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HT336472A
17 1/2" Albion SLK Ultima Low Head Dressage with a Medium Tree
Tree: This medium tree measures out true to the stamped size. Seat: The deep seat is officially a 17 1/2" but does measure and sit a little big, as is typical of newer models in this brand. It sits like it is in between 17 1/2" and 18". This saddle was ordered with the narrower seat base, which comes also with a more narrow twist. I would call the twist moderate-narrow. Flaps: The flaps are Albion's standard length for this saddle, measuring just over 17 1/4" from the stirrup bar down. On our scale and comparing to a lot of other brands this is just slightly long. For full details or to order a trial of this saddle copy and paste the following link into your browser window: http://www.fine-used-saddles.com/catalog.htm?Iit=1870&Ict=1
Status:Available
Saddle Type:English
Brand:Albion
Year:2010
New/Used:Used
Length:17.5
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 1,799
Location:Houston, TX 77084
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