Doubled Cocoa
Doubled Dark Brown
Doubled Black
Available in version SL
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  • Description
  • Features
  • Customization
  • Leather Care
This Semi-flat tree, dual flap jumping saddle has been designed with a unique larger and very comfortable seat with padded flaps that provide stability and support to the riders.

Thanks to innovative technical micro-perforations on the under flap construction, this saddle gives the rider a great ontact and has that “broken in” feeling right from the start. This saddle is available with either standard or SL Shoulder Liberty panels for horses with prominent or asymmetrical shoulders.
Double Flap.
Flaps projection:
Forward DD (-4)/ D (-2)/ B (basico)/ F (+2)/ FF (+4)
Available in two sizes for the front: Q (large size) B (small size). Available on request Velcro attachment.
Standard or SL
Leather colour
Double bull leather: Cocoa, Black, Dark Brown
Your customized saddle
The seams of the American saddle JR1 are Blue Navy in the standard version. The front and rear piping and stirrup leather loop can be customized.
Colours options for stirrup leather loops
For more information about personalization send an email to commercial@erreplus.com 
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It's recommended to treat the leather of the saddle with the Erreplus Leather Balsam, after having cleaned it with the Erreplus Leather Cleaner.
Why choose a SL panel?
Give your horse the freedom to move in harmony. A horse free to move its shoulders is a horse that performs better,
that more willingly follows the demands of the rider, that strides softly and fluidly, that faces courses and obstacles with greater confidence.
SL panels have been specially designed, together with technical experts in the field, to free the most muscular and pronounced shoulders.
This short panel completely avoids any kind of pressure at scapular level, ensuring a perfect movement of the shoulders.
All this while maintaining a large contact area on the horse.

*Not suitable for horses with prominent withers or with a fine structure