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    Peruvian Paso Tack Making

    1. Is the tack sold in this web site made in Peru?
    2. What type of leather do you use in your saddle making?
    3. What type of rawhide do you use in your headgear/bridles making?
    4. What material do you use to make your tree saddle?
    5. What are the advantages/disadvantages of suede seats vs. slick?
    6. What is your saddle build time?

    1. Is the tack sold in this web site made in Peru?

      Yes, It is. We make and market our tack by higher quality of materials and work in the manufacturing of our saddles.



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    2. What type of leather do you use in your saddle making?
      We are use premium cowhide.  It is good leather, durable and strong. Skirts and underskits saddle, Carona, Guarnicion (floron and retrancas) and leather stirrups are made with this leather.



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    3. What type of rawhide do you use in your headgear/bridles making?
      We use a processing rawhide goat to get it in natural color, however for custom orders, we use white rawhide made of special processing to get major softness and evenness color in the final touch.

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    4. What material do you use to make your tree saddle?
      It's made of a strong wood covered completely with processing rawhide.

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    5. What are the advantages/disadvantages of suede seats vs. slick?
      Once again, your preference pays the largest role in deciding which seat material you want to go with, but here are some of the advantages/disadvantages to each:

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    6. What is your saddle build time?
      It varies a little from 2- 3 weeks depending on the time of the year.  Usually 2 weeks is a good estimate, although there may be times when the riding season or hunting season are heating up that are particularly busy...and holidays also slow down the process. 

      There are certain circumstances that can cause a saddle build to take longer, but we do try to keep you informed every 5 days about your build and we let you know right away if there are any delays.



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