Tough-1 CP Sidewinder Slip On Bumper Spurs

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Tough-1 CP Sidewinder Slip On Bumper Spurs


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Tough-1 CP Sidewinder Slip On Bumper Spurs - Ladies 
Most effective stainless steel slip on spurs. Allows the rider to gain firm contact without rotating the foot.

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Chrissy D on Sep 20, 2015
They're easy on the horse and gets their attention at the same time.
Mark P on Feb 6, 2015
Ease of slip on spur.
Paige P on May 9, 2015
Interested in trying this type of spur to teach my horse to move off the leg
Renee K on Oct 20, 2014
Is this product sold as a pair (2) or as a single item? If I want one for each boot, do I order 1 or 2?
Nancy L on Aug 10, 2014
Best Answer: Thanks for the 3 replays to my question about bumper Spurs. I purchased this product from your company last fall, not long after I sumitted my question. Not sure why I got an answer now, but thanks again.
Reply · Report · Nancy L on Mar 11, 2015
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Are these used for novice youth western riders?
A shopper on Dec 13, 2015
Best Answer: They're used for any rider, regardless of experience, who want their horse to be more responsive with only minimal force. The unusual shape of the spur is to allow the rider to apply pressure to the horse's side without having to turn their foot. With normal spurs, the rider has to turn their foot (to point outward) in order for the rowel in the rear to make contact with the horse. These spurs allow the rider to maintain their normal leg position (foot parallel to the horse's body) and still utilize the spur. The fact that these spurs don't have sharp rowels enable them to serve as a good spur for novice riders because they minimize the chances of the rider cutting the horse.
Reply · Report · Scott B on Dec 13, 2015
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Is there any way to attach straps to theses?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2015
Best Answer: No, these are slip-on spurs and have nowhere to attach straps. You may wish to consider bumper spurs set up to use spur straps, such as the Tough-1 SS Sidewinder Bumper Spurs (item E005275) or the Circle Y Martha Jose Bumper Spurs (item E004507).
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Nov 13, 2015
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Can English riders use these spurs?
Kim W on Apr 29, 2016
Best Answer: You can use this spur with any boot that has a heel... True riding boots western and English have a distinct separation between heal and boot. It slides on I. That space. These spurs are handy to have in you back pocket (literally) as you never know when you need just a bit more to your heel and you don't want pack around slightly bigger English spurs. It also helps that the bump is on the side. Hope that helps
Reply · Report · Christine M on Apr 30, 2016
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