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post #1 of 3 Old 07-23-2010, 02:46 AM Thread Starter
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Dressage Bridle

I bought a Dressage Crank Double Bridle made by Bobby's English Tack from TACKZONE.COM - English & Western Tack Super Store - English Bridles & Tack, Western Bridles & Tack, Show Bridles & Tack, Dressage Bridles & Tack, Hunter/Jumper Bridles & Tack, Pony Bridles & Tack, Hunt Bridles & Tack, Polo Bridles Tack, Horse Blanket This bridle is absolutely stunning and half the price of the German Bridles I am used to buying. Here is a direct link to it:

http://www.tackzone.com/catalog/prod...double-bridles

They were super helpful at Tackzone and knew what they were talking about when it came to Dressage Bridles. They shipped my order the same day, and my shipping was free. I highly recommend them to everyone. I bought the English Calfskin Leather bridle. I dont have any experience with the Italian leather. This English Calfskin bridle is beautiful. Super smooth leather, beautiful stitching, gorgeous buckles and amazing price. What helped me make the purchase was the beautiful photos of the bridles. This was my first Bobby's Bridle and definitely not my last.

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post #2 of 3 Old 07-23-2010, 11:34 AM
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Wow their double bridles are cheap!
I was looking at the double bridles, and they used the exact same picture for two of the bridles, but one was way cheaper... would you buy the cheaper one and hope you get something nice, or buy the more expensive one and be more sure your getting something nice?

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post #3 of 3 Old 08-04-2010, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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That was the same question I asked them. The difference is Buffalo vs Calfskin leather. The buffalo which is cheaper in prices is a tougher more durable leather, the Calfskin which is the more expensive bridle is a smoother flatter surface that gives that bit of extra for show. Other than that the bridles are exactly the same. I purchased the calfskin and I was extremely happy. Beautiful bridle, super nice and soft and super smooth finish on the leather.
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