I too have had problems with my feet getting "stuck" in the
Flex Ride stirrups. I found that the Trail Tech stirrups worked
better for me. They look like a western stirrup, wide and big.
They have enough flex(they call it shock absorbtion) to help
me. Since I have been using them (approx 2 years) my knees are
not sore at the end of a 50, nor do I get those painful shin splints
I only wish I could figure out how my riding style causes the
shin splints without the Trail Tech 's.
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