This saddle comes with upgraded tooling and Supple Ride Leather options.
Tucker Saddlery has added to its popular Gen II® trail saddles the new Gen II® Bayou Plantation. It has all the same great features of the Gen II® saddles with the styling of the original Tucker River Plantation. With eye catching style and the Gen II® comfort features for horse and rider, the new Gen II® Bayou Plantation is another great choice for trail riders.
The Tucker Gen II® saddles have taken the trail riding world by storm with the unique comfort features built into each saddle. Horse and rider both appreciate the innovative features Tucker builds into each Gen II® saddle. The MicroCell™ ventilating seat leather covers the Tucker Gel-Cush™ Shock Absorbing seat, and an additional layer of V-Foam™ padding. This seat delivers true Ultimate Trail Comfort. Additionally, the horse enjoys the same Gel-Cush™ comfort bar pad system in the Gen II® skirt design.
The new Gen II® Bayou Plantation also includes the Gen II® adjustable rigging with three optional positions. The GII™ Fit-Fusion™ tree is a fusion of carbon reinforced wood and a self adjusting PolyForm™ bar. Together, the rigging choices and GII™ tree allow your horse maximum freedom of movement and comfort.
The Tucker plantation style fenders on the Gen II® Bayou Plantation are complimented with the ErgoBalance™ stirrups, which help reduce the knee and ankle fatigue often experienced by trail riders. The Bayou Plantation may also be ordered with English style stirrup leathers with the ErgoBalance™ stirrups. A new border tooling design enhances the Gen II® Bayou Plantation, and it may be ordered in a smooth finish, as well.
The Supple Ride leather option features seat jockeys and fenders made of top grain leather, laminated and stitched to provide a soft, broke-in feel right out of the box.
Seat Sizes: 16.5"
Cantle Height: 5"
Weight: 23 lbs
Fenders: Plantation fenders
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