PRO GRIP stirrups leathers, a maximum GRIP maximum for training and competition
FREEJUMP’s stirrup leathers single strap and extra-wide design provide unbeatable riding comfort and the guarantee that the FREEJUMP stirrup leathers will not twist. The upper part enables an even more precise adjustment of the length than conventional stirrup leathers thanks to the use of « biothane » material on the back of the upper part of the leathers; the biothane reinforces the upper part of the leathers allowing more holes in the same short distance (30 holes instead of 20 as found on conventional leathers).
The new PRO GRIP offering:
- Leathers internal grip for a truly gripping effect to the saddle ;
- As a result, the stirrups are in a more stable position ;
- No grip necessary between the boots (or chaps) and the couple leathers/saddle, limiting the secondary effects of boots glue, and allowing the legs to remain free in their movements ;
- Grip mounted on a velcro strap for an easy replacement ;
- Leathers supplied also with a leather strap (mounted on velcro) with no grip;
- Special rubber material with a surface for maximum desired grip ;
3 sizes to choose from depending on the rider’s body height:
S <5′ / 5′< M <5’9″ L >5’9″
The product selected in September 2015 at the SPOGA international equestrian industry innovative products of the year.
PRO GRIP stirrups leathers, a vegetal leather
Most of the time heavy metals such as chromium are used in the manufacturing of leathers. These harmful products are often discharged by the tanneries to nearby rivers, causing serious pollution of water and soil. Vegetal leather is tanned … with active vegetal components.
Vegetal tanned leather is friendlier to the environment and is also less harmful to the health of those who produce it and the end users’. Vegetal tanned leather does not trigger allergies. Vegetal tanning is used particularly for orthopedics, for saddles, and horse tacks (horses can also be allergic!). And you will often find some in the lining of your shoes.
Vegetal tanned leather has natural shades with deeper and more nuanced hues. It has a distinctive identity with its warmer feel and differences from the skin to skin. This leather will patina over time and improve as a good wine!