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Amigo Martingale with Rubber Stopper

Amigo Martingale with Rubber Stopper
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Colors:
Black
Black
Brown
Brown
  • Brand:Amigo  
  • List Price: $53.00
  • Buy New: $49.30 - $50.40
  • as of 3/26/2013 00:39 CDT details
  • You Save: $2.60 (5%)
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Merchants:
THE Original Horse Tack Company
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HorseLoverZ / EasyPetStore
Usually ships in 6-10 business days
  • Sales Rank:1,477,676
  • Media:Misc.
  • MPN:SCRD60-K000-CO
  • ASIN:B002HVT9UW

Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Horseware's Amigo Leather Running Martingale with Rubber Stops Luxury, Eco-Friendly Leather Range at affordable prices! Great features such as
  • Plain Leather stitching
  • Easy to use
  • Rubber Stops
  • Eco Friendly Tanning Processes
  • Available colors: Brown and Black Horseware Ireland's Amigo Eco-Friendly Leather The unique eco-friendly process used to produce this leather has been specially developed to avoid the use of toxic substances that are harmful to the environment. The result is a first class vegetable tanned leather of outstanding quality.
  • No Chromium Sulphate
  • No Sodium Sulphate
  • AZO Free
  • Try an Amigo Leather Running Martingale today. You will like it!
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