Bates Elevation Next Generation

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Product Summary:

Bates® Next Generation Elevation Standard Seat Saddle    
 
Engineered for precision performance, the Bates® Next Generation Elevation Standard Seat Saddle combines technical design and innovation to raise the bar for horse and rider.
 
Features:
  • Low Forward Narrow Twist - Sits you optimally with maximum contact and stability
  • Multi-layered Foam Panels - Provide ultimate comfort for horse and rider
  • Ergonomic Stirrup Bar - Allows closer contact providing comfort and better communication
  • Unique Panel Shape - Even weight distribution with fluid cushioning for safety and comfort
  • Adjustable Flexi bloc™ System - Enables rider to tailor their thigh and knee support
  • CAIR® Panel System - Air panel system evenly distributes weight eliminating pressure points
  • Features EASY-CHANGE™ Gullet System and includes Medium Gullet Plate
Item Specifications:

Material:
Leather

Color:
Brown
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Ride I like this saddle a lot. I own this and the Caprilli Close Contact, and I ride this one more. It gives a nice balanced position. Works on my Appy/TB and my Draft Cross. March 5, 2011
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