King Charleston Trail Saddle Package

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Product Summary:

Renowned craftsmanship meets modern technology in the King Series Charleston Western Trail Saddle Package. Includes the saddle with matching blanket, bridle, reins, bit, girth, and breast collar.  This set adds flair to a performance proven saddle.  Accessories styles and sizes may vary.
 
Features:
• Rawhide covered fiberglass tree
• Embossed floral pattern with rough-out fender and jockey
• Blevins style, quick change buckles
• Silver berry edge conchos
• Nylon lined 2 ½” stirrup leather
• Padded sewn stirrups
• Neoprene impregnated skirt for better comfort and fit
• Latigo saddle strings
• Leather wrapped horn
 
Item Specifications:
Tree: Rawhide covered fiberglass
Bars: Full, Quarter Horse
Horn: 3”
Cantle: 5”
Gullet: 7 ½’’
Swell: 13”
Rigging: Heavy Duty D
Skirt: 27 ½” x 28” x ½”
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Saddle for Good Price Seems like a good saddle so far, I got this one on sale for half the price so I was really pleased. I wish it came with a back cinch and billet straps. Bit is not of good quality, but everything else seems like it should hold up well. March 1, 2010
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