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post #1 of 31 Old 04-18-2012, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Favorite overall brands

What are your favorite brands? What products from what manufacturer?

What product do you think is not good from a particular manufacturer?

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post #2 of 31 Old 04-20-2012, 09:40 PM
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Don't know brand but here are my favorite !



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post #3 of 31 Old 04-20-2012, 09:52 PM
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Don't know brand but here are my favorite !



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Classic Equine is probably my big favorite for everything, Professional's Choice for their sports medicine boots, Impact Gel, Circle Y, KO Trading, Weaver.. There are just so many..

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Bridles and reins: Tekna
Saddles: Marcel Toulouse
Girths and saddle pads: Lettia
Boots: custom made
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I love Nunn Finer: the reins I have are of unbelievable quality (and can't beat the price), their breastplates are very nice too.
As for boots, Mt Horse worked the best for me.
I also like Woof brand a lot (I have boots and protective vest).
MT Toulouse is a nice brand as well (have a saddle, and all my stirrup leathers are by them).
Thinline: for pads (hated the reins though)
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Thinline: for pads
I got one of those coming after doing a lot of research about them.
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I got one of those coming after doing a lot of research about them.
Which one did you buy? I use contour for several years already. It really works (especially easy to tell the difference on jump). I never regret the money I spent on it.

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champion turf, textan for western saddles
Kyle tack for reins and such and sometimes w saddles
Csi saddle pads
Classic equine for boots and ropes
Weaver for misc. Needs

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People probably should also specify if they are talking about English or Western tack (before someone runs and tries to find western saddle by MT Toulouse).

I was referring to English one...

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