Herm Sprenger Original System 4-F Stirrups have special treads that adapt to your foot for consistent contact. These Herm Sprenger stirrups pivot in four directions for comfort, improved performance and to allow the flexibility that alleviates tension and pain in the leg joints.
The Herm Sprenger Offset Eye Stirrup helps the rider keep the stirrup footbed on the ball of the foot. Because it eliminates stirrup leather twisting, this offset stirrup design also helps with quick recovery of a lost iron.
Premium quality Herm Sprenger Fillis Stirrup Irons have weighted bottoms and high-quality rubber grip pads. Pair.
Intec UMS 6-Way Stirrups have a design that allows them to flex in any direction and helps to absorb impact to alleviate knee pain. The pair includes a set each of traditional rubber and metal grate pads.
Jin Stirrups are lightweight and offer exceptional stability. Made of high quality aluminum, each stirrup weighs 350 grams or 3/4 of a pound. Already a popular choice among many of Europe's top show jumpers. Made in Italy.
Kinko Stirrups by the makers of the original Jin Stirrups feature lightweight aluminum construction and a slightly smaller branch design. A slight angle to the footbed, combined with the grated tread, helps provide traction.
The versatile Peacock Fillis Stirrup is made of stainless steel with a heavy rubber band composing one branch.
Weighing just 200 grams each, Royal Rider Original Stirrups are made of high-tech DuPont® Technopolymer which absorb shocks and tension without addung bulk. These lightweight stirrups come with two sets of pads.
Complete with two set of treads, Shires Lightweight Interchangeable Stirrups offer versatility and stability. These stirrup irons are designed with a wide footbed design. The ridged rubber tread is ideal for general purpose riding. The metal grated tread is perfect when extra grip is desired. 4 3/4". Pair.
In lightweight aluminum, Stübben STEELtec Maxi Grip Stirrups features ergonomically-formed, grated footbeds for security and grip. These Stübben stirrups also have a slightly angled branch to help keep foot and leg in the ideal position.