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    07-06-2010, 01:15 PM
I think there are differences, as shown in the article posted, and the fact that "women's saddles" are starting to hit the market. Let's face it, we're built differently.

I think the basis for a good seat is universal, but maybe the outcome might look a bit different based on the difference in anatomy.

Remember the chair against the wall thing? Where women seem to be able to do it, but men can't seem to? I've never been able to figure out why, but it's there.
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    07-06-2010, 01:30 PM
Well if I was to say why you looked like a guy it would be because of your outfit choice. It looks like a mans shirt your wearing. And the saddle looks too small for you.
    07-06-2010, 02:52 PM
Originally Posted by White Foot    
Well if I was to say why you looked like a guy it would be because of your outfit choice. It looks like a mans shirt your wearing. And the saddle looks too small for you.
It's a womans work shirt from Tractor Supply Co. I bought it for Ranch rodeos and the show was small enough that I didn't want to go out and spend $75 + to buy a different one (nor did I have the money for one). I do agree it isn't as form fitting as I'd like.

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