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  1. #1
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    Default WTB a nice tweed coat for cubbing

    I am looking for a good quality tweed coat for cubbing next year. [Any suggestions of where to look?]
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  2. #2
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    Ebay is your friend.
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    Looked, but found nothing in my size.



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    Changing Reins in Ashland, Va

    Middleburg Tack Exchange in Middleburg, Va

    Both have web sites. I would call to see if they could help.



  5. #5
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    Middleburg Tack is the BEST! I put together a whole kit from there!



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    If you are on a budget, ebay and Middleburg Tack are your friends. If you believe in buying the best quality knowing it will last for years, I suggest you try www.horsecountrycarrot.com Yes they're pricey as everyone here will jump in to say. But. They have a range of prices, and experienced sales staff who will recommend the best cut of coat to make you look fabulous for years to come.

    Buying a used coat is fine; some folks like to say it's like taking an old friend hunting with them. On the other hand, a fine tweed can be used for so much more than hunting, don't you deserve a really nice tweed?
    ~Kryswyn~ Always look on the bright side of life, de doo, de doo de doo de doo
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  7. #7
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    I actually got a regular tweed at the Salvation Army for like 3.50 or something and got it altered.

    You can't tell the difference!



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