Western Tack - New Durango Headstall From Weaver Leather

Western Tack Product Spotlight

The new Durango Rolled Sliding Ear Headstall from Weaver Leather looks just right whether used riding on the trail or executing a dazzling reining pattern in the arena. This 5/8” russet harness leather headstall has a doubled and stitched earpiece and features antiqued hardware accented by a longhorn steer design on the bit ends conchos, buckles, loops and tips. It features double cheek adjustments for versatility. A browband headstall and matching spur straps are also available.

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About Weaver Leather

At Weaver, We're Not Satisfied Unless You Are.

These are the principles upon which we were built. Some things never change . . .and some things never should. Weaver Leather finished products (pet, tack, arborist and personal accessories) are available exclusively through authorized dealers and distributors. As a product manufacturer, we do not sell directly to the consumer, but will be happy to help you find your nearest retailer if supplied with your city, state and zip code.

PLEASE NOTE: Our Supply Catalog features raw materials, supplies, equipment and tools and is available to dealer leathercrafters, saddlemakers, harnessmakers, hobbyists and fabricators of leather, nylon, Cordura® or felt products. To request a catalog a Federal Tax ID or Vendor's License number is required.

We're located in the scenic rolling hills of Ohio. Buggies, one room schools and local auctions are common sights here in the largest Amish settlement in the world. It is a community rich in the values of family, service and dedication to excellence through workmanship, values that are shared by the employees and craftsman of Weaver Leather.

Our dedicated craftspeople carefully choose the best quality leather, Cordura®, thread, hardware and other raw materials and then painstakingly cut, stitch and finish each item with great accuracy and care to create a beautiful end product.

We've been working with leather since 1973 when our founder, Harry Weaver, handcrafted that first leather halter and have learned many things along the way that only come from experience. Today, our dedicated craftspeople are trained with over 25 years of experience as our guide. We apply our knowledge to every item we manufacture to bring you the best quality product at the best value.

The Weaver Leather difference is truly in the details -- it's the way each stitch is precisely sewn for optimum durability and beauty. It's the way each thread is trimmed for a clean, finished look. It's the way each piece of hardware is chosen for its utility and great looks. See and feel the Weaver Leather difference for yourself. You'll be glad you did! Everyone at Weaver takes a personal sense of pride in their work to bring you beautiful, high quality products that will be treasured for many years.

We are deeply committed to the excellence of our work and the quality of our service and will go to great lengths to keep you a happy, satisfied Weaver customer.
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