High-quality stainless steel safety irons.
Young riders are encouraged to use peacock stirrups because of their design, a little rider is less likely to get a foot stuck in a stirrup in case of a fall or accident. A large, thick rubber band is attached to the outside branch of the stirrup iron. When undue pressure is applied to the rubber band for instance, in the event of a fall the rubber band disengages, freeing the rider’s foot. The rubber bands are easily replaceable if they become worn or lose their elasticity.
The correct way to measure stirrup irons is between the two “uprights” ie the width of the metal tread. There should be 1/2″ clearance on each side of your riding boots.
3 1/2″, 3 3/4″, 4″, 4 1/4″, 4 1/2″