To avoid confusing please contact me directly when ordering. Please scoll through pictures to choose the style, color and/or print you want. Prices are on pictures. Some prints may not be avail, ask for availability.
All Trekk-ETT saddle or dash bag products are made with QUALITY & DURABLE materials. Sewn together with a UV rated thread. This thread is designed for salt water applications, ”horse sweat”! Zippers are a nylon YKK quality. Please wash your Trekk-ETT on cold and line dry!
When measuring your saddles for custom matching of attachment system, measure as directed.
Pommel-ring to ring over the pommel. Remember where your measuring tape sits is where the Trekk-ETT will sit as well.
Cantle/back-measure from the center of your skirt out and around. If you don’t have ring on the skirt, you prob have rings on the back of your seat, please measure the distance between those.
Live OUTSIDE the UNITED STATES? Don’t worry, I ship WORLD WIDE. Shipping rates will apply! Msg me for a quote of shipping.
Feel free to use any of these ways to contact me. Texting will be the fastest.
1-334-518-0322 text or call
firstname.lastname@example.org ( please spell it correctly)
Facebook- Jaime Reid Ruff Or The Production Room
When ordering, PayPal is preferred. Even if you don’t have PayPal, when you receive your invoice, it will give you an option to use your CC. An email is needed for invoicing.
pay by check or money order Is ok too
Why a Trekk-ETT? Because it’s American made by a one woman operation, single mom! Not mass produced, but rather quality & durability you can trust. Trekk-ETT saddle bags, horse tack, are going the distance on horse or wagon! Over the years Trekk-ETT‘s have traveled along trail for 1000’s of miles and still look great!
The attachment system is NOT a generic fit. Every Trekk-ETT is custom made to fit YOUR saddle(s). Making it fit a large variety of saddles! English, western, dressage, trooper & many endurance style saddles!
Ever wonder what the ETT stands for? The ETT stands for E.ndurance T.rail T.raining