Traditional stirrup leathers come with buckles, creating an uncomfortable lump under the rider's thigh. Wintec Webbers connect your stirrups with your saddle without the buckle lumps, allowing you closer contact with your horse. This particularly benefits dressage riders, but can make horse-riding more comfortable for everyone. Wintec Webbers work with the English-style stirrup, which is made of metal and has a hole at the top. The leather of Wintec Webbers goes through the hole at the top of each stirrup.
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Place your saddle on your horse's back or a saddle stand. Lift up one side of the saddle skirt to reveal the metal stirrup strap.
Slip the loop at one end of the Wintec Webber over the stirrup strap.
Thread the end of the Wintec Webber with the T-shaped metal insert through the hole at the top of your English-style stirrup.
Twist the little T-shaped metal insert so the end runs perpendicular to the length of the leather.
Poke the little T-shaped metal insert through one of the holes along the Wintec Webber, depending on the length you want.
Twist the T-shaped metal insert by 90 degrees so the bar turns to a horizontal position. This locks the stirrup into place.
Pull the stirrup down so it hangs at the bottom of the Wintec Webber leather.
Repeat with the other side, adjusting the leather to the same length.
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