Pravins Sellier Wide Stirrup Leathers


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Revolutionary stirrup leathers too manufactured by skilled saddlers in France, high quality chrome-tanned and pre-stretched leather, this wide stirrup leather will provide a long service and unfaultable reliability. Match perfectly with the innovative MDC stirrups for unparalleled lower leg position and seat stability.

Innovative in design, the wide leather gives extra comfort, leg stability and close contact with the horse without twisting. Importantly they do not adversely affect the freedom of movement that you need in a variety of disciplines.

They come in brown and black. The brown ones look a little tan in these photos but they are darker in real life and closer to havanna brown in colour.

NOTE: These leathers are a tiny bit thicker than some other brands due to the little button on the end of the leather, if they don't fit your stirrups (this shouldn't happen), we will send you a free return label and fully refund you. 

These stirrup leathers are born and bred in the heart of the Beaujolais region of France by renowned saddle makers, Pravins, in association with Olympic Rider Michel Robert, and are used by International CSO professionals and amateur riders alike. Pravins boast many top French riders as ambassadors, including Olympic Rider Philippe Rozier, and we believe that amateurs should draw upon the professional’s experience and follow in their footsteps to change to the wide stirrup leather.

Pravins is situated in the heart of the Beaujolais region of France surrounded by forests and vineyards, and was founded by husband and wife team of Phillipe and Carole. Brought together by their shared love of high-quality products, design and innovation. Carole is the more creative, whilst Phillipe brings the skill to the partnership in the creation of leather goods. The workshop is filled with rich textures and materials; leather, saddle oil, wool, horse hair and linen yarn to provide the couple with the inspiration to draw upon for their products. Glaze & Gordon love the intimacy, the pride and the skill used in this wonderful brand.

We cannot tell you how many pairs of stirrup leathers we have been through over the last couple of years; not only do they snap they also stretch and we have never found the correct ones to suit us. Pravins limit stretch, and are incredibly durable through being created from top quality leather.

All sorts of disciplines you can imagine. From Polo to dressage; these stirrup leathers give you the stability you need in every situation. Glaze & Gordon use these leathers ourselves, and cannot recommend them highly enough.

  • Much wider than a traditional stirrup leather, Pravins leather’s do not twist and are much more comfortable.
  • Close contact with the saddle – suitable for all disciplines.
  • The wide strap provides a huge about of support to the rider’s leg, and therefore increases stability. This is both for safety, and style.
  • International riders have contributed to the development of this product, Michel Robert (International Showjumper) worked in direct partnership with Pravins to create the leathers.
  • Top quality, chrome-tanned leather.
  • Chrome-tanned leather is more resistant to water, stains and heat.
  • The leather has been pre-stretched during tanning to help to limit additional elongation.
  • Weight 1.5kg.
  • Available in both black and brown.

Rough size estimations, leathers are always a personal preference and everyone’s legs are different. The best things to do is to measure your current leathers to compare. Please remember these are 100% leather so will take a little while to settle and then they will stretch a little. So if, when you get them, you think they are too short they most likely just need to break in.

These sizes are for jumpers/eventers – for dressage go longer.

Rider Height

Stirrup Leather Length

Up to 5’1”

115cm (45”)

5’2” – 5’6”

125cm (49”)


135cm (53”)

5’11” and up

145cm (57”)


Material: 100% leather.

Care: Do not treat your leathers with conditioner as this can change the colour of the leather. We recommend using olive oil lightly if you want to darken them, but not a lot as this will make them stretch. They will break in through use.


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