Equibrand

Equibrand Seat Shrinker Leather

Item# SSHRINKER
4.95
$119.99
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The Seat Shrinker by Equibrand is made of quality chap leather with a felt filling. Straps help hold the Shrinker securely to the cantle. The leather is durable, comfortable and practical. This seat shrinker pad will allow for a more secure feel in the saddle for kids and adults that need a smaller seat size. Make using your saddle a breeze with this easy on/off seat shrinker!

Product Details:
  • Chap leather
  • Straps to hold secure to the cantle
  • Durable and comfortable
  • Easy to take on and off

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.95

(based on 7 reviews)

By
MN
April 12, 2016
5.05
"I love it. It is just the size and fit I needed. Its comfortable. Fits my saddle perfect and just what I needed to keep me in the saddle vs buying a new saddle."
By
NY
April 12, 2016
5.05
"Perfect answer to shrinking a seat size and it looks fabulous!"
By
MN
April 12, 2016
5.05
"I love the seat shrinkrt. It is made of high quality leather. Fits my saddle perfecly. It is just the amount of leather so I dont have to buy I new saddle. I am very satisfied."
By
MT
April 12, 2016
4.05
"The only issue I am having is getting it to stay in place. I think I need to get it tightened better, so may need a pair of pliers to pull it tight enough. Very well made and like it, but it has fallen out several times while nephew has been riding."
By
NM
April 12, 2016
5.05
"Good quality leather,choice of colors, one side is a brown, and other side is black. secure, stays in place if attached correctly. Shurnk seat size by 1-1/2 inches. Put my seat in center of saddle where I wanted to be. Only thing I was not happy about was the price, pricey for what to get. But Big Dee has the best price of anyone. They seem to run about $90.00 to $100.00 at other sites. I really think the item is over priced , Dees is about $65.00, so better priced. I use this on a tucker trail saddle. I think this item is for western or tucker saddles. Dont know about English."