- How are grip breeches different from other types breeches?
- What are the advantages of breeches with grip?
- How do I wash my grip breeches?
How are grip breeches different from other types breeches?
The seat of a pair of grip breeches is printed with silicone imprints. The contact area of the prints varies with different patterns and motifs, such as small stripes, diamonds, triangles or zigzags, creating different levels of adhesion. In contrast to breeches with synthetic leather seat, the breathability of grip breeches is higher, as the spaces between the silicone prints allow for increased air circulation. The spacing of the Grip prints also makes the breeches more flexible and adaptable, providing a high level of wearing comfort.
The grip can be applied as full-seat on breeches and jodhpurs, as well as knee patch breeches. At Kramer Equestrian you can buy women's grip breeches with different silicone prints and patterns - you will find the right grip breeches for every need.
What are the advantages of breeches with grip?
The biggest advantage of breeches with grip is the intensive hold in the saddle. The silicone is applied in liquid form and rolled to bond with the fabric. Therefore, grip breeches are particularly beneficial for novice riders, as the breeches support a steady riding position and give a feeling of security. In addition, the different print patterns flatter the figure and make the breeches sporty and attractive. The slightly offset silicone prints keep the breeches particularly elastic and breathable. If you place a lot of value on design and wearing comfort when buying a pair of breeches, our Grip breeches for women are very well advised.
How do I wash my grip breeches?
To prevent the grip trim from coming off, turn your breeches inside out before washing them in the washing machine at 30 degrees. Use a mild detergent or, even better, a mild detergent for sports textiles. Otherwise, your grip breeches do not require any special care. You can find detailed information on textile care with step-by-step instructions on how to wash breeches in our guide on textile care.