable.


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  • Front closure button with hook
  • Two open hand pockets
  • Two leg pockets with zips
  • One back pocket with zip
  • Lower leg stretch panel minimizes bulk in boots
  • Bonded bottom hem
  • No inseam to avoid chafing
  • Saddle Cut
  • Pre-shaped knees
  • Knee patch with silicon printed pattern
  • Hybrid construction


Shell: Woolblend 2L 88% Polyamide 12% Spandex + 70% Polyester 30% Wool
Lower leg: 78% Polyester, 22% Spandex
Zips: YKK Reversed Coil + METALUXE® Vislon

Garment care

  • Gentle wash at 30 degrees C
  • Do not Bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not Iron
  • No dry cleaning
  • Wash with similar colours
  • Use mild detergent
  • Do not use softener
  • Close all zippers before wash

Made in China. Designed in Sweden