I really like webbers. I rode in a Wintec saddle with webbers for most of my "early" riding years when I was leasing, so when I bought my horse and got a leather saddle for him I decided I wanted leather webbers, too.
Bates (same company as Wintec) makes a leather version of webbers, but they're slightly different than the Wintec ones- the little metal T that secures the stirrup length goes into a little pocket in the Bates ones (instead of all the way through like Wintec) so the other side looks like a solid leather strap, which looks nicer when they're new
. Eventually they wear through the leather on the other side of the pocket and then it looks bad.
I ended up buying Prestige Ideal Dressage Leathers
instead. I'm also short (5'2", really short legs, too) and the Short length works very well for me. "Regular" size people end up dropping the length almost all the way to the bottom when they ride in my saddle, though
They're designed pretty much the same as the Wintec webbers, except with leather. They do have some quirks, though. Being leather, they're much thicker than the synthetic webbers I was used to. It was really hard to get the stirrups on them initially and continues to be kind of difficult to get them on the stirrup bars when I take them off (though I think that's more because of how my saddle is flocked than anything else). They came with plastic sleeves that cover the metal T. Mine wouldn't stay in place and I thought they were kind of tacky looking so I took them off. I later bought some leather Bates covers but didn't like the extra bulk, so I no longer use those, either. I do have a wear spot on the inside of my half chaps, but I'm not sure if it's from the metal piece rubbing or just general riding...
I've always been advised not to mix synthetic and leather. The Wintec webbers are certainly cheaper than any of the leather webber options, so if your leather saddle isn't all that nice it might work out just fine. I wouldn't chance it on a leather saddle I cared about, though.