Western & English Today

MAR 2015

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8 Western & English Today EARLY SPRING 2015 New Toddler boots for Fall 2015 www.smokyboots.com WHATEVER YOUR RIDING STYLE, KERRITS HAS YOUR BACK Whether riders prefer Western or English, the classic, f attering Convertible Turnout Jacket from Kerrits will suit them to a "T." This three-season, windproof, waterproof layer is cut in classic equestrian style yet brilliantly updated with modern functionality, such as a removable hood and dual-entry pockets. The elastic cinch at the back of the waist allows it to be worn loose and f owing or stylishly snug at the waist. The Convertible Turnout Jacket comes in pepper plaid, bronze plaid, arctic plaid and f int check. MSRP $159 (509) 493-4187; kerrits.com GUMLEAF BOOTS ARE REAL WELLIES! Wanna go Wellington? Raise the bar on your store's boots with these imported-from-Europe handmade, natural rubber boots by Gumleaf Boots from Butler Outdoor Gear. Shown here, the popular "Norse" Wellington Boots with a 4mm neoprene lining that af ords sumblime warmth even in sub-zero cold. The boots have sewn-in insoles and non-slip, deep tread soles. Boots are crafted of 85 percent rubber that simply won't crack. Contact Butler Outdoor Gear to become a Gum- leaf Boots retailer. (585) 955-3020; butlerog.com NEW PRODUCT roundup DESERT DREAM Evoking the hues of a soft Sonoran sunset, Que Chula Collection presents all-new colors and designs for 2015 in its elegant handbags, each hand-tooled and lined in sumptuous suede. Shown here are the Marcos tote in salmon, the Envelope in salmon and jute and the Ondalado Chico in beige obscuro. MSRP $210-$390 Visit Que Chula Collection in the Western Temps on 12 at the Dallas Western Market, Mar. 25-28. 505-250-1049; quechula505@gmail.com

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