Full QH Fibelr glass / Composite blend light weight tree. I wouldn't touch that with a 10' pole. Laser imprinted leather. The reason leather is stamped is to compress the fibers which adds strength. I'd probably pass on their tack as well. I have a nice alpaca trimmed western bridle that's likely 30 yrs old and it will easily fetch $150. It is double ply and of good tannage. I was given a split ear that was purchased in 1966. The woman had the original bill of sale from Kenway's of Calgary, Alberta. That makes it 48 yrs. old. It too is lined with leather and is in very good condition. Exc quality hardware that doesn't rust. She paid $35 back then. Min. wage she said was $1.10 hr, so it was fairly pricey but break it down and it's about 75 cents a yr.
Last edited by Saddlebag; 03-02-2014 at 04:19 PM.