Q. Can I substitute stirrups when purchasing Tucker saddles?
A. Yes, customers may choose any stirrup that will accommodate the fender of the specific saddle selectedQ. What seat size do I need?
A. Check out our helpful chart here.Q. How do I measure my present saddle seat to compare with what I might need in a Tucker saddle?
A. Tucker measures ther saddle seats like the typical measuring standard of western saddles, from the base of the horn straight back to the center of the rim of the cantle. The Trooper and Montreal Lite are measured from the back of the cutback area of the seat front to the back of the seat seam.Q. What is the Ergo Seat?
A. Ergonomically-Sculptured Seat Design - This special seat design is available as an option on any Tucker Saddle. Tucker craftsmen have sculptured our gel-cush padding so that it provides enough height and cushion to soften some of the impact sustained by the rider's hip bones while also creating a slight relief channel of clearance for the groin, and pelvic area. This has been a real breakthrough for riders with groin, prostate or hemorrhoid sensitivity.Q. How well does the Gel-Cush padded seat hold up?
A. This padding never bottoms out. It absorbs pressure in all directions to disperse even shear forces. Now built into every Tucker Saddle. There is nothing to leak out or dry up. This special padding is not susceptible to heat or cold.Q. What type of craftsmanship and materials are used when manufacturing Tucker Saddle?
A. Tucker has a proud history of producing some of the finest saddles and saddlery products available. When manufacturing our saddles or tack we take no shortcuts with either craftsmanship or materials. All Tucker products are still made in the USA.Q. How do I care for my Tucker saddle?
A. Check out our handy saddle care tips here.