Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
I think you did very well at that price. As long as the tree is perfect and the leather is not damaged or dried out, you will always be able to sell it for more then you paid if it doesn't fit you or your horse.
I love a slick seat and most of my saddles have been built that way. It is a more costly option on a saddle since it has to be made with a single matched piece of leather rather then several pieces that can be sewed together.
Good luck with it.
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