Horse Stirrup Irons & Leathers | Saddlery | Equestrian Equipment
Stirrup irons play an important role in equestrian saddlery. They are mainly used as an aid for riders in mounting their horse, but also serve as a support while riding. Stirrups are typically constructed with materials such as: carbon fibers, polymers, aircraft aluminum, or steel. They are attached to the saddle using stirrup leathers, which are also known as webbings.
Stirrup leathers are most commonly made with polyester or nylon webbings that are coated with resistant materials such as: synthetic leathers, genuine leathers, biothane, and beta materials. By constructing this product with these materials, we are ensuring our customers with top of the line durability.
Our leathers that are constructed with synthetic leathers are available for purchase in a broad variety of colors and measurements. Our irons are also available in a wide range of shapes, colors, and sizes, ensuring that you will be able to find the right ones for you.