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Infinity II Dressage Saddle – Traditional Line


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Ayden Uhlir and Sjapoer 2013

Ayden Uhlir and Sjapoer – 2013 NAYRC Individual Gold & Freestyle Gold Medal & NAYRC Team Silver.








The popular Infinity II dressage saddle and the Infinity II+ are the natural evolution of the Schleese Infinity saddle – an affordable dressage option for any level of rider that provides the rider with a less restrictive seat for freedom of movement.

Watch Ayden Uhlir & Sjapoer
2013 NAYRC Individual Gold & Freestyle
Gold Medal & NAYRC Team Silver
Medalist riding to success in her
Schleese Infinity II saddle!

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Weight 18.0 lbs

Deep, 11cm cantle, soft seat and forward balance. This balance is a forward balance, but not as much as our Wave, HK or Obrigado.


The narrow twist allows the rider’s leg to fall and hang naturally providing close contact.


Includes extended stirrup bars for correct alignment, crotch comfort for pubic area comfort, and a wide seat to accommodate the female pelvis.


Deep, 11cm cantle, soft seat and forward balance. This balance is a forward balance, but not as much as our Wave, HK or Obrigado.


The adjustable V-Webbing billet system allows for correct billet alignment and equal pull throughout the length of the tree.


The adjustable thigh blocks give the rider the flexibility to adjust their leg support. A variety of sizes are available.


Premium European Soft Leather, Buffalo, German


Black, Brown, 2-Toned Black & Brown


16.5″, 17.0″, 17.5″, 18.0″


Double, Mono


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