Silver Fox Schooling Leathers

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Product Summary:

Silver Fox® English Schooling Stirrup Leathers
 
Plain edge made of full grain leather with buckles. An excellent schooling leather with numbered holes. 1" wide.
 
Sold as a pair
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Brown 1 X 54 E001472 BRN 154 24-809-7-0 688499043892
Black 1 x 48 E001472 BLK 148 24-810-2-0 688499275392
Brown 1 x 48 E001472 BRN 148 24-810-7-0 688499044059
Chestnut 1 x 48 E001472 CHS 148 24 45-0 810
Black 1 X 54 E001472 BLK 154 24-809-2-0 688499043878
Chestnut 1 X 54 E001472 CHS 154 24-809-45-0 688499043885

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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Needed new ones
Robin K on Jul 27, 2019
I chose theses schooling leathers because I recently purchased an English saddle and the leathers are far to long for me. I really do not want to go through the hassle of punching holes when the leather is older anyway. Based on the reviews these are good leathers for an inexpensive price, which was my main decision in purchasing these.
Brianna E on Apr 22, 2018
Needed new ones
Robin K on Jul 27, 2019
Just to get started with some basic leathers that are inexpensive since saddle didn't come with them.
April W on May 10, 2018
I chose theses schooling leathers because I recently purchased an English saddle and the leathers are far to long for me. I really do not want to go through the hassle of punching holes when the leather is older anyway. Based on the reviews these are good leathers for an inexpensive price, which was my main decision in purchasing these.
Brianna E on Apr 22, 2018
It's that time of year
Jamie D on Apr 19, 2018
These were recommended to me by a member of a Facebook group I'm in, and they seemed to fit the bill for lesson saddles!
Tory W on Apr 4, 2018
Because the color matches the vaulting surcingle that I am putting them on.
Anna A on Mar 25, 2018
Needed for spare saddle: price and it came in black
Emily S on Mar 21, 2018
Quality at a Great Price.
Marsha B on Mar 19, 2018
Price
Shelly L on Mar 5, 2018
PRICE
Kathy R on Dec 6, 2017
Inexpensive leathers, good reviews.
Barbara S on Nov 25, 2017
Excited about the price and how the leather will be
Kayla u on Oct 26, 2017
Not too expensive.
Veronica B on Oct 3, 2017
Nice price for good schooling leathers.
Laura H on Aug 8, 2017
Just got a used english saddle but the stirrup leathers were missing.
adrisnyder13 on Jul 5, 2017
Inexpensive, and to my surprise, great quality.
lacie M on May 12, 2016
Great schooling leathers.
KELLY Y on Dec 31, 2015
Christmas Gift
Debbie E on Sep 16, 2015
great price for basic leathers.
MARGARET H on Sep 7, 2015
needed them. Sure would be nice though if they came together with the stirrups instead of having to buy everything separate
Conny C on Aug 12, 2015
These leathers are exactly what I was hoping for. They're solid quality.
Leah R on May 28, 2015
Very sturdy
Aimee D on Mar 15, 2015
Good price for leathers.
SUSAN G on Jan 15, 2015
The price and hopefully the quality.
Margaret Y on Dec 30, 2014
These leathers are inexpensive and remarkably nice for the price. I use old stirrup leathers on my cribber. I cut them to fit his neck. They work better than any commercial product that's out there on him, with far less chafing. Anyway, I bought a pair for him because I'd run out of old leathers and I was very surprised at their quality. It seems a shame to use them, really! Anyway, I was so impressed that I bought a pair for my dressage saddle too!
Kortney K on Dec 21, 2014
Amazing! LOVE!
Ann F on Oct 18, 2014
Seemed to get good reviews and I am purchasing for a growing child and did not want to get anything too expensive at this time. We will see when they get here
Erika D on Sep 20, 2014
Good quality for a good price. Will buy them again.
MARY JO G on Sep 13, 2014
great price
Susan H on Jul 4, 2014
Trainer recommended and many good comments from other customers.
Autumn B on Jun 12, 2014
I picked these stirrups because of the price. I hope the quality is at good as the reviews showed. I'm hoping that the stirrups will be good enough for my daughter to use in her Pony Club events. They will get inspected each time she is at a event, so I hope these stirrups will stand up to the values of the United States Pony Club.
Darlene P on May 23, 2014
I am 5' 6" , I thought that these would fit and they are a bit long for me. I've added a few more holes.
Angel I on May 13, 2014
economical
Diane H on May 6, 2014
My stirrup leathers broke today.
Melissa N on Feb 20, 2014
Affordable and I think they'll match my saddle well enough.
Shelly N on Feb 1, 2014
didnt like my other ones tat i had on my saddle.
meghan b on Jan 26, 2014
Good Value and came in color to match saddle
Dawn S on Nov 15, 2013
Cheap, you get what you pay for. One of the leathers broke while my daughter was riding, as the stitching broke. Instead of replacing it, I fixed it myself with needle & heavy weight leather thread.<br />The leather is fine & supple, the silver on the buckles didn't last long.<br />Good for schooling purposes, keep an eye on the stitching.
