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Intrepid International EZ Mount Western Stirrup


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  • Made Wider For Western Stirrups
  • 7 1/2 Inches Wide
  • Folds Up For easy Storage
  • Storage Pouch Included
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Product Description

E Z Mount Western Mounting Stirrup The E Z Mount Patent Pending is a product that: 1) Increases rider safety when mounting. 2) Is strong and easy to use. 3) Folds up and stores in a handy riding pouch. 4) Works on all standard Western and English stirrups. With the increased popularity of larger horses, many riders struggle to mount from the ground or find themselves standing on top of an unstable object. The E-Z Mount solves these problems and is an essential new piece of tack. Please note Western EZ mount may not fit wider stirrups.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • ASIN: B002HJCKAA
  • Item model number: EIP016W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243,306 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Clif Morton on November 27, 2013
I bought two a while ago (when they first came out) and they work GREAT... I'm very short (4'9) and i use it on the trail, in the ring and indoor to get on my HUGE 16.3 hh warmblood!!! It is useful when the regular mounting block is being hogged (if not by the kids, my cat thinks it was created for her), on the trail when you can't find a suitable, safe fence or other safety questionable make shift thing to use as a mounting step and when your doctor says your not suppose to lift heavy objects...and a regular mounting block is, even when plastic, a heavy object. I've used them with my students and they love them as well !!!! And the great news...MUCH cheaper than the $50 plus "solid" plastic ones i have!!! I still have the first two i bought back in 2000 and they still work as good as new, even with daily use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Butcher on June 19, 2011
I purchased this item for two reasons: 1) I have a tall mare (15.2 hands) and, 2) Since I like to trail ride I can't always find something to get back on her if I get off. I have purchased a lot of these type of gadgets & quite frankly they don't work. I test them on me first, then on my trainer, & if she can't get on the horse with them they turn into towel holders in her tack room. Let's just say she now has a lot of towel holders. OK, back to this item. In theory this is one of the better items next to my small portable trail stool, but in actuallity I can't get my leg over my cantel because it places me too low to swing my leg up & over (caveat: I am 50+ years of age & have a bad back & knees). It's nice because it places the stirrup low enough to get my leg up to the stirrup itself, but too low to be helpful. I do like that it has it's own little bag that has a clip to hook on the rings on the saddle & it's very light. I'll keep it on my saddle because in a pinch it may be better than nothing & it "may" keep me from walking with my horse back to the barn. Unfortunately when it arrived there were no instructions on how use it (it's pretty self explaitory) & there may be a way to shorten it up, but I haven't figured that out yet. Personally the trail stool is a better item. It's a bit bulky, but it elevates you high enough to get on without too much difficulty. The only down side of the stool is the foot pad area is small, but it has to be that way to be able to pack it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By schapin on June 30, 2013
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I think that this stirrup might work in narrow stirrups, but it was too short to work in mine. It just barely fit in the stirrup and if horse moved even just a little, it looked like it would fall out. I am keeping it because it was cheap enough that the shipping would eat up the purchase refund, and I might have a saddle it works on somewhere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Annieo on June 26, 2012
It is infuriating that this and other products like it are still on the market. It looks like an ingenious idea, simple, easy, light weight, makes it easy to get your mounting foot in the stirrup. But once up there, think about it--your whole body is now 4 to 6 inches lower in relation to the saddle! My navel was even with the edge of the saddle SKIRT! This product takes advantage of us as consumers not thinking through the fact that when we mount using a convenient rock or mounting block, we are stepping on it with the NON stirrup foot, which allows us to step easily into the stirrup itself and be at the proper height for easy leg swing-over. I thought maybe I could step in it with my non-stirrup foot and use it like a ladder. But wooooop! I swung under the horse!

I bought mine at a local tack store. Nothing against Amazon. But I am VERY disappointed in Caschel. Have they ever actually done any field testing on this thing? Their products are usually so well-designed. Stick with the little portable mounting stool. THAT is a workable tool. BTW look at the comments under the first 5 star review. Once this person used it, she realized what a piece of garbage it is!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By catherine jondreau on September 17, 2010
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These are really nice, now we can get on the horse with out having to look for a high dirt pile when out in the woods on trail rides.. The shipment was fast and it is just how it was explained. thank you
Catherine
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