Royal King Texas Roper Saddle

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Product Summary:

Great for ranchers or work on the trail, the Royal King Texas Roper Western Saddle is an excellent hand tooled roping saddle. Built on a 5 year guaranteed tree, this saddle has a quality padded suede leather seat and a 4” rawhide cantle. The durable Latigo wrap makes the horn slicker for maximum dally control. The attractive laced stirrups can be adjusted quickly and easily with the Tough-1 quick change buckles. Double D rigging and stainless steel fittings ensure a secure and comfortable fit.
 
Features:
• Hand tooled saddle for roping or the trail
• Tree is guaranteed for 5 years
• Rust free stainless steel fittings
• Tough-1 quick change buckles for quick and easy stirrup length adjustment
• Durable Latigo horn wrap
• Padded suede leather seat for comfort
• Neoprene in skirts for a great fit
• Attractive laced stirrups
 

Item Specifications:
Tree:
Rawhide Covered 5-Year Warranty
Bars: Full Quarter Horse
Horn: 3" Latigo Wrapped
Cantle 4", Rawhide
Swell: 12"
Gullet: 8 1/2"
Rigging: Double D

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Can you tell me the weight of this saddle?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2015
Best Answer: Our supplier informs us that this saddle weighs approximately 31 lbs.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 31, 2015
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