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post #11 of 14 Old 09-15-2010, 02:32 PM
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A treeless saddle has to fit just like any ol' treed saddle; just because it's treeless doesn't mean that it will fit everything. Thus, in response to #3, there might be a saddle fit issue. Do you have photos of it side-on and from a shoulder angle to show how the saddle fits without a cinch or saddle pad?
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I will get photos as soon as possible to post. It looks to fit pretty perfectly to me except for this rising up at the back. I have heard it happening before but not sure why.. Obviously im no expert so fit could be the problem.
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post #14 of 14 Old 09-17-2010, 02:41 PM
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Barefoot MUST fits! It's flexible in all directions (X,Y and Z). I heard about problem, you have (I;m not sure, I understand it well, but I think so). You wrote, that the saddle is rising up in at the back. Look, everyone who uses this model says, that saddle is 'working', so to the time you sit on, it isn't spread so much as it should be. When you sit, the saddle is dropped to the horse back, an than it's the time, when the saddle is adapted to the horseback shape. When you and the ride, and you are out of saddle, it backing for the form before. Matching the saddle could be shorter, when it will be more used.

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