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  • How to buy sprenger bow balance

 
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    02-09-2008, 12:34 AM
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Yearling
I've never heard of them. What are they exactly?
     
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    02-09-2008, 11:31 AM
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Trained
Upnover-that is truely amazing! I would love to get taught by him, but from some of the comments on youtube, i'd be too afraid

Abby, do you mean the stirrups? I'm not exactly sure how to explain them, but this is where I ordered from.

http://www.tackroominc.com/herm-spre...ps-p-4448.html

They are shaped differently (the metal part) and also helps with relieve pain in your ankles, knees, hips. I have bad knees, so I was looking for a pair that would suit my needs and they seemed cool so I got them. They also have a left and right stirrup for you left and right foot. They are on the expensive side tho.
     

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