Circle Y Flex2 Cottonwood Trail Saddle Reg

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Product Summary:

For the rider who prefers traditional leather skirts and single-ply jockeys and fenders with the benefit of a Flex2® tree. This saddle features Circle Y's innovative Flex2® tree technology. Double padded seat for all-day comfort. Basketweave and floral tooling with border makes a great looking saddle at a great price. The 3-Way in-skirt rigging lets you choose from three rigging positons to best suit your horse. FLEX2® TREE TECHNOLOGY-FLEXIBLE FOR THE HORSE LIGHTWEIGHT FOR THE RIDER:
  • Flexible tree design conforms to a horse's back while providing rider weight distribution
  • Tunnel Skirt design alleviates pressure off of horse's spine
  • Regular Tree

  • Cantle Height 4"
    Rigging 3-Way Inskirt
    Swell Width 13"
    Tooling Basket Floral with border
    Horn Size 3-1/4" Neck, 1-7/8" Cap
    Skirt 13" D x 26"L

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    What is the weight of this saddle?
    Joni L on Jun 30, 2014
    Best Answer: This saddle weighs approximately 29 lbs.
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    How much does this saddle weigh?
    fawn b on Mar 2, 2015
    Best Answer: The Cottonwood Trail Saddle weights in the mid 20's...around 25/26 lbs.
    Reply · Report · Darrell NCircle Y Expert on Mar 2, 2015
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