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viking
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Capes

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Today came the mailman with a nice package:
Hebert/Miner Cree saddle, Coq De Leon Natural Dun ( with a beautiful bronze hue in it...doesn´t show in the pic, Whiting High & Dry capes Coachman Brown, Grizzly and Golden Badger ( No black tips :) ).

Fatman
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Very Nice - That had to set your wallet back a bit!!!

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dazwah
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hey how do the high and dry capes compare to the other whiting dry capes? I usually get hebert minor capes.

viking
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I love the High & Dry capes, absolutely beautiful. I got grizzly, brown, coachman brown, barred dark ginger, golden badger, white and dyed dun. The dyed dun got some dark spots but they´re fine. The capes got stiff fibers and thin stems. I will buy Hebert/Miner if I want natural dun colours otherwise I buy High & Dry.
//Janne

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Fatman, don´t worry, I got discount(Pro Teamer).
//Janne

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Hi Janne,
I agree High and Dry capes are great.Very robust.
Jim

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