CLEANING & TIPS
Dyed saddles may be treated with a mild leather oil or saddle soap.
Smooth endurance leather saddle seats may be cleaned with saddle soap or wiped with mild soap and water.
Oiled saddles may be treated with a mild leather oil or saddle soap
approximately once every 6 months.
Australian wax should be used for saddles that have been colored using stain.
Suede seats may be brushed to clean, or if suede is worn down, a light grade sandpaper may be used to bring suede texture back, then go over with a brush (Horse grooming brushes are excellent for this).
1/2" - 1" Pads are recommended for use with SS saddles.
It is recommended to keep sleeves covering stirrup strap buckles if saddle has straps only (no fenders).
It is not recommended to store your saddle standing up with horn on the ground and a heavy saddle pad hanging over the back skirt.
Do not try to fold your saddle in half, this will result in a seat crease and will require pad replacement to repair.
10% Discount on all saddle repairs
Now through February 2nd 2020!
Contact us if you're interested in having your Sports Saddle repaired.
$30 • New Chaps
$50 • Cleaning
$50 • Horn Repair
$50 • Rigging Re-Sewn
$60 • Re-Stain/Dye
$250 • Seat Reinforcement
$350 • Cantle Replacement
$450 • Pommel Replacement
$400 • Rigging Replacement
$800 • Complete Pad Replacement