Cavallo Powdered Lilac

$95.00

Brand Cavallo

Cavallo is one of our favorite suppliers of fun, functional horse fashions and this season is certainly a winner!  

    The Harlow pad has zig-zag quilting pattern with integrated Cavallo logo.

    • Elegant look due to the shiny upper material.
    • Equipped with a wither protector from soft fake fur.
    • The double cord on the edging frames the saddle pad perfectly and is equipped with a tape in the middle.
    • There is a discreet, round Cavallo patch logo on each of the back corners.
    • The quick-drying and moisture-transporting mesh lining is particularly skin-friendly and offers maximum
    • comfort.
    • A shape-retaining padding allows the saddle pad a perfect positioning on the horse back.
    • The upper and lower girth straps can both be fixed with a velcro fastener.
    • Shell fabric: 100 % Polyester shiny satin fabric, Padding: 100 % Polyester, Lining: 100% Polyester

    The Hedda Fly Bonnet is great way to top off your outfit!

    • Fly hood made of quick-drying, skin-friendly functional jersey in the ear area.
    • The left ear is embroidered with the Cavallo lettering.
    • Head in crochet look.
    • Edging with shape-retaining cord in white and a black tape with golden shimmering threads.
    • Ears: 80% polyamide, 20 % polyester, Knit: 100% polyester

    The Henny Halter is a great way to match the Powdered Lilac line from Cavallo!

    • Comfortable padding on nose, bakes and neck.
    • All metal parts in dull silver.
    • Halter buckles with Cavallo logo and shiny rhinestones.
    • Noseband and neck adjustable due to pin buckles.
    • The noseband has two tonal cords framing a black tape with shimmering gold threads
    • The cheek pieces are finished with silver dull plates on which the Cavallo logo is embossed.
    • 100 % Polypropylen 

    Add the Harika lead rope to complete the look!!

    • In dull silver and decorative Cavallo metal plate with rhinestone.
    • Two-coloured.
    • Length: approx. 2.20 m  100 % Polypropylen