Sedgwick stirrup butts measure approximately 155 x 60cm (5' x 2') but please remember that leather is a natural product an no two pieces will be exactly the same size.
The Butts are priced by the pair but are sold individually by ordering 0.5pair.
We make every attempt to give an accurate colour representation but variations in screen type and browser mean that if exact colour is of high importance, physical samples should be requested.
Traditional English Stirrup Leather made by J & E Sedgwick is produced through many different kinds of processes.
The processes involve hard work and dedication from the hand setting skills of the currier. Stirrup leather needs to be strong. It has to withstand the ‘shock’ load from a rider. This is most important when safety of the rider and horse is involved.
Our Stirrup Leather is impregnated in molten fat to increase the tensile strength of the leather by around 25%. This is a most delicate operation where temperature of the molten fat has to be precise at all costs to maintain the life and condition of the fibre structures of the leather.
A total of 6 weeks alone is dedicated to making the stirrup butts.
Strength and reassurance is our main goal in making this leather and we are confident that the leather will cope with the strains of every day riding.
Available in a variety of colours.
5.0 / 5.2 mm
Manufacturer: J & E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd More Info