FREEJUMP - Soft'Up Lite Stirrups

$285.00

Safety, performance, resistance and reliability for ladies & young champions!

The Soft'Up Lites flexible outer branch is designed to bend in the scenario of a fall; allowing the riders foot to be released. While molded grips in the boot fed ensure the riders foot will stay still. These stirrups are legal in all disciplines, yes, they're even allowed in the hunter ring (in silver).

Freejumps' Soft'Up Lite stirrup is the single-branch stirrup, based on a shrunk down version of it's big sister the Soft'up Pro. Unlike the Pro's steel frame this stirrup is made from a long-fibre polyamide. The 10.7cm tread width fits soles not exceeding 10.2cm (in average that a shoe size up to US men 7 or US women 8.5). There used to be a weight restriction to using the Soft'Up lite; however, Freejump has beefed up there construction and that weight restriction has now been removed.

Customization of the Lite's PIN (a small removable piece on the lower portion of the outerbranch) is possible. Black PIN's are standard on all colours except Silver stirrups which include a silver pin. Please contact us if you know like to customize your Pin, with for example the Canadian Flag *additional cost applies. 

*Please note stirrups (other than silver or black) may take approximately 2 weeks to arrive.

**All sales of coloured Freejumps are final sale. 

Technical Features:

FLEXIBLE OUTER BRANCH 
Designed to make it easier to release the foot in the event of a fall, the flexible outer branches open up under pressure from the foot.
FLEXIBLE OUTER BRANCH # PRO
SINGLE-BRANCH TECHNOLOGY
Freejump's many years of experience and R&D of single-branch stirrups have allowed them to identify the maximum stress that a stirrup can withstand – from impact and from fatigue. Their overmoulded, single-branch stirrups are made from steel (for the Soft’Up Pro and Soft’Up Classic stirrups) or from long-fibre polyamide (Soft’Up Lite stirrups) have been developed to respond to these levels of stress. Single-branch technology reduces the strain on each stirrup by two-thirds and relieves pressure on the rider’s joints and the horse’s back.
SINGLE-BRANCH TECHNOLOGY # PRO