Tough-1 Aluminum Swivel Offset Stirrups

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Tough-1 Aluminum Swivel Offset Stirrups

Simple saddle installation, just remove your current stirrups and slip your new aluminum swivel and lock stirrups on! This system allows the stirrup to rotate 360 degrees or it can be locked into any position for maximum comfort. It also allows the fender to lay flat against the rider’s knee. The Tough-1 Aluminum Swivel Offset Stirrups are guaranteed to relieve knee and ankle strain. Complete with aluminum stirrup with wrapped leather bottom and 2 1/4” rubber tread, width is 4.75". Choose a 2 1/2” or a 3” neck. Sold in pairs.
 
Features:
  • Simple saddle installation
  • Stirrups rotate and can be locked into position
  • Relieves knee and ankle strain

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bad knees
Cindy M on Oct 3, 2015
Friend recommended for hurting knees !
M B on Apr 26, 2015
They helped relieve the pressure placed on my knees from a fender that would not bend.
Valerie I on Aug 25, 2015
I'm hoping that it will relieve my ankle and knee pain.
Tracey L on Mar 27, 2014
I am wondering if anyone has experienced the rotation part at the top bumping into your shin when riding (or is it a matter of just getting it adjusted properly)?
Linda L on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: I suspect that the riders foot ware isn't providing the protection needed. A reasonable riding boot, western, Englash, paddock, fiddler boot should protect the shin. I use it in an adaptive rider situation and so far, nothing like the problem described.
Reply · Report · Steve W on Dec 8, 2013
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Is this a set (two stirrups)? Does the stirrup have a slant in the bottom?
Candy T on Sep 10, 2013
Best Answer: Yes it is a set (2). The bottom is flat.
Reply · Report · John M on Oct 6, 2013
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