SaddleSlingCo

Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania

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Alyssa Schafer

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Alyssa Schafer

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About SaddleSlingCo

Sales 135
On Etsy since 2017

Finding a solution for protecting saddles during transport

As an aspiring equestrian, buying my first saddle was incredibly exciting! Then realizing that the safest place to keep it was my heated (and cooled) house provided me with the issue of how to transport my new investment safely in my car to my weekly lessons. I searched and searched Etsy, Pinterest, Google, Amazon, no where had a good solution for conveniently moving a saddle in your car.

So in comes Marshall, I went to him with a vague idea of what I needed and what it would look like and together, we tested dozens of prototypes, scratched some, improved others and that is how The Saddle Sling Lite was born! After selling dozens of these slings, we realized that our friends with Western Saddles could use a similar (but more heavy duty) version so we went back to the drawing board and designed The Saddle Sling XL. Which brings us to to day, with international customers, we are happy to help any rider keep their saddle safe and clean in their vehicle!

Shop members

  • Alyssa

    Owner, Designer

    Hey there! I have been an avid equestrian since I could utter the words "I want a pony." When I bought my own saddle, I realized I didn't want to just toss it into my car on my way to and from my weekly lessons SO the Saddle Sling was born.

  • Marshall

    Maker, Designer

    Hey! I have many years of experience creating, designing and fixing home goods and was excited to help Alyssa design this Sling. We tested dozens of prototypes before putting this product on the market!

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Last updated on Nov 24, 2020
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Sizing details

We recommend the 20" sling for english style saddles with an 18" seat or smaller. We recommend the 24" sling for larger, heavier saddles such as western, or dressage saddles, or those with bigger than an 18" seat