Monoflap in the hunt ring?

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Monoflap Saddle in hunt ring?

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  1. stardozer

    stardozer Full Member

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    I personally think that the saddle is cheaply made but I really don’t get the two strap thing. I would just get a normal huntseat saddle for hunter/jumper but that’s just my personal opinion.
     
  2. txgray

    txgray Senior Member

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    This is definitely a very cheaply made, poor quality saddle, and it isn't even a monoflap. Monoflap = ONE flap. This is just a dual flap with two girthing options (which is dumb, at best).

    I love my monoflap, and strongly disagree with whoever said that they're pointless for jumping saddles. I love the very close contact feel and lighter weight of mine, and no I do not have to dismount to tighten the girth.

    That said, I would not touch this saddle with a 10' pole.
     
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  3. SunnyCideBay

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    It also doesn't look very safe. I say this because the stitching is wavy. WTH!
     
  4. draftmare

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    I would say that saddle is questionable at best, and dangerous at worse. As many have said you would be better off getting a high quality used saddle vs a low quality new saddle.
     
  5. stardozer

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