Korsteel Knife Edge Stirrup Iron

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Product Summary:

Korsteel® Knife Edge Stirrup Irons
 
Premium quality stainless steel fillis stirrup irons complete with treads.
 
 
 


Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 E006250 400 880580 9329028225242
4.25 E006250 425 880600 9329028225259
4.5 E006250 450 880620 9329028225266
4.75 E006250 475 880622 9329028225273
5 E006250 500 880623 9329028225280

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how do you know what size stirrup to buy?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Bring or wear your riding boots when sizing your foot for stirrups. Wear riding boots that have a thick heel because the heel offers traction. Boots with a heel can prevent falling or injury, preventing your foot from sliding through the stirrup in the event that your horse makes a sudden movement.
Measure the widest part of your foot in inches with measuring tape, from side-to-side, with your boots on. Add one to two inches onto your measurement to account for one inch or a half-inch of slack on both sides of your stirrups, based on your preference and riding style.
What width stirrup leathers would fit these stirrups? Thanks!
A shopper on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Any standard English stirrup leathers approximately 3/4" - 1 1/8" will fit these stirrups.
Are these sold in pairs or individually?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Pairs
How heavy are these stirrups?
Heather K on Sep 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are pretty well weighted. A little on the heavier side.
how does the size work?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The size is the inside of the foot plate/tread area. You should purchase irons that are one inch wider than the widest part of your riding boot's sole.