Model: Hackabout Treeless Saddle
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: Libra website $500
Likes: After taking the treeless plunge with my Bob Marshall SS I was looking for a second saddle for my young Arab whom I am training/conditioning for endurance when I stumbled upon Libra. I was a little hesitant at first believing you get what you pay for. I was pleasantly surprised once I started riding in this saddle. Super comfy, decent looking (not cheap looking) it is synthetic which I prefer as I rather be riding than cleaning tack. Overall a super buy, I have only had about a month so I am not sure how it will handle the wear and tear but so far so good and well worth the money for both my horse and I.
Quality: Pretty well made and of decent quality materials for the money.
Summary: Great deal for the money. Mine came with pad and girth. You cant come close to the price with some of the other more popular treeless saddles. I would buy again
Usefulness Rating: 2.75 out of 5.
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