Circle Y 16” Nova Plus Flex2 Trail
- Flex2 Wide Tree
- 13” Swell Width
- 4” Cantle
- Skirt: 13” D x 27” L
- Shell Border
- 3-Way Adjustable In-Skirt
- Horn: 3-1/4” Neck x 1-7/8” Cap
- Engraved Hardwarre
The Nova Flex2 plus has all the great Flex2 features, plus extras like cushion stirrup treads for rider comfort and gel bar pads built into the skirt for additional shock absorption for the horse. A handy hoof pick holder on the cantle keeps your hoof pick handy on the trail. Large dees under the conchos are great for tying gear. Includes latigo tie straps. Gorgeous antique copper conchos accent the rich distressed Contessa seating.
Flex2 saddles are designed to include comfort features for both the horse and rider that work in synergy with the Flex2 tree. Only Circle Y has the exclusive Flex2 tree design which uses a rigid ground seat for rider support, a high density bar which disperses rider weight, and low density bar which is against the horse and provides give for freedom of movement. This results in a lightweight saddle that will never get wider over time, flex in half, or overflex to create pressure points if properly fitted.
- The Flex2 tree has a rigid ground seat with dual bar system that provides both stability and flexibility where its needed; its an option for riders of all sizes and is proven to fit a wide variety of horses
- The Flex2 Tunnel Skirt creates a channel in the spine area to decrease rubbing, sore spots, and pressure along the spine. It also allows air flow under the saddle to reduce heat build up.
- Impact Foam seat for all-day riding comfort
- 3-Way adjustable in-skirt rigging for several rigging options to suit different horse conformations
- Neo-Shock Skirt absorbs shock through neoprene filler and conforms to the horse’s back for comfort
- Softee seat jockeys and fenders provide a ready-to-ride, broke in feel for the rider right out of the box
- EBS-ErgoBalance Stirrups tilt the stirrup to eliminate torque on the rider’s knees and ankles for increased comfort and promote balanced riding