Stainless Steel Peacock Irons Pair

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4.25 Inch

$22.49

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 01/22/2019.

4.5 Inch

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4.75 Inch

$22.49

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Buy 3 or more, each at $20.24
Buy 6 or more, each at $19.79

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Product Summary:

Stainless Steel Peacock Irons
 
The elastic release can be stretched straight or twisted for a tight fit.  Heavy rubber bands release with the pressure of a fall to set the foot free. 
 
Features:
  • Elastic release
  • Stainless steel
  • Heavy rubber bands
  • Sold in pairs
  • Replacement loops and rubber bands available
Item Specifications:
 
Color:
Silver
 
Material:
Stainless steel 



 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 Inch SLT733293 400 213009
4.25 Inch SLT733293 425 24-913-3-414 688499044974
4.5 Inch SLT733293 450 24-913-3-412 688499379502
4.75 Inch SLT733293 475 24-913-3-434 674962014667

Product Reviews by Customers

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safe basic stirrups, although looking at the picture beforehand i remember them having pads and now this picture does not (grr)
Beth T on Dec 12, 2018
safety
laura d on Aug 29, 2018
safe basic stirrups, although looking at the picture beforehand i remember them having pads and now this picture does not (grr)
Beth T on Dec 12, 2018
Safety
Lisa C on Dec 5, 2018
safety
laura d on Aug 29, 2018
safety stirrup for chilxren
Pamela M on Apr 12, 2018
My kids should always use these (as should everyone). Even at the lesson barn, I will not allow them to ride in regular irons.
Anna R on Mar 15, 2018
Safety, safety, safety! Every rider, regardless of age or ability should ride in peacock stirrups. I even have western peacock stirrups for my western saddle.
Erin M on May 19, 2017
recommended by friend
Nadine C on Apr 21, 2017
It's what our Granddaughter needed
Kevin K on Nov 22, 2016
Purchased for my granddaughters saddle. She is only three years old and a mere nothing. There is no way her weight would pull a stirrup off the stirrrup bar on a saddle. Safety first.
Susan S on Oct 2, 2016
safety for kids!
Kim K on Jun 8, 2016
For grandson
Tina G on Feb 2, 2016
I run a Riding Academy and the safety is a biggie.
Jaci W on Nov 1, 2015
they were the smallest i could find
Wendy E on Oct 10, 2015
Beginning rider, need safety stirrups
Fred M on Aug 19, 2015
Child safety
Christina H on Aug 18, 2015
Absolutely perfect for my little girl to use. She just turned 3. These stirrups are easy for her to stand up in and are very comfortable.
Leah R on May 28, 2015
Safety is a priority as my eight year old grandson begins jumping. These stirrups are recommended by many at the stable where he rides.
Mary F on May 9, 2015
Perfect irons for lesson kids and saddles! Safety first!
Jessica P on Apr 20, 2015
safety!
Mary Ann N on Apr 13, 2015
Safety is a main concern with young riders. The peacock stirrups help prevent a rider from getting their foot caught in the stirrup should a mishap occur.
Sara M on May 21, 2014
cost, durability and required item
john w on Apr 30, 2014
My daughter's riding instructor recommended.
DARA V on Mar 6, 2014
Therapy riding center. We use a lot of these.
Sally S on Feb 19, 2014
From reading reviews this seemed the best for the money
Roberta M on Jan 31, 2014
Price
Philip H on Jan 19, 2014
The other iron was out of stock...I hope this works okay.
Sherri P on Dec 28, 2013
Price and Safety
Kimberly N on Dec 11, 2013
I needed adult sized safety stirrups for trail riding and price for the quality was good.
Jeffery H on Nov 2, 2013
Safety
Lisa C on Dec 5, 2018
safety stirrup for chilxren
Pamela M on Apr 12, 2018
Does the number "475" represent that the stirrups are 4 3/4" in width?
Joseph on Aug 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does. They are fine for my kids feet but a bit tight for mine. I can't ride in my winter boots in 4.75 stirrups.
what size is the 4.5? Is this in inches?
dennis w on Nov 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is in inches. it's 4.5 inches wide.
Will the Fillis Stirrup Pads sold separately fit these Stainless Steel Peacock Irons ?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, so long as the size is correct. Please bear in mind stirrup pads are not measured at their longest edge - they are measured across at the insides of each notch/half circle where they will rest against each branch of the stirrup.
Fillis Stirrup Pads fit in these Stainless Steel Peacock Irons ?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, so long as the size is correct. Please bear in mind stirrup pads are not measured at their longest edge - they are measured across at the insides of each notch/half circle where they will rest against each branch of the stirrup.
What is the best size for my 9 year old daughter? She is a little below average size.
Sarah D on May 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought these for my 7 year old, two Christmas's ago - they've been great. She has ridden in them everyweek since! She's a shoe size 3/4 now but was probl a 1/2 then-
are they good quality?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are fine but there is current controversy regarding their actual safety as clothing can get caught on them. I am a PATH certified therapeutic riding instructor and now many are recommending S stirrups. I am still using them but planning on replacing them for next season.
How do I measure to find my size?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My suggestion is that if you are buying for an adult, get the largest size available. Two reasons, the wider the irons, the less likely you are to hang up in them when you fall, and the larger size is a wee bit heavier and will stay in place if you loose it or it is swinging around after a buck. This makes it faster to find with your foot if it is just hanging right were you expect to find it. For Kids, get a size that gives them the same safe advantages. I'm a retired riding instructor, I have never seen a rider hung up in Peacock Irons, I use them on all my saddles.
Are these sold in a pair(set 2 irons)?
Natashalynn H on Jul 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. All stirrups are sold as pairs.
Are the pads included?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. They are white. I never used the irons. Any chance I can return next time I'm in Mn?
Are the pads and bands included? I have read two different answers to this questions.
Laura H on Sep 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they were included. However, I bought extra bands just in case any pop off and are lost. Also, my daughter rides with the peacock stirrups only in the arena, where if they pop off they're more easily found. On the trail she uses bent leg stirrups & a wears a safety vest.
what is the difference between the 425 450 and 475?
A shopper on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Since the company is asking a user, they must not know, which seems strange. I think this is a mysterious way of distinguishing the stirrup width. 4 1/4 inches (425) 4 1/2 inches (450) 4 3/4 inches (475). Measure the widest part of your boot and order a 1/2 inch wider. I've used these stirrups since a friend got her foot caught and was dragged.
Do these come with the pads?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, they do not.
Can I use these on a wintec western saddle if I buckle them on in the wider area under the stirrup leather opening?
Lori A on Jan 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I think you could use them on a wintec western with proper leather english leathers attached to your western but no. I would NOT think it would be safe to attach them to that other part of the iron that you are referring to. Ir see if you can get other nylon wintec type western or english "leathers" that would fit stirrups in the proper hole. I use these a lot for the riding program I manage and they make things safer for sure...but I don't think safe the way you describe. Best of luck!
What is the best first saddle for a 4 year old (on a horse not a pony)?
Jill B on Jun 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on discipline. I start little ones on a lead line saddle by Kincade ,for English . If western I use a youth saddle 12 in. I teach so I need a decent saddle at a reasonable price. If the child already loves riding and will be riding for a while. Spend a little more money. Both Kincade and Wintec have 12 in good English saddles ar reasonable prices.
What color is the rubber band?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think they were black- but I have 4 sets- I teach lessons- so I am not 100% certain. I only have 1 set that is not black and they are on a saddle I use less frequently.