Noble Equine Bits N' Pieces Bridle Bag

Noble Equine

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The Noble Equine® Bits ‘N Pieces™ Bridle Bag is made out of 600-denier water repellent fabric and is fully padded to keep your tack protected. The long length keeps reins from bunching in the bottom. Two Duraflex® buckles prevent items from becoming tangled. These heavy-duty buckles won’t wear down like Velcro and won’t scratch or damage tack. A zip closure exterior pocket and large interior pocket provide additional storage. Included is a detachable top hanger to use when a hook is unavailable, and gold lining, making everything easy to find. The Bits ‘N Pieces™ Bridle Bag is built to be protective, convenient and accessible.

  • Fully padded bag protects two bridles
  • 2 heavy-duty quick release Duraflex® buckles hold bridles securely in place
  • Large inside drop pockets and zip closure outside pocket for added storage
  • Gold lining makes finding contents easy
  • Zipper around outer edge to fully open front panel for easy access
  • Heavy-duty detachable top hanger to hang bag when a hook is not available
  • YKK® zippers throughout

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