Tough-1 Polymer Cushioned Trail Stirrups

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Product Summary:

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Tough-1 Royal King Polymer Cushioned Endurance Trail Stirrup

Sturdy, molded polymer stirrups with rubber grip tread (tread may vary from what is shown).  Helps stop numbness on long rides. Sold in pairs.

Stirrup Width at Bottom - 4-1/2" (2 1/2") 5-1/2"(3")
Stirrup Height - 7 3/4"
Pad Size - 4 3/4" L x 4" W

Product Reviews by Customers

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The foam rubber tore off. Did not wear well.
Valerie I on Aug 25, 2015
They are more comfortable for my feet when riding than traditional stirrups.
T E on May 18, 2014
previous experience with product
nathan s on Jun 22, 2015
Laura L on Dec 26, 2013
What does it mean by 2 1/2 or 3 inch?
Kim C on Oct 15, 2014
Best Answer: At the top of the stirrup is a bolt that you unscrew and it slips through the leather legging to attach on the other side. The distance between the left and right side of the stirrup is going to be either 2 1/2 or 3", depending on how wide you need it to be to go through your saddle's legging to attach to the other side. I hope I've helped explain it in a way you can understand. You will need to measure your saddle legging to see how wide it is. Usually 2 1/2 or 3".
Reply · Report · Linda H on Oct 15, 2014
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what is the weight of each stirrup?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not sure why the person wants to know--so I guess that is my question to them?
I do not know the exact weight but if the person wants to know in respect to wooden stirrups, my answer would be that they are lighter wt than most wooden stirrups.
I hope that helps. If they want a different answer, they can ask again, clarifying why they want to know.
Reply · Report · Linda H on Nov 18, 2014
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what width do you prefer?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2015
Best Answer: Measure the widest part of your foot in inches with measuring tape, from side-to-side, with your boots on. Add one to two inches onto your measurement to account for one inch or a half-inch of slack on both sides of your stirrups, based on your preference and riding style. The extra room allows you to fit your foot in and out of the stirrup, offering movement when riding or foot release when falling.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Aug 4, 2015
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