Bates Stirrup Leathers and Bates Webbers ...


Everybody needs a pair...

Bates Saddlery are a great company built on centuries of development bringing unparallelled performance!

Bates Stirrup Leathers

  • These stirrup leathers are an elegant, classic design.

  • High quality leathers, made in luxurious Bates leather to perfectly match Bates Saddles and others too..

  • The riveted buckle design reduces the thickness of the leather under the rider’s leg, making it more comfrotable for the rider and creating a much sleeker look

  • The webbing core ensures that the leathers will not stretch and cause unevenness, ensuring durability which is essential for stirrup leathers!

  • Super soft leather making them flexible yet still durable, lined and stitched on either side with stainless steel fittings

  • Sizes - Child's/Teenager (48"), Ladies (54"), Mens (58")

 

Bates Leather Webbers

  • The bates webbers are revolutionary stirrup straps made without buckles to reduce the lump under your thigh and provide closer contact to your horse
  • With no buckles, this ensures extra comfort and ease when attaching them to your saddle!
  • The single thickness under the leg removes excess bulk and interference, facilitating the accurate delivery of leg aids
  • Made in luxurious leather to match your Bates Saddle, with a webbing core to ensure they will not stretch and cause unevenness
  • Bates webbers are a constant best seller at Townfields!  

 

Bates Luxe Leather Webbers 

  • Similar to the Bates original webbers, but just a step up with LUXE leather! 
  • Revolutionary stirrup straps made without buckles to reduce the lump under your thigh and provide closer contact to your horse
  • The single thickness of the webber under the leg removes excess bulk and interference, facilitating the accurate delivery of leg aids
  • Luxurious leather to match your Bates Saddle, with a webbing core to ensure they will not stretch and cause unevenness

All 3 of these options are a great one to pick to add to your saddlery range...

 


17th March 2020

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