One of the most popular dressage saddles you can find - the Wintec Isabell saddle is a high-quality saddle designed for the competitive dressage rider. It features a deep seat and a close contact feel for a secure, stable ride. You'll be confident, and your horse will be confident. The saddle is made with synthetic materials, making it easy to maintain and lightweight. The Wintec Isabell saddle is named after international dressage rider Isabell Werth, who helped design the saddle to meet the specific needs of dressage riders looking to have a good seat position and let their horse move freely.
Protective cushioning through the CAIR® Cushion Panel System. It uses air to distribute the rider’s weight fluidly across the horse’s back.
Precision custom fit with the EASY-CHANGE™ Fit Solution, comprised of the EASY-CHANGE Gullet system and the EASY-CHANGE Riser system. Riders can select the optimal gullet width for the horse’s current shape and muscling, and make adjustments within the saddle panels for optimal balance and clearance. All adjustments are measurable, symmetrical and completely reversible.
Ergonomic flex through the lightweight and durable Elastiflex Tree, which provides the lateral flexion to work with the horse’s muscular movement in every stride.
Free movement supported by Performance Panel Technology shaped to support the horse’s natural motion and positioned to create a wide channel to clear the spine.
Superior rider performance aided by Comfort Seat Technology. The seat gently supports the rider’s ability to move with the horse.
Ergonomic Stirrup Bar: Places the buckle of a stirrup leather in a recessed position to reduce bulk under your thigh.
Adjustable Flexibloc System: Enables you to customize thigh support to your preference.
Quick-change billet system: Allows customization by a saddler or saddle fitter and provides the assurance that billets can be returned to factory standard for the life of the saddle.
Adjustable Y-girthing: Allows for an ideal adjustment and promotes saddle stability.
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