Centaur Icelandic Stirrup Irons

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Centaur Icelandic Stirrup Irons


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Product Summary:

Centaur Icelandic Stirrup Irons

The Icelandic stirrups have a traditional design that offers freedom of movement and a safety feature with bent sides. Its angled slot for your stirrup leathers enables the irons to hang straight.

Product Features:

  • The stirrups with a traditional design offer freedom for movement.
  • They have angled slot for stirrup leathers.
Product Specifications:
Size: 4-3/4
Materials:  Stainless Steel with Rubber pads

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I like the off set. Don't understand why not all stirrups have it. I start horses and like the easy out option so as to not get hung up if you have any mishap. Light weight as well.
George on Jan 30, 2015
are the Icelandic stirrups sold in pairs or are they 45.98 a piece?
Siobhan10ponies on Apr 10, 2015
Best Answer: That is for a pair.
I bought these a while ago and feel they are a good purchase. I like my stirrup irons to line up at a right angle to the horse. They are designed to not grab your foot and they won't. Can feel loose if you do not keep your feet down as good riding demands anyhow.
Reply · Report · George on Apr 11, 2015
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can we wear 4-34 icelandic stirrup with
winter riding boot?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: While I haven't ridden with winter boots, I do use my dressage boots and have plenty of room. They are as wide as regular English stirrups, with even a little more width on the top because they don't have that "bell" shape of the regular stirrups. I would think, unless you are using huge boots, you would have plenty of room.
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Do the Centaur Icelandic stirrups come in brass?
Blye W on Feb 20, 2016
Best Answer: Not that I'm aware of. I could them find only in stainless steel.
I hope that helps
Reply · Report · Barbara L on Feb 20, 2016
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