Pantalón Hombre KLkarlos Kingsland
Pantalón Hombre KLkarlos Kingsland
Pantalón Hombre KLkarlos Kingsland
Pantalón Hombre KLkarlos Kingsland

KLKarlos Men's Breeches Kingsland

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Men's Breeches Kingsland

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    The KLkarlos men's riding breeches from Kingsland are made of a soft technical fabric with a high elasticity, it is a breathable and quick-drying fabric, its waist is normal. Excellent shape retention. Knee grip with KL logo.
    Double fold at the front. 3-striped embroidery in colour on the front and on the back pocket. Buttoned back pockets with piping. Metal plate with logo on back pocket In-tone logo with in-tone embroidery on front. New corporate thigh patch. Corporate metal hook on the side.

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    Kingsland has become one of the benchmarks for equestrian clothing and materials for horses since its creation in 1999 in Norway. Lin E. K Kingsrød, the founder and director of the brand, got the idea from her own need when she was a rider, missing better quality riding clothes.

    Thus Kingsland was born, she designed her first line of clothing that prioritised fit, comfort and quality of the garments. Among his first designs was the Kingsland Bomber Jacket with which he made his breakthrough.

    Kingsland always keeps the classic style in mind, prioritising high quality materials and exclusive designs for all lovers of the equestrian world.

    You can now buy Kingsland products in our online and physical store Tuxe Life, in A Coruña (Galicia).

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