Wintec Australian Swing Fender Stock Saddle
Wintec ® Pro Stock CS with Swinging Fender
Venture outback in the first authentic Australian Stock Saddle to feature the very latest in saddle technology. The Wintec® Pro Stock CS with Swinging Fender has all the same advantages as the traditional Wintec stock saddle but also gives the rider the additional flexibility and closer contact of the swinging fender. This saddle includes: Wintec®'s CAIR® Cushion System which provides shock and impact absorption; EASY-CHANGE Gullet System allowing the saddle to be altered to fit a horse's changing shape; Girthing system with long double leather points; and a surcingle slot.
Easy care equisuede for better grip
High density seat foam for ultimate comfort
Poley knee pads to help maintain a stable riding position
CAIR® Cushion System provides maximum comfort for your horse
Easy-Change™ Gullet System provides a custom fit--comes with a Medium plate
Swinging fender for more leg control and security in the seat
Medium (17"-17 1/2"), Large (17 1/2"- 18")
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How do I know what size of saddle to buy? I ride in a 17.5" english saddle right now.
Best Answer: Weatherbeeta advises us the Medium is a 17-17.5" and the Large is a 17.5-18". Since Australian sizing runs approximately one inch smaller than comparable English saddles, you would probably need the Medium.
How long are the fenders of this saddle?
Best Answer: flap length should be 19 inches
On April 2 I asked the question: "How do I know what size of saddle to buy? I ride in a 17.5 English saddle right now."
On April 6 your reply was: "Weatherbeeta advises us the Medium is a 17-17.5" and the Large is a 17.5-18". Since Australian sizing runs approximately one inch smaller than comparable English saddles, you would probably need the Medium." As you have stated your reply it would seem to me that if the Australian saddle runs SMALLER in sizing than my 17.5" English saddle that I would need the LARGE Australian saddle not the MEDIUM. Has someone made a mistake here?
Best Answer: Our apologies, based on the information form Weatherbeeta, you would need the large.