Manufacturer: Wintec (View all products by Wintec)
Model: pro jumping (View all Pro Jump Saddle reviews)
Category: Jumping Saddles
Purchase: Well i bought a wintec pro jumping saddle a year back for $200. It was a good beginning saddle, but as i started jumping 3'6 i couldn't hold my position anymore.
Likes: I didn't really like anything about it besides its cheap and you can just hose it down.
Dislikes: I hated everything about this saddle! I found it so hard to post, jump, and sit the canter it would rub my upper thigh raw!
Quality: Made cheap stitching is horrible the button on the top of the saddle that says wintec on it falls off very easy!
Summary: Horrible saddle I feel bad for anybody stuck with this saddle! I would never recommend this saddle to anybody! Don't think just because of the interchangeble gullet its good!
Usefulness Rating: 3 out of 5.
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