Tough-1 Leather Mule Breeching

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Tough-1 Leather Mule Breeching

$60.89

Temporarily Oversold. Backorder Now! Estimated In Stock by 10/23/2018.

Shipping weight = 3.00 lbs.

Product Summary:

Tough-1 Leather Mule Breeching
 
This breeching is designed to keep the saddle from slipping forward while riding on rough terrain.  Fully adjustable with two straps with snaps attaching to the back of the saddle and two straps that attach to the girth.

Bridle, reins and breastcollar not included. 
Item Number Model Number UPC
E006592 74-934-7-0 688499508544

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its ok for the price
August 26, 2018
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Great Breeching But
The breaching is very high quality. My issue is that it need not arrive as pictured or as described. No breast collar or headstall.
May 10, 2013
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I plan to start Elk hunting again and the horses we take with us will be going over rough terrain. When we load the pack bags to head back to camp there will be times when the weight in the saddles could cause the saddles the slide forward.
Kerry G on Aug 6, 2015
I plan to start Elk hunting again and the horses we take with us will be going over rough terrain. When we load the pack bags to head back to camp there will be times when the weight in the saddles could cause the saddles the slide forward.
Kerry G on Aug 6, 2015
Are the edges rolled on the britching itself, no the straps connecting it to the saddle?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you can explain what you mean a little better I will answer the best I can. I am not sure what you mean by are the edges rolled.

Thanks

Craig