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    08-08-2008, 11:15 AM
Wintec Closecontacttt?

I went to a Dover Saddlery shop yesterday and I tried out the new Wintec 500 Close contact.

Does anyone ride in one?
Even though its not real leather, its a very nice saddle. It has nice knee rolls.
Im just trying to sell my stubben kerry and get a better saddle with bigger knee rolls because I have knee problems.
If anyone has any comments about this wintec let me know! (:
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    08-09-2008, 05:09 AM
I have one and love the equileather, so sticky

The movable knee rolls are cool too, my sister has the wintec pro-jump saddle and that has even bigger knee rolls! They really wrap around the front of your knee if that is what you are looking for.
    08-13-2008, 01:45 PM
Yeah I tried my friends wintec pro-jump saddle and its a very lovely saddle ; im not much into the fake ; I look for the real leather, but I've gotten hooked on this one wintec, and I might, when I sell my saddle, I might go try and buy a wintec, you can't even tell that its not real leather. I just need support for my knees , something that will hold it in position, like what the wintec does.

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