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How to choose the right stirrup leathers and irons?
Practical tips for choosing the right stirrups for riding regardless of discipline
Care for your safety stirrups the right way: useful tips
How can the cleanliness of safety stirrups can affect your safety?
Dressage: How to do the best warm up at shows (with safety stirrup advice)
Eventing riders: Best advice for riding in the rain (including safety stirrup tips)
Exercises to strengthen your horse's hind end - useful exercises for riders
5 tips to improve your jumping balance (+safety stirrup tips)
Improve your 2- and 3-point seat with our advice
How do you know if stirrups are too short or long?
Best tips for improving your seat in trot: grab better points in dressage shows
Learn how to keep your leg still when jumping - this is how
Communicate better with your horse from the saddle - effective tips
How much money should you spend on equestrian safety gear?
Magnetic safety stirrups - FAQ answered!
Introduction to spurs - when to use them and how to choose the right ones
Buying your first horse? Best tips!
You can engrave up to 35 characters (including spaces). You can use Latin letters, numbers, spaces, and many special characters. Just type and see what's possible.
Engraving does not affect your 60-day money-back guarantee! We refund the full product purchase price. Only the engraving service itself is non-refundable.
Note: Over 96% of our customers use the Standard insoles and are happy with them. If you wear riding boots with thick soles or are jumping on a high level, we recommend the Plus insoles instead.
Additional insoles in any of these configurations can also be bought separately.
For this insoles size, there is only one magnet positions available. But because of the smaller insole size, a bigger area of the shoe is already magnetised.
You can download below picture to print in 1:1 format on A4 here.
Note: 99% of our customers use the default position and are happy with it. It positions the stirrups at the ball of the foot, see picture below. Position b is further towards the toe.
Note: 99% of our customers use the default position and are happy with it. It positions the stirrups at the ball of the foot. Position b and c are further towards the toe.