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Used Stubben D Aramis II Dressage Saddle, Deluxe 18/30cm #187 Black

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Original price $3,295.00 - Original price $3,295.00
Original price
$3,295.00
$3,295.00 - $3,295.00
Current price $3,295.00
SKU 17695
Stubben Aramis II Dressage Saddle Deluxe Leather 18/30cm  #187
D582223

The Aramis II is captivating with its reserved elegance and emphasizes the beauty of the horse. It owes it’s slender appearance to the narrow flap and the absence of superfluous material.

As standard, it has a seamless seat, which means that the leather of the saddle seat is free of any interruptions and promises particularly comfortable riding pleasure. A large part of the unique sitting comfort of the Aramis II is due to the new knee pads. These are particularly elegant around the high and short blocks, allowing the knees to lie freely. Since the saddle nestles up perfectly to the horse and rider right from the start, it does not take long to break in and is immediately ready for demanding dressage exercises. The Aramis II is predestined for the large arena as well as for ambitious dressage hobby riders

Flap Length 17"

Flap Width 13"

BLACK with Metallic Rose Magic Tack cantle inlay.

Retails new at $4,595.




Important Stubben Tree Information:
27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, XW what does it mean? The cm numbering system Stubben uses identifies the width of the tree from the bottom of the tree points. The goal is to select the correct tree width so that the angle of the tree points match the angle of your horse's back. It doesn't help to take the typical measurement from wool dots to wool dots on a Stubben because the width remains the same as long as the model of the saddle is the same. This allows for proper wither clearance in every tree width. For this reason you will notice in our photos that we are taking the general tree width measurement lower than normal. Please note this is only a guide to help you determine what size tree you need if you are comparing it to a saddle you already have. This measurement will NOT actually correspond to the cm of tree.