Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: South of No-where
They are easier to clean than leather bridles. Like the person before me said, just toss them in the wash and you don't have to hand clean and condition them like you do the leather. I use nylon bridles alot for trail riding. I don't think the nylon would be allowable in a show, but for every day riding they work great.
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