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Tucker Old West Trail Saddle

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Tucker Old West Trail Saddle

Availability: In stock

$1,160.00
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Availability: In stock

$1,160.00

Quick Overview:

The ultimate in trail saddles! Tucker saddles are known for all day long comfort and quality leather. Ride in style with the Tucker Old West.

Details

The Old West Trail Saddle has the same quality and comfort you expect in a Tucker saddle together with the appealing classic look of days gone by. The Old West saddle is unique in the Tucker line with double skirting, a 2" stirrup leather over the fender, rope roll swell front, slotted silver conchos with black strings, a two-piece seat jockey and a black seat. The Old West saddle is western dee rigged and has 3” tread leather lace bell bottom stirrups. Ride the west in comfort in the Old West Trail Saddle. Tucker Saddelry's Gel-Cush Shock Absorbing Seat provides trail riders with Ultimate Trail Comfort. Tucker begins the saddle seat construction by building into the tree a ground seat that gives with a rider's weight. Unlike other saddle brands, Tucker's flexible ground seat, when attached to the patented Durahide tree, creates a foundation unequaled in comfort for long hours in the saddle. The saddle craftsman then adds the latest in comfort gel technology to the ground seat. Tucker's Gel-Cush Shock Absorbing Seat is not susceptible to heat or cold, and there is nothing to ooze or leak out. It is a superior material that adds minimal weight to the finished saddle. All the components together make a Tucker Trail saddle unequaled in comfort. Specifications: * Seat size: 16.5 * Tree: Wide (full bar) * Color: golden * Hardware: chrome * Rigging: Adjustable position close contact inskirt front rigging with western, * Swell Width: 14 1/2" * Cantle Height: 5" * Horn Size: 3" Neck * Skirt Size: 24 1/2" * Fenders: Western * Weight: Approximately 25 lbs.

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