Tough-1 Angled Aluminum Stirrups

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Product Summary:

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High quality aluminum and swivel top. Choice of 2" or 3" tread with rubber insert for comfort and sure grip. Strong stirrup bar. Angled for added comfort.

Neck: 3"
Height: 5" Inside, 7" Outside
Width:  4" Outside

Product Reviews by Customers

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I chose these angled aluminum stirrups to alleviate knee fatigue. Haven't used them yet.
Tammy P on Dec 2, 2015
Want to see how they work on CTR rides.
Lyla S on Sep 30, 2015
bad knees
Cindy M on Oct 3, 2015
going on a trail riding adventure!
Debbie H on Jul 10, 2015
Are these stirrups angled in such a way has to help with knee pain?
thanks on Nov 19, 2013
Best Answer: Stand on the floor, and assume the riding position, check out your feet, and you will find them flat on floor , not turned out. Anything to align your body will help. My knees feel better(less pain) with these correct stirrups. This is not a new concept, the English riders have had these for years. I have them on all my saddles. They should help your knees. just for a test, wedge your regular stirrups to the angle you want, then try them. The wider the bottom of the stirrup is, there is less pressure per square inch on the bottom of your feet, and your legs and knees feel better.

Hope I could help. Bob Mayne.
Reply · Report · Bob M on Nov 20, 2013
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I have a womens size 7 foot. Should I buy the 2 or inch stirrup?
A shopper on Feb 21, 2015
Best Answer: I have a size 8.5 and the 2in stirrups and love them. They're the perfect average size. Not too big and bulky and not tiny. I actually accidentally ordered the 3in originally and they were huge! Go with the 2 inch.
Reply · Report · GEORGE G on Feb 23, 2015
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Which side of these stirrups go to the outside and which side goes to the inside?
A shopper on Jun 6, 2015
Best Answer: So sorry taking so long to reply, where it curves the smallest goes to the inside. So how the picture is sitting is how you would put it onto the fender of your saddle.
Reply · Report · Ashley W on Jun 8, 2015
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