Equestrian saddles for men are all about comfort during the ride. Men riders require more comfort than women, thus there is a high demand for the best equestrian saddles. Durability and maximum control are a requirement in selecting the best saddle.
- Pessoa Grained Leather A/O Pro Saddle. This saddle was made with the comfort of men in mind. It is built to last and offers the new and improved XCH System, which provides a medium tree width gullet. They also feature a high density Bayflex seat which is soft, but not too bouncy. There is a hidden stitch that can't be torn which adds to the length of wear and tear. The knee rolled English leather also provides the best in comfort and longevity.
- Ovation Klimke II Pro XCH Dressage Saddle. Ovation finally made a saddle with the XCH Interchangeable gullet system. Designed by Olympic gold medalist Dr. Reiner Klimke, he understands what a man needs in equestrian comfort. This saddle is not only comfortable, but it helps with maintaining balance for the rider and the horse. It has contour panels which do not inhibit the horses shoulder movements during a ride as well.
- Anky XL Remy Carriet Edition. This saddle has been known as the most luxurious saddle made by Anky. It boasts the AMS synthetic wool-flocked panel system. This allows for comfort for the rider as well as the horse. It is made up of the finest in leather which, worn with men's sueded pants, makes a perfect riding combination.
- Bates Innova Dressage Saddle. For equestrian riders everywhere, this saddle is one of the most groundbreaking in the world. It was designed anatomically correct in order to match the legs of the riders. For men, this is extraordinary in order to maintain comfort and agility. The seat supports optimal positioning and the Stirrup Keeper offers the assurance of amazing and unmatched engineering.
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