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Florac 2.0


The lightest and most sporting saddle in our range. It is the ultimate outcome of the quest for balance of the horse/rider pair.


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The lightest and most sporting saddle in our range. It is the ultimate outcome of the quest for balance of the horse/rider pair.

The rider can effortlessly alternate between the sitting position and standing in the stirrups balanced over the horse, thereby distributing the bearing points over the horse's back without excessively loading the forehand.
The efforts exerted are in synergy, postponing fatigue including at the end of a 160-km race.
The exclusive carbon tree makes this saddle lightweight, compact and precisely contoured so as to be very close to the horse and reduce rider's interference with the horse's natural mechanics to a
minimum.
The seat and flap are made from a single piece ofleather (finest quality calfskin), seamlessly fitted (no joins), offering extreme comfort and closer contact with the horse, good lengthening of the leg and proper positioning of the pelvis.

Perforated leather for light weight and optimum evacuation of perspiration - Biothane girth strap for relief and strength (stretching , abrasion, water) - Pommel refined , lighter weight and maximum contact - 3D textile panels for increased comfort and lightness

In order to better adjust your saddle, we need several information

  1. The size of the rider for the adjustment of the quarters

  2. Weight for seat size

  3. The foot size to choose the stirrups

  4. The height of the horse's withers

  5. The horse's chest

  6. The thoracic perimeter, you must take measure of the chest of your horse starting from the base of the withers and following the passage of the strap.

       Le tour de poitrine du cheval pour Gaston Mercier

And some pictures ...

  1. A picture of the horse in profile

  2. A picture of the horse's back, still in profile and close-up

  3. A 3/4 photo forward to see the horse's back line, shoulder thickness and shoulder

Comment mesurer votre selle ?

Comment mesurer votre selle ?

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