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Re: [RC] [RC-Digest] Vol: 03.4681 wintec saddle - Mike Lewis

The new saddles... at least our all-purpose saddle... has blocks we can
add/move as desired.  Might be a little more secure than the saddle you

That is impressive durability...

--- Chipnml@xxxxxxx wrote:

I competed in a Pro Endurance for 14 years....did over 3000 miles
ctr/ld/endurance....2700 miles in endurance).  The only place it wore
out  was 
where the stirrup leathers rubbed holes in the flap.  I loved its light 

weight and minimal care.  However, there is really no support--no knee 
rolls, no 
thigh blocks; I'd be very sore after hilly rides, and it's  also not
secure.  In fact, I switched to a deep-seated American-Flex  after a
spectacular ejections when riding my new and very green  horse.  Bottom
though it is a "cheap" saddle, I feel it  really stood up to the very
use I put on it.  It's just not the most  comfy saddle in the world. 
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Re: [RC] [RC-Digest] Vol: 03.4681 wintec saddle, Chipnml