BAREFOOT SADDLES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- light western saddle made from Brazilian calf leather
- hand tooled
- short round skirts to accommodate short backs
- ideal for short backs
- including fenders and stirrups
Horse - friendly, hand made Barefoot Western Saddle made from Brazilian calf leather. Hand tooled in small basket design. Very deep suede seat near your horse's back!
The Barefoot 'Arizona Nut' comes inclusive matching fenders, with leather covered, tooled stirrups.
Very adjustable and flexible on the horse, comfortable for the rider. Short, rounded skirts ideal for short backed horses and also suited for slightly higher withered horses.
6 D-Rings, conchas with leather strings (please be aware that conchas/seat design has been slightly altered - new photo will be displayed shortly to reflect this), westernn rigging including tie strap and off-billet (Nylon). Saddle comes as standard with 'wide' fork but can be exchanged as with all Barefoot Saddles.(different width inserts are available for purchase separately)
- flexible in all dimensions
- no peak pressure nor restricton to movement or build up of muscles
- VPS System
- ideal for short-backed horses
- sold inclusive fenders & stirrups
- weights just 7 kg (depending on size)
Colour : brown (chocolate) with small basket tooling
Balancing saddles through the saddle pad
Pommel insert measuring template
Using the Barefoot Saddle System
Correct change of Barefoot Front Pommel
Care and Maintenance of Barefoot Products
A = length of saddle
B = length of seat
C = length of skirt / saddle flap
Barefoot saddles are hand made. This makes every saddle unique. The measurements are therefore just reference points and can vary slightly.
Size 1: recommended for clothes sizes :
Ladies 8-12 Gents 28-32
A = approx. 54 cm B = approx. 35 cm C = approx 38cm
Size 2 : recommended for clothes size :
Ladies 14-18 Gents : 34-38
A = approx. 57 cm B = approx. 40 cm C = approx. 39cm
Please note: The lenght of the saddle (A) is the overall length. As there is no pressure at all in the rear part, the horse can move freely. Even if the saddle looks a little too long on your horse, choose the size according to your measurements. It is very important that the saddle fits the rider well, so he has enough space between thighs and pommel and does not sit on the pommel or cantle, which would limit the saddles adaptability. The horse's back is free of any pressure at the rear - the Barefoot can even be lifted slightly at the cantle with a rider on board.