Western Engraved Aluminum Offset Stirrups

$40.49
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Western Engraved Aluminum Offset Stirrups

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Western Engraved Aluminum Offset Stirrups
 
This attractive pair of stirrups have a 3" neck and 4.5" x 2" leather treads. Special Etched design on the outside of each stirrup. Stirrups measure 7" in total height.

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I like the style and the price.
Vikki A on Dec 26, 2014
Christmas gift.
Haley B on Dec 7, 2014
good product
Laurie L on Dec 21, 2014
to customize and enhance my saddle. also will never break...
marco p on Nov 6, 2014
These off-set stirrups with engraving look great BUT what happens when the leather on the foot part wears out? I've not found a listing for replacement leather insets - is there such a thing or do you simply go to a harness maker and get a strip of leather.
Sheryl A on Feb 15, 2014
Best Answer: I've not had to replace the leather "foot part" on my
stirrups yet and I've had them for 6 or 7 years (at least). I ride two to three or even four times every week, so my stirrups get used a lot. (We are team penners and ranch sorters and trail riders). Whenever I clean my saddle, I oil up that part of the stirrups and they are holding up remarkably well.
Reply · Report · Sharon G. M. R on Feb 23, 2014
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Are these a pair?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, these are a pair, and an excellent buy. These stirrups look great on the saddle, are comfortable
to use and just generally work well. We team pen, ranch sort, work cattle in the pastures and trail ride, and these stirrups are terrific.
Reply · Report · Sharon G. M. R on Nov 6, 2014
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do these really make a difference in knee and joint pain?
A shopper on Jul 24, 2015
Best Answer: i bought them for looks but discovered they were very comfortable and I sat better in the saddle with them versus the original stirrups. Can't speak to specific knee or joint pain, but are very comfortable to ride in.
Reply · Report · Melinda L on Jul 25, 2015
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