Cashel EZ-Knees Stirrup Corrector 3in

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Cashel EZ-Knees Stirrup Corrector 3in


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Product Summary:

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Cashel EZ Knee Stirrup Corrector
Stop the fender fight and relieve unnecessary pain in your knees and hips while you ride.  EZ Knees™ uniquely changes the position of your western stirrups to sit perpendicular to your horse.  This allows your feet to rest in a more natural position which can help eliminate pressure from the "fender torque".  1/8" hand polished, no-rust aluminum. 3" top. Stirrup drop is approx. 2" once the EZ-Knee is attached. U.S.A. Sold in pairs.
  • 1/8" hand polished aluminum
  • 3" top
  • Stirrup drop is approx. 2"
  • Rust-proof
  • Durable
  • Eliminates pressure
Item Specifications:
Hand polished aluminum

Product Reviews by Customers

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To help my daughter ride better as her knees always hurt when she rode. These solved my problem years ago.
boots on Sep 27, 2015
to make the stirrup more comfortable on my knees.
Jimmie C on Jul 26, 2015
had knee surgery in the past, hard to ride in pain without a stirrup corrector, no more pair. but the cashel stirrup correctors rubs a metal mark on my best riding boots. thinking of wrapping the corrector with leather at the contact point.
david v on Aug 6, 2015
Have knee problems and this product was recommended for relieving knee pressure. Looking forward to see how it works.
Sharon V on May 6, 2015
can anyone tell me how this is on the shins? My boyfriend and i do alot of trotting and cantering and would like to know if this bruises the shins or not during this? He has messed up his knees from playing rugby and would like to make riding more comfortable for him. And possibly any pictures of the side that touches the horse?
Dana H on Nov 14, 2013
Best Answer: I found these do give relief to someone who has knee pain, I bought a pair for myself and went trail riding for several hours and found my knees did not feel near as stiff and sore as they usually did. I have arthritis in my knees and have had surgery on one, these EZ knee stirrups helped alot. I ride all the time still training young horses, I thought they maybe a problem because when you add the EZ stirrup on it does drop the length and make the stirrup feel loose because it does not but up against the fender, but it works fine, I do not have any issues with my shins with the iron because if you put them on correct they do lay flat in front of your shin. My sister rarely rides horses anymore and when I would have her ride with me her knees would hurt so bad, but I had her use these and she was also impressed how much it helped with the stiff pain she would get with out them. I think they helped allot, the ONLY thing I found there may be trouble with is the width of the bolt and stirrup Corrector, depending on the width of the strap off the fender may be a hair to wide but not hard to fix, either shave the leather a little or just a little longer bolt. I did not have to do either but not much room to spare.
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this only comes in 3" wide at the top. does it matter if that is a little wider than i needed?
jill t on Feb 23, 2016
Best Answer: They do come in other sizes: 2-1/2" or 3" although they may not be available here. We ordered what fit our saddle. I would hesitate to have it much wider than your leather because the stirrup could wobble around. We like them but know that if you ride in lace up, high-top shoes such as those with the hooks above the eyelets, it has caught and ripped a couple of them off.
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might be a dumb one...the price is for a pair, right?
jill t on Feb 22, 2016
Best Answer: Yes it is. They have saved my knees, worth the price, we have them on all our saddles.
Reply · Report · Pam O on Feb 23, 2016
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I ride in an endurance saddle that has english type leathers, can I use ez knees connectors with them?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2016
Best Answer: Yes you can. I have ridden in a Tucker endurance saddle for 10 years with the ez knees connectors and have not had any problems.
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How do I put on the Cashel E-Z knee on my stirrup?
A shopper on Mar 28, 2017
Best Answer: You take your stirrup off the. Slip the stirrup on to the Cashel EZ-knees Corrector. Then you put it back on you saddle. Your stirrups will now be turned forward and keep in mind it will extend your stirrups about two inches so adjkaust the length.
Reply · Report · Melissa C on Mar 30, 2017
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