|kitten_Val ||06-10-2012 01:12 PM |
It looks cute. I wonder how expensive it is (because if it's cheap I suspect it's a low quality one).
|WesternBella ||06-10-2012 01:45 PM |
Those are all over the Internet, there are US made ones by riders choice on eBay.
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|kitten_Val ||06-11-2012 07:22 AM |
Yeah, I agree here. Or look into the used one but a good brand.
|equiniphile ||06-11-2012 09:27 AM |
While pretty, the construction is going to be crap at that price. Save a little more and spend it on a quality used saddle. Your horse will be much happer and it will hold up much longer.
|MHFoundation Quarters ||06-11-2012 09:34 AM |
I went to a tack auction awhile back and they had racks & racks of double T saddles, the quality was atrocious. The leather quality was akin to cardboard. Most of them went for less than a hundred bucks new, they couldn't have paid me to take one home. I think companies like them target new owners or those on a budget and don't care in the least about making a quality product.
As others have said, look for a quality used saddle. That saddle is listed at $400 new, there are good used ones to be had for that. I picked up a vintage Billy Cook for a student several months ago for less and it's a darn nice saddle.
|Saddlebag ||06-11-2012 01:23 PM |
The Double T's, despite the claims of being US made, are NOT, It's just their line of BS.
|silverdollarmagic ||06-11-2012 11:22 PM |
As others have said they are very poor quality saddles. For that price you can get a name brand, well made, used saddle that will last you for years.
|Casey02 ||06-12-2012 07:38 PM |
Your horse wont think it "looks" nice on him lol. I would pass on that saddle, looks are about all you willl get from it. Its made very poor, i havent figured out yet why they are allowed to sell cheap saddles :/
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