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The Right Right Stirrup Wrap™ addresses equestrian knee problems AND offers riders a non-slip, shock-absorbent surface. Designed by a surgeon and avid rider taking advantage of the ThinLine shock absorbing abilities for rider comfort. You’ll enjoy this more than you can imagine!
Jumpers, fox hunters, dressage riders, reiners, western pleasure, barrel racers- all disciplines will find comfort and value in this simple wrap. It provides you with more than just a non-slip surface for your stirrup: shock absorption protects your horse over fences and allows you to sit the gaits with reduced movement of the foot and lower leg. Use the enclosed wedges for relief of uncomfortable knee and ankle angles induced by stirrup position or just ride the wrap alone. The no-slip stirrup wrap creates welcome stability for all forms of riding.
Designed and patented by surgeon and life long equestrian Dr James Warson; use the enclosed wedges for the relief of uncomfortable knee and ankle angles induced by stirrup position. The wedges relive the angle of your joints while the shock-absorbing ThinLine material greatly reduces jarring and slip.
Shock Absorption – While sitting horses or riding in jumping position, this wrap will give you shock absorption proven to support riders and relieve joint impact.
Stability -One of the magical properties of ThinLine is how it “sticks” to your boot just enough to keep you feeling secure but never compromises intentional foot placement.
Improved Equitation – No-slip shock absorption allows riders to sit the gaits with reduced movement of the foot and lower leg.
Happier Horses – Shock absorbing wraps protect your horse on the flat and over fences by reducing jar of your weight in the stirrups.
Please leave us a note in the comment field if you prefer a different colour of wrap.
U.S. Pat. No. 8,240,113
ThinLine Tack is extremely easy to take care of. We do strongly recommend using our all-natural ThinLine Cleaners when wiping down and cleaning your ThinLine Tack. It works great for our reins, boots, girths and more. Using baby wipes or a little simple dish soap works well for quick cleans up too.
To ensure the longevity of your ThinLine Tack. It is important to keep it away from chemicals such as Show Sheen, Fly Sprays, Leather Oils, etc. This can cause the ThinLine foam to harden. Be certain to clean thoroughly if they come in contact. If you are conditioning a leather portion of ThinLine Tack, we recommend using a paste-like style to control the application.