Gilbert, Az – Jan 23, 2018 – Leading stirrup manufacturer American Equus is pleased to announce the release of their new equitation line of stirrups. The company has successfully produced some of the most innovative and efficient stirrups on the market for riders of all disciplines.
American Equus has made a name for itself as a staple in the equestrian market with their unique aluminum craftsmanship and patent-pending traction system that provides both superior support and a stylish finish. The new line of Hunter EQ Slim “FILLIS” Edition blends the modern technology of American Equus products with a more classic “Fillis” design more commonly seen in the hunter and equitation rings. The footbed system naturally eases the the lower leg into a more comfortable position while alleviating concussion and the traction pin system provides unparalleled connection to the base of the stirrup by securing the foot to the base.
As with all previous American Equus stirrups, the Hunter EQ Slim “FILLIS” line is constructed with solid 6061 Aircraft Aluminum to ensure the rider with the safest ride possible by providing maximum lateral crush strength in the event of an accident. The aluminum is hand-polished to a luxurious, show-chrome finish to provide the most durable and elegant yet classic stirrup on the market.
These stirrups are also now offered in an Ultra-Light edition. Weighing in at a mere 255 grams they are the lightest Hunter Stirrups on the market and still feature all of the unique technological features of other American Equus stirrups.
American Equus is the premier manufacture of elite irons, spurs, and bespoke horse shoes for Thoroughbred racing, show jumping, barrel racing and much more. The company, based in Gilbert, AZ, prides themselves on providing products that elegantly and effectively supports the results driven equestrian competitor, regardless of their discipline or skill level.
To learn more about American Equus and their complete line of stirrups and spurs for all equestrian disciplines, please click here.