EDIX Tudor Saddle $1795
With leathers, stirrups and Merino wool Uni pad $1995
A beautifully designed complete English soft tree dressage saddle, made from soft and supple high-quality Turkish calf leather and soft leather panels filled with synthetic wool and a wide cushion channel for free movement of the spine and correct pressure distribution. A leg support that is perfectly tailored to the rider can simply be positioned differently in the nicely hidden pockets. The variety of knee rolls available can easily be changed or positioned due to the strong Velcro attachment. The complete combination consists of the dressage saddle, leather stirrup straps, a pair of high-quality German steel flex safety stirrups and a beautifully designed 8-pocket Merino lambskin saddle cover.
The EDIX Tudor is called a soft-tree saddle because the saddle is more structured, compared to many other treeless saddles, yet the EDIX Tudor dressage saddle is technically still a completely treeless saddle due to the lack of a solid tree. The EDIX soft tree saddles are made up of various flexible soft shock-absorbing layers and panels filled with synthetic wool, which fully adapt to the anatomy and posture of the horse. Thanks to this construction, the EDIX® Tudor dressage saddle offers the rider a narrow twist and balanced seat and still offers great flexibility and room for the spine for movements of the horse.
The front gussets have a stabilizing built-in strap and are quilted for an extremely stable position of the saddle. With a replaceable iron head system and the option to refill the cushions, the EDIX Tudor dressage saddle is easy to adjust when your horse changes anatomy due to growth and / or muscle development through training. In addition, there is the possibility to (temporarily) support the saddle position and / or to correct it with a special treeless 8-pocket saddle cover in which the horse and rider have inserts.
The EDIX Y-girth attachment consists of 2 front girth bumps and a third Y-girth bump, together they ensure that the girth can be attached in several ways, so that, depending on the horse's construction, an ideal stable fixation of the saddle is achieved.