Manufacturer: Abetta (View all products by Abetta)
Model: Endurance Saddle (View all Endurance Saddle reviews)
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Bought an Abetta endurance saddle from buytack.com three weeks ago. I was replacing an old leather hand-me-down western saddle I'd been using for years. The Abetta cost me $360 plus the girth, $20.
Likes: It is the best saddle I have ever ridden on! Light, comfortable, easy to clean, and good looking! I live in a HOT climate so the lightness is much appreciated by my horse.
Quality: Well constructed. High quality. Easy to maintain. I hose the saddle off after a ride and it looks like new the next time I use it. Not time consuming to maintain like a leather saddle. Soft enough that I can ride in shorts w/ out brush burns. A huge plus!
Summary: Highly recommended for riders who want comfort, lightness, and easy keep!
Author: Key West Gal
Usefulness Rating: 2.75 out of 5.
4 reader(s) voted.
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