Kincade Lined Leathers

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54

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63

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Product Summary:

Kincade® Lined Leathers
 
Durable quality leathers that are lined.  Available in sizes: 48" and 54" in Black and Chocolate and 63" in Black only.
 
Features:
  • Durable
  • Lined
Item Specifications:
 
Material:
Leather
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
48 Black E006247 048 BLK E006247 048 BLK
48 Chocolate E006247 048 CHO 900402 9329028245813
54 Black E006247 054 BLK 900406 9329028245837
54 Chocolate E006247 054 CHO 900403 9329028245820
63 Black E006247 063 BLK 900407 9329028245844
63 Chocolate E006247 063 CHO E006247 063 CHO

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Why did you choose this?
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I liked the response given by the associate who indicated they had purchased these; they are a basic leather for the price.
Stephanie G on Jul 20, 2018
I liked the response given by the associate who indicated they had purchased these; they are a basic leather for the price.
Stephanie G on Jul 20, 2018
ARE THESE AS A SET OR JUST EACH?
SCOTT S on May 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They are a set. I like them. They were not the most expensive, but they are of good quality. I also bought a brown pair for my hunt seat saddle!
How wide are these leathers?
r s on Aug 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They are approximately 1 inch wide.
How do you determine what length stirrup leather to purchase?
A shopper on Oct 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: There are no hard and fast rules because everybody is different but one of the most popular calculations is this:

“Measure the length from the rider’s armpit to where their wrist meets their hand. Double that length and then round up to the nearest stirrup length”

Typically stirrup leathers start at 38” and go up in 4” steps.