For any horse lover, the tack is extremely important. Not only does it need to be comfortable for the horse, it needs to be functional, reliable and durable, as well as easy to clean, and, as an added bonus, it would be nice if it looked good too. It's so rare to find any tack which fills all these criteria. Here at pampeano, one of the world's leading leather accessory brands, we strive for perfection in our quality. Our unique browbands are made from top grain Argentine cow leather, vegetable tanned, hand stitched using durable wax dipped saddlery threads, and fixed together with sturdy brass buckles. They are butter soft, reliable, and with the traditional Aztec pampa diamond motif, they look great, too. We have now increased our browband range to have more colourways.
pampeano browbands are a standard size - 40cm long and 2.5cm wide and will fit any bridle. The unique thing about our browbands is the hand stitched decoration: the pampa diamonds, a traditional polo pattern, has deep roots in equine sporting history. Many of the browbands - the Sierra, the Audaz and the Petalo, for example - are based on some of our most loved colour ways for our iconic polo inspired pampeano belts. This way, you can coordinate with your horse if you opt for matching browband to belt. Furthermore, we also offer dog collars and leads with some of these patterns, so your horse can match with your dog for those long country hacks where both horse and hound are along for the ride. There are a range of stunning options to choose from, so explore and enjoy the artisanal excellence.
Our browbands are reasonably priced as well as very high quality, so the value for money you receive is unrivalled. For this reason, these browbands make great gifts for any horse lovers in your life. Any horse owner always appreciates more tack! Another option would be to kit out your whole polo team or equestrian club with matching browbands, for a sense of cohesion. In any case, we hope you have enjoyed learning about our brand-new range of premium browbands, and we can't wait to see them on horses across the world.