Saddle Strings

Posted by John Brand on

Saddle strings are actually a very useful piece of your saddle, and anytime I have ridden in a saddle without saddle strings, I seem to have a need for them. 

Saddle strings are the long pieces of leather that hang off a saddle, typically from the back of the saddle. They are used tie up items such as jackets, saddlebags, lariats and other types of gear. They are usually attached to the saddle by slotted conchos, a D-ring or an O-ring using a slit braid. 

As with all things exposed to the elements, saddle strings can become worn. Buckaroo Leather has quite the color selection of saddle strings! Head on over to www.buckarooleather.com to replace yours!


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