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    02-05-2011, 04:01 AM
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Foal
Crooked Stirrups

After shattering my right leg in September, I lost some range of motion in my ankle. The tack store in the area has Crooked Stirrups and speaks highly of them. They are suppose to help your knee and ankle, but at $80+ are they worth it?

Has anyone on here tried them?

How well do they work for you?

Would you recommend them?

Thank You!
     
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    02-06-2011, 01:35 PM
  #2
Showing
If we are talking wooden stirrups why not try wooden wedges attached to the footplate of your stirrups. This way you'll find out how much angle works by playing around with them. Or, if you wish to try these make sure you can return them if they're not right for you. A word of caution- don't get a mark on them or the seller is not obligate to refund your money. I suggest you get on your horse without using the stirrups then slip socks over your boots as best you can. No point in being out $80+ and you can't use them.
     

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