Below are our Bucking Rolls in stock!
We use only high quality material for our bucking rolls, stuffed tightly with sheered sheep wool. The two styles are functional and make your saddle look good!
*Base leather can be stained darker.
Twist or String Tie?
When choosing bucking rolls for your saddle, you will need to decide whether you want a twist or a string attachment. The twist is our preferred method, as it is the most secure way of attaching the roll under your fork. You will need a drill, and someone to help you hold the saddle while you screw them in.
If you choose strings, the proper way to attach them involves cutting a small slot int he front of your saddle's seat, and lacing the string through it so that the rolls can't move around. They can be attached without a slot, but they will not be as secure.
Great Basin or Rocky Mountain?
Both styles look great. All of our Out West Saddlery Stock Saddles use the Great Basin style.
The Rocky Mountain style can look a little more fancy, and the base shows more, so it looks nice if it matches your saddle.
See our BUCKING ROLL SAMPLES page for more ideas for your saddle's bucking rolls.
Great Basin Style
#60GB Bucking Rolls
Dark Brown w/Yellowish Cream WeltChocolate w/Rust Welt
#59GB Bucking Rolls
Cream w/Grey Blue Welt
#58GB Bucking Rolls
Chocolate w/Rust Welt
#56GB Bucking Rolls
Reddish Brown w Yellowish Cream Welt
#55GB Bucking Rolls
Distressed Brown w/Yellowish Cream Welt
#52 Great Basin Bucking Rolls
Chocolate Brown with Cream Welt and Decorative Stitching
#51 Great Basin Bucking Rolls
Cream with Chocolate Welt and Decorative Stitching
Rocky Mountain Style
#48 Rocky Mountain Bucking Rolls
Brown with Dark Green welt Twist
#35 Rocky Mountain Bucking Rolls
Dark Teal with Black welt Twist
#21RM Rocky Mountain Bucking Rolls
Dark Brown Long Hair On Cowhide w/Twist
The pictures below show how the "Twist" bucking rolls attach.
These stay in place the best.