Fab Freebie: Get a Grip with a Pair of Kerrits Flex Tight II Fullseat Tights

The Flex tights are designed using Durabreathe fabric, which means they provide lightweight coverage that is breathable. Photo by Lorraine Peachey. The Flex tights are designed using Durabreathe fabric, which means they provide lightweight coverage that is breathable. Photo by Lorraine Peachey.

I can’t believe July is almost over. Summer is going entirely too quickly this year! While the days are long, I’m spending almost every evening riding my horse, and my favorite thing to wear for summertime riding is a lightweight pair of tights.

This summer, I’ve been wearing the Flex Tight II Fullseat Riding Tights from Kerrits, and you can read all about my experience here. The Flex Tights are designed using Durabreathe fabric, which means that they have optimal breathability with lightweight coverage.

The Flex II Tights also feature strategically placed Gripstretch panels that help to provide a mid-level sticky grip. And what’s even better? The design of the Gripstretch panels helps to visually slim the backside, which for me, means an extra confidence boost!

While the Flex II Tights flatter, they also feature a comfortable 2-inch flow rise waistband. They also feature belt loops, so that you can add a belt to complete your look. The tights are also machine washable in cold water.

The Flex II Tights area available from Kerrits in sizes XS to 2X. You can choose from a number of colors, including Tan, Caper, Black, Multi Tweed and Dusk (pictured). All colors have a retail price of $99, and you can find them here.

A special thanks goes out to Kerrits for providing this week’s prize! So you know the drill. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, and then check back in our Friday News & Notes, where we will announce our lucky winner. Good luck!

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