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Review by GaitPost Magazine

  • By Joanna Wiseberg


Red Scarf Equestrian introduces Equestrian Luggage — an exciting new line including these uniquely styled boot bags.

Riders seem to be traveling more and more these days. In this issue of GaitPost alone we have news of riders travelling to Hong Kong, Italy, Invitational competitions, local clinics and various horse shows. So, here is a timely review on an item from the new luggage line of the Canadian company, Red Scarf Equestrian — a luxury boot bag from Red Scarf’s Pro Rider line.

The Pro Rider collection offers the equestrian industry’s largest variety of bags, from purses to large duffel and garment bags. Red Scarf states on their website that the boot bag is their best selling bag, which comes as no surprise to me. It is offered in three colours: black, powder blue, or trendy soft pink with brown leather trim. The pink and  brown bag is a real head turner.

No expense has been spared in the making of this bag, including its design; it is functional and attractive. I put it to the test with my Dressage boots, which have a Spanish cuff that makes them extra tall. The height of the bag and zipper left ample room for my boots. I am 5'6" and the bag would easily accommodate boots for someone taller. A pocket on the outside of the bag is useful for stashing small items like hairnets, gloves, stocks, etc.

The whole bag is made of highly durable material and quality hardware, with a strong zipper that moves easily. Added features such as a leather information tag are extras that
add to the appeal of the bag.

I have no doubt that this bag will last and protect your expensive riding boots, though it is an investment in itself with a listed price of $249.00.

Red Scarf has stepped up and created an excellent equestrian luggage line to protect the
investments you have made in your tack and apparel. If you have equipment that is of value, then this high quality and stylish equestrian luggage will protect it stylishly.

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