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Re: Re: Wintec vs. custom > Annie's 2 cents

How many years or months will he have this saddle before the tree warps as
they so oftern do or it starts falling apart? How many miles does he ride
training in a week and what leavel of endurance is he at? There is nothing
yet or I don't believe ever will be anything as durable as leather, when it
is properly taken care of. We have some leathers now that require a minimal
amount of care. Especially since Leather Therapy has come into being.

Marilyn Horstmyer
DeSoto Custom Saddlery
(231) 775-5612
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Subject: RC: Re: Wintec vs. custom > Annie's 2 cents

> In a message dated 1/6/01 7:51:32 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> writes:
> << that the cheap economy saddle just will not work as a rule.  >>
>     I find this sort of funny.  Since my husband uses a Wintec Pro 2000
> Endurance Model.
> Tammy Robinson
> Trail-Rite Ranch & Products
> 661/513-9269
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