Here is what someone else had to say about this brand on COTH:
I am pretty picky about breeches. I like to have a lot of stretch (these had virtually none), I really like a pocket (okay in that department), I prefer little to no cotton (these were 95% cotton), and I like a ribbed fabric (these were smooth). I couldn't justify keeping five pair of breeches that were a miss in three out of four categories just because it was inconvenient to return them.
I kept one pair though. I really wanted them to work, even though they had no stretch, so I used one pair of the full seats during a recent lesson. Once they stretched out a bit (during wear) they were serviceable, but just barely. It was particularly hot and humid that day, and I almost ran back home to change; they were that uncomfortable. I think that they'll be better as winter breeches when I don't need them to fit my sweaty, heat enlarged body.
After I got home and stripped them off, I looked over at the rest of the breeches, still in their packaging, and thought, no way I want a drawerful of these things! I'd rather be out the $8.50 it will cost to return them (prepaid shipping label included) than to be stuck with $70 worth of breeches that I don't want to wear.
The breeches I prefer are the Tough Rider Low Rise Ribbed Breech at about $40 a pair. I could send the Ashely's back and order at least one pair of the Tough Riders. But since I don't even need breeches right now, I'll just bank the return money for a later day. And besides, there is a pair of show breeches I've had my eye on. I'd rather buy those in a few months than ride around in breeches I hate.