The Cheshire Polo Saddle


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The Cheshire County Polo Saddle.
Stunning modern design combined with total rider comfort make this a fantastic choice for any polo player at any level.

Very strong, English made tree with, reinforced gullet and stirrup bars, for total strength and safety.

Square cantle by default but choose round cantle if preferred.
Several leather options include Buffalo(last photo), Nubuck(see info below) and Suede. £POA
Panels are Latex (last photograph) or Wool Flocked (Photo’s 1 & 3) on request. But we will advise on best option once we see the horses conformation.
Sizes up to 20″ including half sizes.
Flaps can be made straighter or more forward cut, than in the photos, on request.
Seat options are Suede, Elk or Scrumph leather.
Colours are available are Black, London Tan or Dark Havana Brown.
We always add point and balance straps to all of our saddles when the saddles fit is Medium or wider at no extra cost.
The piping around the seat can be White,Black or Brown and you can have any colour piping/saddle combination.
Nubuck info……..

Nubuck is a type of leather with a soft, velvety surface and is some of the most expensive leather to purchase.
Unlike suede, nubuck leather is far more durable and is excellent for use on items like saddles because it will last much longer than suede.

It’s easy to get confused about whether a leather item is nubuck or suede since both look and feel similar. Both types of leather are sanded to produce the velvet soft feel that is so desirable. The main difference is that nubuck is sanded on the outer surface of the leather, essentially the part that would have been the exterior skin of the animal, while suede is sanded on the inner layer of the skin.Since the outside layer of a skin is much tougher, nubuck lasts much longer and responds very well to this sanding process. It does show imperfections in the exterior layer of the skin much more easily, and is often treated with dyes, sometimes simply clear ones, to disguise any significant flaws. The sanding process can create further imperfections when not done correctly, so nubuck may be color-treated to hide these too.

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