Overshoe stirrup featuring a hoof pick pocket. The internal measurements are 5 ½ inches wide and 6 ¾ inches in height. This overshoe stirrup is roughout leather covered. The tread is 4 inches and has a roughout cover that is leather laced.
These are STT bucking rolls made of double leather that is double stitched. They feature holes to be used when connecting them to the fork screws on your saddle and leather strings. The strings allow more flexibility when installing your bucking rolls. Colors may vary.
These are regular cutting fenders with ‘turns’. They are made from roughout or slickout leather available with or without oil. They have 2 ½ stirrup leathers, Blevins buckle, and Blevins buckle sleeve.
Roper stirrup with a 4 inch tread. This stirrup is covered in stitched roughout leather. The tread is 4 inches wide and also roughout covered. The roughout tread cover has leather lacing. The internal width is 5 inches and the height is 6 inches.
Stirrups with 3 inch tread. The tread is leather covered. These stirrups are rawhide covered and the rawhide is laced. These are roper stirrups.
These bell stirrups are composed of hand-formed rawhide around wood and iron. Hand-cut and stitched rawhide lacing secures the stirrup. Great for any type of riding.
American made offset stirrup by Don Orrell. This is an offset stirrup made of red cedar. The tread is 3 inches and leather covered. The width is 5 ¼ inches and the height is 5 ½ inches.
Offset stirrups offer the rider an advantage in events that require hard stops and slides, such as reining and cutting. The Offset style adjusts the position of your foot to aid in keeping your toes up and heels down while riding. They are also a favorite for those who typically have knee or hip pain with other types of stirrups.
Nettles “The Duke” petite stirrups have 2 inch leather covered treads. This stirrup is 5 inched wide and 4 ¼ inches tall. “The Duke” stirrups are an upgrade and replacement for Nettles all-purpose stirrups. This stirrup has a flat bottom and is made in Texas.