Jod's for curvy ladies....

Discussion in 'Tried and Tested' started by nat17, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. nat17

    nat17 Minnie, Sam and Dolly

    Apart from fuller fillies, does anyone have any recommendations for jod's for larger ladies... So 16/18 ... Smart or just not plain as usual :wink:
  2. Flipo's Mum

    Flipo's Mum Heavy owner of a Heavy

    I'm a bit bigger at a size 20, but haven't tried the fuller fillies jods, I stick to robinsons own requisite range and they stretch enough for me so imagine they'd be fine for you.
  3. JustJas

    JustJas New Member

    Musto snugs are great. They are a very stretchy comfy fabric. They are cosy for winter wirth the bonus of water and muck repellent.
  4. k8te

    k8te New Member

    I have some Dublin ones, really comfy & warm and the fit is lovely x
  5. Calluna

    Calluna Member

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    Have you tried 16+ rider? They appear to have a reasonable range. Not bought any jods, but got my country boots there and the service was good.
  6. jovi_y2k2

    jovi_y2k2 Well-Known Member

    I love my Dublin premier and supafit jods, very comfy
  7. KarinUS

    KarinUS Active Member

    Do you get Kerrits over there? I have a pair that i was able to wear when I was skinny, still wear it at 5 months pregnant and now 6 years later it's still my favorite
  8. LindaAd

    LindaAd Active Member

    I'd have thought that at your size you could get the any make of jodhs ... I had a pair of Caldene that were really stretchy, and lasted for years, but I don't know if they still make them like that. I like Fuller Fillies, but they do come up big, even in the larger sizes.
  9. Native Lover

    Native Lover Crazy,Pony Collector !!

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    I was a size 18 and I wear Dublin they fit well are made to last and come in a range of colours and patterns. I wear breeches to cut down on ankle bulk
  10. Gill

    Gill New Member

    I like the FF lush cord jods. The newer ones are lovely thick stretchy cord and I rather like my grey ones.
  11. Wiz201

    Wiz201 New Member

    I've bought fuller fillies half chaps as my legs are short and a bit wider than the normal leg. Jodhpurs are usually stocked in my size at Robinsons which is 38in at the moment so I've never had to go anywhere else for those. I had to shop around a bit for jodhpur boots as the Tesco ones were enormous. Ended up buying teenagers size 4 ones from an online equestrian store of which I can't remember.

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