Monkey Nose Leather Tapaderos built on iron flat bottom oxbow stirrup. The tread is 1 ½ inch wide and leather covered. Monkey Nose Leather Tapaderos are widely used by working ranch cowboys because they protect your feet from mesquite thorns, cactus, heavy brush, and other hazards.
The same Monkey Nose design that has faithfully protected cowboys from the thick brush for generations is a great option for young cowboys and cowgirls as well. The covered front prevents the riders foot from being able to go all the way through the stirrup, making it a safer option than regular stirrups. A rider is less likely to be dragged with tapaderos. The internal stirrup is a flat bottom oxbow with a 1½ inch tread. These are youth sized, but made to the same standards as adult Tapaderos.
Rawhide tapaderos built on wooden flat bottom stirrups. The 3 ½ inch wide tread is leather covered. The rawhide these tapaderos are made from is rawhide laced. These are strong and lightweight tapaderos designed to protect you from heavy brush, cactus, mesquite thorns, and other hazards.
These aluminum stirrups by Martin Saddlery feature a 2" rubber tread.
Two padded pockets to hold your essentials. Hook-and-loop straps attach around pommel for maximum security. Buckled straps help hold bags in place. Horn opening is big enough to fit the large horns on roping saddles. Also attaches to no horn saddles. Camera/phone pocket and mesh trash compartment. 7” w x 8” h x 3-1/2” d.
Set of six South Texas Tack screwback conchos featuring a copper floral scallion design.