Manufacturer: Tex Tan
Category: Trail Saddles
Purchase: My husband bought me the Addison for my birthday from a Tex Tan dealer located in Marriottsville, Maryland. He paid around $700.00 for it, brand new.
Likes: The quality is amazing. The stirrups are wide, leather, and very comfortable. No more leg, back, foot, and knee fatigue! The seat is suede, and it keeps you in place. My butt used to hurt after long rides, but doesn't at all in the Addison. I can stay out on the trail even longer. The chocolate color is beautiful, and the detailing is unique. He also bought the matching headstall and reins. I love the whole package. It's great for ringwork too. Not big and bulky like other trail saddles. Only weighs 26 lbs.
Dislikes: Haven't found anything I don't like about it.
Quality: Excellent quality and construction. Easy to care for.
Summary: I would recommend this saddle to anyone. Comfy and light!
Usefulness Rating: 2 out of 5.
5 reader(s) voted.
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