Mono Dressage Stirrup Leathers
Mono Dressage Stirrup Leathers
Mono Dressage Stirrup Leathers

Mono Dressage Stirrup Leathers

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These leathers are designed to take the bulk from under the rider’s leg. Mostly used by dressage riders looking to achieve the ultimate contact between themselves & their horse.

Reduced bulk around the stirrup bar for extra comfort
Crafted from the finest English calfskin leather
Reinforced nylon webbing core to prevent stretching
Stainless steel fittings
¾" hole spacing

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Victoria Dale
Amazing but can’t use them :(

I have purchased these but need to return as the won’t fit through my stirrups. If I didn’t love my stirrups so much I would buy new ones! The feel and quality is beautiful but I can’t thread them.

Hannah Ford
Lovely quality leathers

I am used to the t bar mono stirrups but after some issues I decided to try these. It took a while to work out the way to put them on, but got there in the end. Lovely quality but not many holes so make sure you get the right size! I had to change mine. The buckle in the leg takes a bit of getting used to as not as smooth as t bar ones but not been an issue.

Annie Sullivan
Beautiful quality.

The soft supple leather is an absolute delight. I find these much better/easier to use than t bars. As others I wish there was an extra hole right at the top to be able to tidy the stirrups away.


Excellent quality and beautifully made. My only comment is that they could do with 1 hole at the top to enable you to run the stirrups up when not in use, as either have to remove stirrup leathers or cross over the top of the saddle which is not ideal.
I find the buckle with cover digs in my lower leg when riding - it maybe that I just need to get used to that though.
But overall very pleased.

Caroline Wells
Mono Dressage Stirrup Leathers

These are fabulous quality, made with beautiful leather. I found that the buckle with cover does dig into my lower leg, but it maybe a matter of getting used to it. Also, you cannot hook the stirrups up after use, either having to cross them over the top of the saddle which I don’t like to do, or take them off the saddle.