ContraFlex 'White Competition leggings with a Grey Seat design.
Although Full Seat Design they are created using a subtle silicone not thick gel so suitable for all riders and will not create a ‘stuck in feel’. Tested extensively with high level Dressage Riders in deep seat and Show Jumpers two point.
This is a new fabric consisting of a mix of polyester & spandex which creates a butter soft feel and an extra 360 degree stretch for further fit & comfort.
On the panelling it's a very important factor in flattering shapes and sizes, we have invested in the tailoring making the grey seat panels sit higher up just below the buckle belt, this is done because we find panels can sit to low. This has been adapted and trialled and offers a superior fit.
The panelling we have kept high waist, however rather than a thick elasticated waistband which is loved on our Venters leggings we have taken this away for this design.
The fabric is quick dry and flexible. The seat is a stone grey made of the same content as the white fabric. Over the grey panelling we have added subtle dotty silicone for security without a 'stuck in' feel thick gel seat gives.
Belt loops complete the look along with a generous side phone pocket, top lip and embroidered logo in subtle silver on the phone pocket and back belt buckle.
In regards to white see through issues a question asked repeatedly through the equestrian world; lets face it guys, white is white, no matter what you wear there is always a possibility no matter how good the fabric or brand is especially with a stretch product that transparency can happen on occasions; this wasn't an option for us so we wanted to prevent this we opted for a stone grey seat. We have many HH Riders that compete successfully in this design.
BD, BE & BSJA Permitted within the current rules.
SIZE NOTE: There slightly more stretch in these than the Venters Leggings, so they run up a little more generous due to the soft butter 360 degree stretch the fabric has, but out of 10 testers 9 riders wore the same size in both Venters and ContraFlex, one rider preferred a size down in ContraFlex.