GENERAL PURPOSE FIXED BLOCK
General Purpose Fixed Block flap has a very positive knee block for jumping. The GP flap is as forward cut as the Jumping flap. At the back edge of the flap it is as straight as the Dressage flap but is 5cm shorter. It is an excellent choice for hunters or eventers that do not wish to change flaps.
GENERAL PURPOSE MOVABLE BLOCK
The General Purpose Moveable Block flap is truly a multi-discipline flap with the ability to position the knee block for dressage or for proper jumping. The GP flap is as forward cut as the Jumping flap but on the back edge it is as straight as the Dressage flap but 5cm shorter. It is an excellent choice for young horses or eventers that do not wish to change flaps.
Traditional looking Hunting flap with a small removable block located under the very soft padded knee roll. Available with smooth, Pig print or heavily or oiled memel finished leather. Comes standard with short traditional girth billets for under flap girth fastening but longer dressage billets are available.
VSD FIXED BLOCK
The Very Slightly Dressage Fixed Block flap has a very positive knee block for schooling or jumping. The VSD flap is an inch more forward cut than the dressage but is 5cm shorter. It is an excellent choice for those with short upper legs or horses that do not have shoulder sufficient for the cut of a GP
VSD MOVABLE BLOCK
The Very Slightly Dressage flap is forward enough for jumping whilst straight enough to show off the shoulder. This flap makes a great GP for those riders with short legs that do not require as much flap in front as the standard GP flap offers. Used in the most backward position without blocks it will make a very good showing/working hunter style flap
The Block angle can be adjusted and the position front to back can be moved as well. This means that you can achieve the perfect position of the leg every time with different riders. Inspired by a request from one of our American Retailers, Patricia Cooper. We previewed a prototype of this flap at Equitana in Essen, Germany in March 2015 and it was very well received.
The stitch pattern is different and is like our swirl pattern. The addition of a wear strip at the bottom provides a good looking contrast. The flap construction is the same as our padded flaps so we have still kept that superior contact and feel you associate with a WOW.