‘We Don’t Have Tack For That’ Presented by ThinLine: Hermès Edition
How much do you think this green crocodile leather mini-saddle costs?
Have a guess? In the immortal words of Bob Barker, come on down! And the price of this Hermès mini-saddle is…
Dang. Here are a few other equestrian items from the Hermès Equestrian Collection that have “surprising” price tags:
Hermès hoofpick: $260
Hermès bit: $290
Hermès soft brush: $355
Hermès rubber reins: $435
Hermès short-sleeve riding polo: $495
Hermès shock-absorbing pad: $710
Hermès spurs: $910
Hermès women’s riding breeches: $990
Hermès show rug: $1,075
Hermès grooming bag: $1,575
Hermès women’s competition jacket: $1,850
Talaris Saddle: From $10,000
ThinLine may not be able to stop you from spending 20 grand on a mini-saddle, but they can keep you and your horse performing at your best. ThinLine pads use non-compression technology to dissipate impact and pressure, creating a more comfortable riding experience for you and your horse.
Check out ThinLine’s complete line of shock-absorbing saddle pads and other products for horse and rider, including saddles, horse boots, hoof pads, tack and more. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter as well!
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