Made of high quality leather. Made extremely well, these stirrups have embossed numbers below the holes to make it easy to remember your comfortable fit. Beautiful stainless steel buckles are durable and ready to take on tough use. Look at our selection of stirrups.
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I purchased these on a severe budget. I placed my order on a Wednesday at noon and on Friday at dinner time, they showed up! Then I open the box. I was amazed, they are pretty and have nice, soft leather. For the price I certainly didn't expect such nice quality, but they are very nice.Written on by L.James
I originally go these as agift and plan to purchase anotehr pair for my other saddle!! very nice quality and softWritten on by anonymous
Nice leathers. I love that they come in 57" length, perfect for my 5'6" stirrup length for dressage. The 60's are always too long. I tend to ride heavy to one side and love that these have the nylon reinforcement. They last much longer and don't stretch!Written on by Heather Pudil
these are nice looking stirrup leathers! they are very soft and look like expensive stirrup leathers. i am very happy with the quality of these leathers. i orderd two sets and plan to keep them both!Written on by tswjb
These stirrup leathers are a real bargain, so smart and lovely quality.Written on by Anonymous
This is my mistake because I should know better for the price, but I decided to try them based on the reviews. I did not expect calfskin for $50, but I did expect them to not be stiff as a board. I worked the leather back and forth for a while to see if it would soften up, but it just does not seem to. I am sending them back and putting the money towards a nicer pair since I think that these will always be a bit too bulky. They are thick and bend in loose "curves".Written on by Lisa
I just got these a few weeks ago and they are really nice! They are a nice, soft leather and they have broken in very nicely! You cannot beat this item for the price. Great deal!Written on by Anonymous
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When it comes to selecting stirrups he range of different styles available is staggering. How do you choose the pair that’s best for you? Here are five things that you’ll want to consider when choosing a pair of stirrups.