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Weaver, red nylon and chain. I bought it for my daughter, but found out she needed a strap instead. The feed store won't take it back without the tag, which I don't have anymore. It was $9 in the store, I will sell it for $5 plus shipping.

I put it on the bridle today, then took it off. It's never been used.
 

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I would get a leather strap, instead of nylon; Nylon can stretch alot, and tends to fray. Not sure if you bought one already though, but that's my personal preference :D
 

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I would get a leather strap, instead of nylon; Nylon can stretch alot, and tends to fray. Not sure if you bought one already though, but that's my personal preference :D
I did! I found one that matched the leather of the head stall perfectly. It had the same stitching even. It was perfect. When I bought the chain, the feed store did not have the leather, so I went to the tack shop about 15 miles away, but I found one. Thank you for the advice.
 

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I did! I found one that matched the leather of the head stall perfectly. It had the same stitching even. It was perfect. When I bought the chain, the feed store did not have the leather, so I went to the tack shop about 15 miles away, but I found one. Thank you for the advice.
You're welcome :D I so prefer leather for most tack; halters are about the only exception, and reins...I LOVE soft cotton reins...Lol! I have leather bridles that I've had for well over ten years, and they are still in great shape. Even if they get wet, you just gotta be sure to give them a good leather soap conditioning :D
 
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