Manufacturer: Circle S Saddlery (View all products by Circle S)
Model: 2004 (View all 2004 reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: I bought my saddle from Ruff's Saddle Shop and I paid $450 for it.
Likes: The saddle is a good quality saddle. It has all stainless steel hardware and a bullhide covered hardwood tree. The saddle has a 5 year warranty on it. It is the most comfortable saddle I have. It is hand made and fits on my horse very well. You can't beat the price either. For the price you get a really good quality saddle.
Dislikes: The only thing I don't like about it is the fact that it weighs over 30 pounds, but that's mainly because of the hardwood tree. It's not really a bad thing.
Quality: The construction of the saddle is very good. There weren't any loose ends or anything falling apart. It is a well made saddle.
Summary: You get a good quality well made saddle for half the price of other name brand saddles. Well worth the money.
Usefulness Rating: 4.63265 out of 5.
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