Circle Y saddle

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Circle Y saddle

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    08-17-2007, 07:53 AM
Circle Y saddle

Does anyone have one? What type (flex tree? Solid tree?) How heavie is it? What do you think about it?

They are on more expensive side, so I'm just still thinking... :)
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    08-17-2007, 04:41 PM
I believe my friend does.. I don't know much about it but if I find anything out I'll let you know....(it is pretty heavy)
    08-20-2007, 09:22 AM
Thanks again!

Is it really heavy? I'v seen one in tack store and it looked light. It also had flex tree. Now I'm thinking may be it wasn't Circle Y, but something else they try to make money on...
    09-08-2007, 01:41 AM
flex tree

Flex tree's are nice saddles. They weight between 20-25 #. They are lighter weight then you're traditional western saddle. I like them, and have sold many to people who have been very pleased with them. Nothing is worse then not wanting to lift your heavy saddle up. Atleast with the flex tree it's bareable.

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