Tucker hit another homerun in the Cheyenne Frontier. Packed with features to make your trail riding more enjoyable and comfortable.
Starting with the EBS (Ergo-Balance Stirrups), these stirrups use an ergonomically shaped cone to put your foot in a more natural position and reduce the strain on your knee and ankle joints during your ride.
The Cheyenne Frontier also displays a lower horn & cantle for easy mounting and dismounting. Rider's looking for a little more wiggle room in the saddle will love this feature.
Tucker Saddlery's Gel-Cush Shock Absorbing Seat provides trail riders with Ultimate Trail Comfort. Tucker begins the saddle seat construction by building into the tree a ground seat that gives with a rider's weight.
Unlike other saddle brands, Tucker's flexible ground seat, when attached to the patented Durahide tree, creates a foundation unequaled in comfort for long hours in the saddle.
The saddle craftsman then adds the latest in comfort gel technology to the ground seat. Tucker's Gel-Cush Shock Absorbing Seat is not susceptible to heat or cold, and there is nothing to ooze or leak out. It is a superior material that adds minimal weight to the finished saddle. All the components together make a Tucker Trail saddle unequaled in comfort.
Color: Golden, Brown, Black
* Brown and Golden saddles come with an Brown seat
* Black saddles come with a Black seat
Tree: Medium, Wide, Extra Wide
Hardware: Tucker conchos with brass or chrome rings
Tooling:Tooled or Smooth
Rigging: In-Skirt Western - Single Front Dee (straight rear dee), Enduro, Balanced Single Tie (angled rear dee), Enduro Balanced Double Tie (angled rear dee), Adjustable Position In-Skirt Western (straight rear dee)
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There is a lot of room for personal preference with seat sizing, but as a general rule it is better to error on the side of ordering a seat size that is too large rather than erring on the side of a seat that will be too small.
Things to Consider
Tucker adds 1/2inch to their seat sizes (due to thick seat padding)
16.5 Tucker = 16 normally
Barrel riders usually take 1 less on the seat size
16 Trail Rider = 15 Barrel Rider
Ranch (slick seats) usually ride smaller (1/2inch seat size) so they dont slide around
16 is for most men, 15 for most women
Trail Saddles with High Cantles (5) make the seat sizes feel smaller
Trail Saddle with 5 cantle will feel smaller in the seat than one with a 3.5 cantle
English Saddles dont convert exactly but often are 2 bigger
18 English = 16 Western
Riders with inseams under 30 or 5 tall and under often need custom cut fenders
Tall riders with long legs but lighter weight may need custom cut fenders as well
Checking the Fit
General Guideline is about 3 fingers between your thigh and the swell.
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