Prince of Wales Spurs w/Nylon Strap Womens

$8.39
Regularly: $11.19
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3/4 In

$8.39

Buy 2 or more, each at $7.72
Buy 3 or more, each at $7.55
Buy 6 or more, each at $7.38

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1 1/4In

$7.12

Buy 2 or more, each at $6.55
Buy 3 or more, each at $6.41
Buy 6 or more, each at $6.27

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

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Shipping weight = 0.50 lb.

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
This is a great package for a new rider, comes complete with never rust Prince of Wales Spurs with neck and braided nylon spur straps and nickel buckle.

Sizes: 3/4" or 1 1/4"

Product Reviews by Customers

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For my Great Grand Daughter's tack.
Kenyon K on Feb 9, 2017
I don't need much spur so I think these will work well
Kim B on Jun 20, 2016
needed some
Vicki A on Feb 1, 2017
Price
Michelle V on Oct 4, 2015
How do you find the width of the spur that goes around the boot. I bought my daughter a pair and they were too narrow. Do they come
in different sizes?
Kristi S on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: When I first purchased these they were a bit narrow. I actually gently spread either side of the spur apart and widened the gap, making them fit snug but comfortable. Better a little snug to avoid slipping. I use these spurs now all the time I love them.
Reply · Report · Cheryl A on Jan 27, 2016
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I was wondering what the difference between the 3/4 inch and 1 1/4 inch is? Thanks!
A shopper on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: A 3/4 inch spur is an average size that works great for mos uses, especially if you aren't used to spurs. I use them and get all of the responses I need out of my horses. The 1 1/4 inch spur will have more force behind it and will make the horse even more sensitive to it. I find that this isn't usually necessary in most cases.
Reply · Report · EMILY S on Jun 28, 2014
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