Alpaca Headcollar Buckle Fastening

£13.50
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Alpaca Headcollar Buckle Fastening

Smart 19mm web alpaca headcollar in a choice of colours and sizes. Traditional chrome buckle, rings and eyelets.

Fully adjustable around the nose, chin and neck for safety and comfort. Perfect for the show ring and for day to day handling.

Colours: Black, Red, Royal Blue, Brown, Green, Purple, Pink, Red Peruvian Stripe, Green Peruvian Stripe, Navy Peruvian Stripe.

Headcollar should fit around the nose just under the eyes.

 

 

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  • 5
    buckle headcollar

    Posted by Sue Kemp on 21st Oct 2019

    An excellent headcollar, lightweight with narrow webbing and small light fittings - a good fit.

  • 5
    Headcollars

    Posted by Jo on 7th Mar 2019

    Ordered 3 colours all excellent quality and lovely bright colours. Good adjustment too.

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