Botines Hombre K2 Foxy Freejump
Botines Hombre K2 Foxy Freejump
Botines Hombre K2 Foxy Freejump
Botines Hombre K2 Foxy Freejump

K2 Men's Shoes Freejump


Freejump Men's K2 Foxy Shoes

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    The Freejump K2 men's shoes is a riding booty designed for use in competition.

    It features the latest technical innovations of Freejump footwear and offers maximum comfort:
    – Soft Leather
    – Front zipper
    – Comfort side elastics
    – Rubber injected sole
    – Spur rests
    – Sidas© insoles : therapeutic insoles with a true arch support for optimal distribution of plantar pressure.
    Made in Portugal
    Compatible with the America Half Chaps.

    * If the product is not in stock we will contact the customer to inform them of the delivery time.

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    Freejump System is a benchmark brand in the equestrian world in terms of innovation and high technology, manufacturing high quality, safe and comfortable products.

    Originally they created the X'Up stirrup, but the brand became known thanks to the manufacture in 2012 of the Soft'Up stirrups, one of the best stirrups today, with automatic release in the event of a fall. More recently they launched the Soft'Up Pro stirrups.

    Freejump has also been involved in equestrian footwear, starting with boots integrated with gaiters, and then they started making riding boots as well.

    Of course, in the world of safety, air bag waistcoats are a must, Freejump has also launched a line of these waistcoats to protect riders from possible falls.

    You can now buy Freejump System products in our online and physical shop Tuxe Life, in A Coruña (Galicia).

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