Return postage must be tracked & insured to the full value of the stirrups.
You are responsible for the return postage cost & ensuring they are received back.
Returns must be sent within 10 days of receiving the stirrups.
The stirrups must be returned in the same condition as you received them.
If the stirrups are damaged you will incur the cost of either fixing or replacing them.
If the trial pair are out of stock just drop Laura an email to go on the waiting list: [email protected]
About the Classic Soft Up stirrups:
I am delighted to introduce our new brand of stirrups Freejump. Designed for optimum shock absorbancy, these stirrups help protect your joints & your horse’s back.
The angle of the bars & tread help put your foot & leg in the correct position against your horses side, as well as increasing your lower leg stability.
Improved shock-absorption ability. Reduces the strain on each stirrup by two-thirds and relieves pressure on the rider’s joints and the horse’s back, thanks to the branch’s new geometry. 3 times more cushioning than a traditional stirrup.
Centre of gravity is set towards the front. This causes a backwards movement of the tread which encourages the rider to keep their heels down.
Wide carbon tread, tilted studs: a supporting surface that is 12% bigger alleviates the pressure points on the arch of the foot.
1. Open eye / suitable for use with freejump’s single-strap stirrup leathers.
2. 9 treated studs (worn studs can be replaced)
3. Spring steel branch overmoulded with an elastomer
4. Flexible outer branch (can be replaced if damaged)
5. Extra-wide carbon tread
6. Cover (can be replaced if damaged)
7. Grip (worn grips can be replaced)
FLEXIBLE OUTER BRANCH
Designed to make it easier to release the foot in the event of a fall, the flexible outer branches open up under pressure from the foot.
Studs: based on the technology used for downhill mountain biking pedals, the steel studs are designed to provide an extremely effective grip without causing wear to the soles.
OFFSET CENTRE OF GRAVITY
The stirrup’s eye, positioned further forward in comparison to the tread, means that the centre of gravity is offset – this encourages the rider to keep their heels down.
SINGLE-BRANCH TECHNOLOGY # CLASSIC
Freejump’s many years of experience and R&D of single-branch stirrups have allowed them to identify the maximum stress that a stirrup can withstand – from impact and from fatigue. Our overmoulded, single-branch stirrups made from steel have been developed to respond to these levels of stress. Single-branch technology reduces the strain on each stirrup by two-thirds and relieves pressure on the rider’s joints and the horse’s back.