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Freejump® Spur'One Round End Spurs

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Freejump® Spur'One Round End Spurs

This pair of Freejump® Spur'One Round End spurs creates a secure, stable fit against your riding boots to ensure precision application of aids.

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Item #: X1-25350
$79.00
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Freejump® Spur'One Round End spurs feature a revolutionary design that makes them extremely lightweight, super-comfortable to wear and provide a perfect fit against riding boots. The rigidity of Spur'One’s outer branch and the first third of its inner branch allow it to be positioned perfectly on the boot and next to the side of the horse. The innovative articulation of Spur'One makes it possible to maintain this rigidity, ensuring precision while offering an incomparable comfort thanks to the immediate adjustment of the spur to the width of the boot.

Spur'One is a smart choice for any amateur and competition rider. Technical features include:

  • Articulated internal branch for an immediate and effortless adjustment of the spur to the width of the rider’s boot.
  • Carbon fiber body for lightness and rigidity, ensuring ideal spur adjustment.
  • Elastollan inner over-molding for a powerful grip and stability on the rider’s boot.
  • An angled and profiled aperture for spur straps, allowing ergonomic positioning of the strap on the bridge of the rider’s foot.

The Spur'One design also helps prevent the spur from slipping and reduces the chance of pressure points on the rider’s feet. 15mm neck. Pair.


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About Spurs
Spurs are considered artificial riding aids. Most spurs for the English riding disciplines come in durable stainless steel. Some premium quality spurs are made of German silver, an alloy of copper, nickel and zinc. A few brands of contemporary spurs are made of composite or polymer materials.

Metal spurs can be polished for shine. Spurs with branches covered in rubber are designed to protect boots leather from scuffing and wear.

The "neck" of a spur is the part that sticks out from the back. The neck may have a "tip" that is blunt, rounded or a roller made of metal, rubber or plastic.

Note: if you plan to compete in spurs, be sure to check the governing rules of your event to ensure compliance with length and shape.

We recommend you ask a trainer if unsure on what type of spur is suitable for your horse and level of work.

Types of Spur Straps
Leather: Classic looking; can be cut to length, and extra holes may be punched.

Braided nylon: Durable, woven nylon won't scratch boots and allows precise tightening through the weave instead of holes.

Rubber: Won't scratch your boots, stays put and rinses off easily.