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Where to buy trail equipment?

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  • Where to buy trail equipment?

    It's been so long since i've had to buy tack, i cannot remember half of the sellers i used to use.
    I remember State Line, Smartpak, Slypner and Cashel---who else has a good variety of trail gear? I'm especially interested in looking at sidepulls, bitless and hackamore bridles today. tia.

  • #2
    Taylored Tack carries incredible bio thane equipment, which is nice because it is so easy to maintain. Just a bucket of water and a little dish soap, and you are good to go.
    "You can't fix stupid"- Ron White


    • #3
      Love Taylored Tack! Hought also has lovely biothane tack. I have bridles from both and you cannot go wrong.

      Riding Warehouse also has an excellent selection of endurance gear if you are looking for more than a bridle.

      - Distance Depot
      - Running Bear

      I tried to add another post with links, but it’s been blocked.
      Last edited by GreyDes; Aug. 12, 2019, 04:51 PM.


      • #4
        One more - Hought also has lovely biothane tack.


        • #5
          Great suggestion already! I love Riding Warehouse for everything but biothane tack. I got my custom tack from Distance Depot and love the options. Hope you find just what you are looking for.
          "Do your best, and leave the rest, twill all come right, some day or night" -Black Beauty


          • #6
            I do a lot of shopping with Riding Warehouse and The Distance Depot.
            There is no joy equal to that found on the back of a horse.


            • #7
              Outfitters Supply sells serious trail riding stuff - like multi-day trips to the mountains stuff.

              "Facts are meaningless. You can use facts to prove anything
              that's even remotely true."

              Homer Simpson


              • #8
                The Distance Depot and Riding Warehouse are my go-to's. Occasionally Action Rider Tack
                "You'll never see yourself in the mirror with your eyes closed"


                • Original Poster

                  Thanks folks---i'm happily browsing!!


                  • #10
                    I like Big D's and