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Kerrits Kids' Powerstretch Pocket Tight II

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Kerrits Kids' Powerstretch Pocket Tight II

Give your little rider a leg up on warmth with the Kerrits Kids' Powerstretch Pocket Tight II with Kerrits Sticks™ nonslip grip technology.

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Item #: X1-350254B
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Clothing Fabric Technologies Explained
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The Kerrits Kids' Powerstretch Pocket Tight II gives young riders a leg up on warmth. These stretchy winter riding tights are made of Polartec® Powerstretch® fabric that’s brushed inside for softness and comfort. The outer surface sheds horse hair and hay. Kerrits Sticks™ nonslip technology at the inner knees provides flexible grip.

A level warmer than Kerrits Kids’ Fleece Performance Tights, this breech has:

  • Four-way stretch.
  • Elastic drawcord waistband.
  • Handy side pocket.
  • Self-fabric ankles.


Machine wash.
49% polyester/39% nylon/12% spandex.
Kids' XS(4-5), S(6-7), M(8-10), L(12-14), XL(16-18).

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Clothing Fabric Technologies Clarified
This glossary of fabric terminologies is designed to help you choose riding clothes to best suit your needs and climate.

Breathable:Fabric is woven so tiny holes let vapor pass through. In other words, warm, moist air from your body escapes. Fabrics can also be chemically treated to vent inner air while providing water resistance. Breathable fabrics can be natural (cotton, silk) or manmade (polyester, nylon).

Moisture-Wicking: Fabric is either constructed in a funnel-like weave or chemically treated to transport wetness from the inner surface to the outer surface. There, moisture evaporates efficiently, so the fabric doesn't feel heavy or wet to wear. Fabrics can be naturally wicking (wool) or manmade (polyester).

Cooling Fabrics:IceFil®, and similar proprietary fabrics, use chemical treatments to convert perspiration to energy. The conversion creates a cooling sensation on your skin that can make you feel some degrees cooler. It works best in high humidity.

Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF):All fabrics offer some level of ultraviolet (UV) protection, but some are rated with a UPF. The weave and the denier of any fabric contribute to its UPR. UV rays penetrate fabric through tiny holes in the weave. A tightly woven fabric thus offers more coverage than a loosely woven fabric, and a heavier fabric offers more coverage than a thin fabric. However, lightweight summer fabrics can offer enhanced UV protection through the use of finishing treatments that block UV rays. What does a fabric rating of UPF50 mean? It indicates that 1/50th of UV rays can penetrate the fabric.

Best of All Worlds
Clothing that offers a combination of breathability and moisture wicking is a must for staying comfortable on a very hot day. For your ultimate comfort in high humidity, choose clothing made of cooling fabric. Most garments made of cooling fabric have a UPF rating, but you'll also find moisture-wicking garments that come with a rating, too.