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  1. #21
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    Does anybody know how Der Dau's foot sizing compares to Ariat? (same, run small/large?). Want to grab a pair of these but have never tried Der Dau's on. TIA!



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    I got this Stanley-type trunk at Lowe's for $54 on clearance. It has the same capacity as the more expensive Stanley, a flat top (I like the flat better than the Stanley) and a built-in lock; no wheels, though. The cheapest I've seen the Stanley is $68 and most places it runs from $100+. Someone on off-course said they've had the same one for 10 years and it's still going strong!



  3. #23
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    Got my boots. Oddly, mine have neither the metal logo on the tab nor the stamp inside. They just have a tag inside that says "The Elite". They are really nice, and fit beautifully. I usually wear a 6 1/2 or 7 shoe and the 6 1/2 is snug but not uncomfortable. The calf fits perfectly -- I measure a hair under 15" and their 15" inch is just right. Don't even need zips but may just for the convenience factor.



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    Aww shoot, my stupid huge calves don't even come close!! I'd be an XXXL (seriously a 15.5 calf). The last boots I got, I went up a size in the foot, not too big a deal, to get a calf that fit and then had to have the tops taken in. Boo!

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  5. #25
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    Farmhouse Tack has a 17" wide tree Amerigo demo for sale - $2000 instead of $3600! http://www.farmhousetack.com/servlet...9mgaw.facebook



  6. #26
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    my boot just came in from the der dau sale from the tack shop and they also have a tag in them that say "the elite" made usa size 6 xlarge calf.

    i spoke to the tack shop in camden

    here's the scope they are der dau boots what happened is the company (der-dau) did not know what to call them so they are using several names

    in my case it is the elite by der dau the shop said that i would be able to send that back to der dau for repairs if needed as it is by them. hope this helps everyone!
    Last edited by Somatique; Sep. 17, 2012 at 02:49 PM. Reason: added info



  7. #27
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    Because I always troll ebay looking for deals!

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/CWD-SADDLE-1...item337c41f75a

    $1500 for a CWD!

    Seems like a deal?



  8. #28
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    That is a steal! Wow. I don't think I have ever seen one go that inexpensively.
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  9. #29
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    Default Birmingham jumps

    I bought two of the sets from eBay. Some other lucky person scarfed up the stone wall and boxes. They were a decent deal and the they are very nice to use. Especially the wing standards. The gate is heavier than I would hae expected. I get to try them before committing myself to a whole course! I spent 50 in gas though. Lol



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    Default Horze women's boots

    Im waiting for my order to come. If I was 20 years younger I'd buy the Susie tall boots at 50% off. So soft and stylish.

    Did anyone try the paddock boots.? I'm looking for comfort and quality.



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    Quote Originally Posted by slantedhorse View Post
    I bought two of the sets from eBay. Some other lucky person scarfed up the stone wall and boxes. They were a decent deal and the they are very nice to use. Especially the wing standards. The gate is heavier than I would hae expected. I get to try them before committing myself to a whole course! I spent 50 in gas though. Lol
    I'm glad someone here got them!

    I just bought some jumps off our local CL ... .nice PVC from Premier Equestrian, and a really good price. But I knew better than to mention it on here before I had them in my hot little hands!



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    Quote Originally Posted by hequestrian View Post
    That is a steal! Wow. I don't think I have ever seen one go that inexpensively.
    I bet people were leery buying a saddle from someone with so little feedback. And all she's sold is saddles, in all different sizes recently. Makes you pause for a moment and wonder if they're stolen?!
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    Here is a Hermes saddle for under $500. Seems like a good deal to me.

    http://denver.craigslist.org/grd/3295564413.html



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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciJumper View Post
    Here is a Hermes saddle for under $500. Seems like a good deal to me.

    http://denver.craigslist.org/grd/3295564413.html
    Nah, that's about what small size plan flap saddles go for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vxf111 View Post
    Nah, that's about what small size plan flap saddles go for.

    Welcome to the boards!
    Saving $2k isn't bad
    http://used.cwdsellier.com/saddle/detail/391/#content



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    Quote Originally Posted by maigenesis View Post
    CWD is dreaming if they have a plain flat 16.5 Hermes for $2000!

    Do a search of completed auctions on eBay. Plain flaps in small sizes just don't go for much...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-HERMES-...item337c3b3d67

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/16-5-HERMES-...item416a8039d7
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    TOTD has semi-lined fleece pads for $89.75 made by Equine Comfort Products in CC, all purpose, and dressage. I don't need another pad, I don't need another pad!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridinwyoming View Post
    TOTD has semi-lined fleece pads for $89.75 made by Equine Comfort Products in CC, all purpose, and dressage. I don't need another pad, I don't need another pad!
    I don't need another pad either BUT, how bad would it be to show in the hunters in one of the cream colored ones? Thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by besttwtbever View Post
    I don't need another pad either BUT, how bad would it be to show in the hunters in one of the cream colored ones? Thoughts?
    If your horse has super sensitive skin and you need to use sheepskin, go for it... otherwise, I think they always end up looking too bulky. The fact that it is only half-lined may help with this but in general I don't love the look. Distracting.



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