Manufacturer: King Series
Model: Synthetic Western Trail Saddle
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Ebay, $225 new, looking for a synthetic light weight saddle for trail riding.
Likes: It is synthetic and light weight.
Dislikes: This saddle is a serious piece of junk. Glued pieces coming apart. VERY uncomfortable seat with a ridge that digs into your inner thigh. I rode about 2 miles and was in so much pain I dismounted and walked the remaining mile back to the rig. (No I am not a wuss, it was THAT bad). Stirrups are like cheap Tijuana suede, wouldn't trust them for a minute.
Summary: So sorry I bought this saddle and wasted the money. Turned around and bought an Abetta Chisholm for $400 that is PERFECT. The King Series Synthetic Trail Saddle will be used for saddle training the colts - since I don't care in the least if it gets covered with mud or trampled. I would give it a 0 rating if that was available.
Author: Kim LaSavio
Usefulness Rating: 2.88889 out of 5.
9 reader(s) voted.
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