Wintec Pro Webbers

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Product Summary:

Wintec Pro Webbers
 
Designed without buckles, revolutionary synthetic stirrup leathers reduce the lump under the rider's thigh. This provides the rider with a closer contact to the horse. They feature a webbing core for increased strength.  Measurement is from end to end.
 
The difference between Wintec Webbers (SLT732122) and Wintec Pro Webbers is that the regular webbers are made of equileather, while the Pro Webbers are made of equisuede.

 

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An old favorite that needs replaced.
Barnyard O on May 20, 2015
Which stirrups (brand) are you using with these? I just got mine in and I can't get the hook end through the eye of my stirrup (it's too thick), so I can't use the keepers properly. This didn't happen with the original Wintec Webbers.
Marisa S on Jan 15, 2016
Best Answer: I don't know the brand name of my stirrups. I wiggled them through the eyes of the stirrups and they fit. These webbers seem really cheap to me. I have 3 other pairs of Wintec webbers and they seem higher quality. I really, really like the Bates leather webbers. I now have 2 pairs and use them with my leather dressage saddles. I have the Wintec webbers for my Wintec saddles.
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I'm 5'6". What length do I need? Thanks!
Jackie L on Nov 10, 2015
Best Answer: You probably need the 28 inch. They are comparable to traditional mid-fifty-inch leathers. The 24 inch are usually for children, and the 32 inch are usually for dressage or tall riders.
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will these rub a leather saddle flap?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2015
Best Answer: These would rub a saddle about the same as any other type of stirrup leather.
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