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Old 4th Feb 2008, 08:17 PM
jumpjaky jumpjaky is offline
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Question best jods

my best jods are horsewhere or some cheap robbinsons ones. i find the cheaper the comfyer! but im strange i think my mum dropped me when i was young so i've got a screw loose. what do you all think make the best/comfyest jods?
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Old 4th Feb 2008, 08:23 PM
Joyscarer Joyscarer is offline
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I like my Caldene ones I bought when I was about 18, I'm 34 now

Needless to say they have a saggy bum to match mine

I have bought others in the past 18 months but still like my tatty old Caldene's and only wear the others if the old favs are in the wash
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Old 4th Feb 2008, 08:29 PM
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I managed to "win" a pair of Musto jods on Ebay for 23 instead of 50rrp.... they are soooooooo comfy!
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Old 4th Feb 2008, 08:30 PM
x-Marmite-x x-Marmite-x is offline
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Bought a navy blue pair from tally-ho 4 years ago. They've survived being worn nearly all the time since then and have withstood 3 1/2st of weight fluctuation (i went up 3st, then down 3 1/2 ) they're warm in winter, cool in summer, nice and stretchy so comfy for long hacks and they've held their colour amazingly well (although they're starting to look a little purpley). There is a hole where if you think about it, it would be most logical to get a hole considering how you sit on a horse but you can't see it at all and a bit of DIY sewing and they're right as rain now! They're a good length and although i keep buying new pairs, i can't bring myself to throw them away and keep digging them back out of the drawer! If i could find an identical pair, but new again, i'd get them no question; they were a bargain for 25 and they've totally paid for themselves !
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Old 4th Feb 2008, 08:54 PM
lachlanandmarcu lachlanandmarcu is offline
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Saddlecraft make the comfiest cotton/lycra ordinary jodhs I think
Katy jods from Equestrianclearance are really hard wearing and the ones I got (10 pairs for 60, all black) are quite nylony on the outside but actually soft brushed inside. They are my day to day ones
I like the upper ranges from Horka but do find seams split (and not due to me trying to get into sizes too small!)
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Old 5th Feb 2008, 02:52 PM
connieD connieD is offline
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i also have horseware ones which i love, they are really comfy and light material yet really warm in the winter and cool in the summer!
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Old 5th Feb 2008, 02:53 PM
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i love equitech, very stretchy fabric and pretty colours they seem to wear well too
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Old 5th Feb 2008, 08:46 PM
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my robinsons ones are lasting well but I like the phoenix ones for VFM.
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Old 6th Feb 2008, 01:42 PM
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I got some cheap joddys on a stall at a show (no brand) for 7 (we made him bargain lol) and they have lasted 2 1/2 years so far with continuous wear.
they are comfy, and a good colour- yellow with black check i used to have yellow wellies aswell so when i rode out they always saw me!
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Old 6th Feb 2008, 01:43 PM
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i like K*ty jods off equestrian clearance, they are cheap and really comfortable, and even fit my legs and i am 5"10
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Old 6th Feb 2008, 06:16 PM
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for basic jods I like Gorringe 400's I now have 3 pairs!
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Old 6th Feb 2008, 06:21 PM
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REALLY warm and comfy! I especially like the high supportive waisband - not that I've got anything to hold in, but its just comfy.

I have the red and navy ones and aren't that fond of the colour but its different I suppose.

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Old 6th Feb 2008, 06:32 PM
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i love my harry hall atlantas. had them about 3 years and are very comfy. i now have 2 pairs, maybe going on three pairs soon
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