Jointed Stirrup Irons Pair

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4 1/2 Inch

$33.74

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4 3/4 Inch

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4 1/4 Inch

$32.24

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Product Summary:

Jointed Stirrup Irons
 
An innovative iron designed to provide maximum flexibility with better shock absorption. Unique stainless steel spring construction in stirrup arms cushion each and every downward contact to ease movements in the rider's knees and the horse's back. Stirrup foot offers extremely smooth forward and backward movement for optimum comfort and safety and to keep the rider's heels down in the correct position. Includes grey rubber grip pads and joint coverings, which won't attract attention to leg movement in the arena like white will. Imported.  Sold in Pairs.

Sizing Information
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To determine your size, measure across the ball of your boot and add ½".The rubber on both sides will decrease the area available for your foot to fit, so you may need to go up approx. ½" from the size of regular stirrups.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 1/4 Inch SLT733093 425 239390 754888994837
4 1/2 Inch SLT733093 450 239391 754888994820
4 3/4 Inch SLT733093 475 239392 754888995254

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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Needed something springy for my joints
Kathleen W on Sep 5, 2019
My trainer recommended it for an extra edge in the saddle
Whitney A on Sep 1, 2018
Needed something springy for my joints
Kathleen W on Sep 5, 2019
because of the feedback from the buyers
Euazteca C/O Gat J on Sep 30, 2018
My trainer recommended it for an extra edge in the saddle
Whitney A on Sep 1, 2018
What my granddaughter wanted
Ann B on Aug 15, 2018
Old stirrups cracked. Hope these work.
LaRonda C on May 29, 2018
Have one pair and like them
Leslie M on May 11, 2018
trainer recommendation
Kami D on Mar 25, 2018
have pads at bottom and sides, and pivot freely
Yvonne O on Mar 7, 2018
I have had a pair for the last 15 years and i just need a replacement
sylvia s on Feb 24, 2018
Wanted to try them.
Jim S on Jan 6, 2017
hopefully will help my arthritic joints w/out compromising my leg position in the saddle.
Lisa M on Dec 7, 2016
Have heard positive things about the jointed stirrups and wanted to try them for myself. Just purchased a new saddle to fit my new horse and so was a good time to try them.
Susan S on Oct 29, 2016
I read reviews from customers who used this<br />product and noticed a difference in how their<br />joints and knees felt less pressure, also<br />of how well they worked when a sticky situation<br />developed and how they were able to get out<br />of it safely by not having been stuck in the stirrup.
Karen U on Jul 21, 2016
used a pair before and they cause less pain in my joints
Rachel D on Apr 14, 2016
I hope they are comfy
Cathy S on Mar 8, 2016
I sometimes have pain in my ankles and knees and a friend said these help her
Linda M on Nov 14, 2015
Good value for the money. The joints permit the bottom of the stirrup to move with your foot without moving the entire stirrup.
Valerie I on Aug 25, 2015
I couldn't afford the more expensive Name brand ones and these seem to work just as well.
Becky H on Jul 24, 2015
I had a pair before these and the were great until the rubber cracked. Not a big deal to me since they a safety stirrups and they are still ridable, just not as pretty.
Becky P on Jun 23, 2015
Quality feature for the price. Wanted to try hinge irons based on reviews stating they helped with leg pain.
Sandra R on Dec 30, 2014
Good reviews
M Ann L on Apr 19, 2014
cause my ankles are weak and im broke
Deirdre E on Feb 21, 2014
CREATES EASE IN PERFORMANCE
Joseph F on Dec 26, 2013
to help reduce knee pain
Debra T on Dec 12, 2013
So glad I bought these. They are easy on my knees when I'm riding, have great flexibility, and i feel very secure. Not to mention they look sharp .
Andrea H on Nov 16, 2013
because of the feedback from the buyers
Euazteca C/O Gat J on Sep 30, 2018
What my granddaughter wanted
Ann B on Aug 15, 2018
Would these be good for recreational dressage riding? How much give does the spring have?
Amanda M on Mar 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I use this type of stirrup for dressage riding myself. In my opinion, the amount of "give" is like standing on a nicely padded carpet. I used to have the jointed irons which flexed at the foot plate, & there is no comparison -- this type is far better, and my knees & ankles bother me far less.
Are these safer than regular stirrups? Will they release a foot in a fall
kim b on Dec 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These are not designed as safety stirrups but to help riders who have knee pain. They make stirrups with rubber bands, peacock stirrups, specifically for what you are looking for.
Do these come larger than 4-3/4”?
Jeff L on Apr 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The 4 and 3/4 I purchased are huge, I was able to comfortably ride in my mudruckers winter boots.
Are there metal grates for these irons?
Sally H on Dec 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There are but they are not included in purchase
Will these help keep your foot in? and leg in place?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought these for 2 reasons...they give a softer feel and are not as jarring, but also because they come in appropriate sized for your boot width. The biggest benefit for me was that these come small enough to actually fit my foot correctly - not so large that my feet slide all over the place.
Are these weighted ??
Jill B on Jun 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They are quite heavy! But they are comfortable, although I had to take them off my dressage saddle as they made it hard to keep my leg in the right position.
What width stirrup leathers fits them?
A shopper on Jun 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Any standard English stirrup leather will fit through the eye. These leathers run in the 7/8" to 1" width range.
are jointed stirrups ok to show in equitation? Are they good for a 12 yr old rider?
mgbme on Dec 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. They really are not very different from traditional stirrups. They add a smoother feel and makes it a little easier to obtain the correct position. They are commonly chosen in the hunter jumper ring as an upgraded version of traditional stirrups.
Do these come with stirrup pads?
trzeventing t on Apr 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they're the "cheese grater" type and they really grip.
So do these come with the WHITE rubber grip pads and joint coverings or the GRAY? Or both?
Megan on Nov 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Both the rubber grip pads and the joint coverings are gray. Nancy
Do the joint coverings move around on the stirrup or are they stuck to the stirrup and can't move? - Thanks
Maggie C on Jul 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They do not come off - if that is what you are asking. The gray part is almost rubbery. You are able to bend and move that part of the stirrup. I think that is what you mean, but not sure. Excellent stirrup. Kind of like shocks in a car. I hope this helps!
what is the difference between peacock iron?
A shopper on Jun 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: -Peacock stirrup irons are also known as safety stirrups. Peacock stirrups are not solid metal. Instead, one side of the stirrup has a thick rubber or elastic band. If the rider falls off of the horse, his foot will break through the band and release rather than risk being dragged by the horse if the foot is caught.

-Jointed stirrup irons have a spring on both sides that is covered with a rubber sheath. The springs are in place to provide shock absorption with each downward movement. This makes it more comfortable for both the rider and the horse. Although not considered safety stirrups, the jointed stirrup is a bit safer than other stirrups because it is easier for the foot to slide out in case of a fall.
what is the difference between the sizes?
drew m on Jan 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sizing Information: To determine your size, measure across the ball of your boot and add ½".The rubber on both sides will decrease the area available for your foot to fit, so you may need to go up approx. ½" from the size of regular stirrups.