Shari R on Oct 7, 2013
Color, side and price.
Hanna J on Aug 16, 2013
Just to get started with some basic leathers that are inexpensive since saddle didn't come with them.
April W on May 10, 2018
It's that time of year
Jamie D on Apr 19, 2018
I’m 5’4, what size would fit me that I could adjust to go longer, and shorter?
Dash maybe on Apr 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 1x54. They will adjust to you and other people can use them in demonstrating for you. The 1x48 would not have adjustments for various routines. They are strong and durable. I and a friend play polo on them and have for over 5 years and have not had to replace them. That is playing at least once a week. They are a little stiff at first but putting olive oil on them cures that.
When you buy this, do you get a pair (two separate) stirrup leathers or do you just get one separate?
Dash maybe on Apr 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It comes with two (seperate) stirrup leathers. It would be pointless to only sell half of a pair.
When will these come back in stock (chestnut colored)? as pictured?
SANDY on Mar 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Don’t know when coming in. Don’t buy , it’s a cheap product that could hurt someone
Are these sold as a pair?
Kaali S on Jun 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes
Hi I’m 5’6 and would the 1 x 48 work or should I go with the 1 x 54?
Mina G on Dec 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mina and Merry Christmas!
I purchased these leathers in black and the darker brown. They are both wonderfully supple for the reasonable price. I am 5' 3" and wear a 30" long jean. I believe I use the 7th hole up from the bottom out of a possible 10. I use the 54" leathers because I like to tuck the reaming strap into the loop located toward the back of the flap. The 48" straps usually work well for children. Judy
If I'm 5 feet tall, should I go for the 54" or the 48"? I'm guessing both would work, but I want to know which size would be better as I don't want the end of the stirrup leather to be too long and hang out the side of the saddle, hitting the horse in the side. I've had that problem before.
Kate L on Oct 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 48" for hunt seat will work for someone your height. The others will be too long and you'd need to punch more holes plus would have a lot of extra stirrup leather flapping around.
I'm 5'3, will the 54in fit? Will these be good for Jumping and eventing?
Rachel C on Sep 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The 54" leathers are the standard size and they have plenty of adjustment so you should have no problem adjusting them to fit. These leathers should work well for any English discipline.
How wide are the leathers?
Marjorie F on Apr 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are 1" wide or close too it. 1" x 54"
what size leathers do you get for kids?
Natalie K on Sep 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought the 1x54 for my daughter who is now 10. She has had them since she was 8. She is just over 4' tall and she still has a lot of room to grow in them Her friend that is almost 5' can use them also. I think they would work for most kids.
I am wanting to try cross country. Would these be good for that and how would i do the whole size thing?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: To get a general estimate of the length of leather you require, measure the length of your arm from your armpit to the tips of your fingers. Double that measurement, and add a few inches to be sure that you have enough leather to tuck into the leather keeper on the saddle flap. Remember that the height of the stirrup iron will add six to eight inches to the overall length.
I am 5'0 feet am I am 20 years old, will the 48 fit me?
catsrcute11 on Jun 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi!
I am also 5'0 feet tall and a lot older than 20, I have not used the leathers yet, but I feel confident that the 48" will be fine. I have a Wintec all purpose and am not sure if the leathers are placed differently on different style saddles, but you can always return them if they are too short
hi im 5'8 do you think the 1 x 54 would be long enough?
Fiona S on Feb 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they should be I am only 5'3 and mine are toward the top to being the highest hole up. There is extra for me. I like these have had them a year so far and they work fine they are sturdy and I use them with my quarter paint colt.
do you think the brown would match a Havana colored saddle?
Fiona S on Feb 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The chestnut color is very light, like a London Tan color. The brown is true dark brown, no red. "Havana" varies widely depending on manufacturer. I would choose the brown for a brown saddle, because the chestnut is so light.