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Friday, June 12, 2009

Stirrup Placement FAIL

Wow, this sucker looks uncomfortable. My knees (and my eyes) hurt just looking at it.


15 comments:

  1. YUCK and who could ride this comfortably...a contortionist?

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  2. Now how the hell are you going to ride in that thing? Oh I know, two are in the saddle and the stirrups are for the one in the back!

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  3. LOL....my hips started crying just looking at this.......

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  4. Speechless...(not really, as you see)
    Wish we could have a follow up...see if anyone buys the thing? Their poor chiropractor.

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  5. wow. Stupid but at least not cruel like some of the recent items posted.

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  6. Sandycreek -- that's exactly what I was thinking. :o)

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  7. Now who would have ever thought that was a good idea?

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  8. did it just slip back or something (I know some of my model saddles can do this, making it easier to cinch up). I'm hoping it's just that they forgot to move it back forward and it's not actually build in that far back. Maybe it's for an abnormally large person who sits very far back in the seat...

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  9. I believe it could be fixed by sliding it forward on the bars of the tree. Still if it shifts back like that it's dangerous.

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  10. B-A-D. Clearly some cheapo saddle made by someone in a far off land who has never seen let alone sat on a horse.

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  11. ARGH. Hard enough to get the kidlets sitting up with their legs UNDER them - not in front or behind 'em.

    Maybe... just maybe... it's a Hero Saddle, cuz the Damsel in Distress fits in front??

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  12. Just a good example of cheap foreign crap being passed off on the unsuspecting newbe

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  13. With the CRAPTASTIC saddle, you will NEVER have to worry about a chair seat ever again! It can be yours for only $199.99 (plus shipping and handling)

    saddlemaycauseseverehipandkneesoreness,fallingforwardandisnotsuitabletothosewithbalanceissuesortheelderly.

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