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Western & English Today 13 EARLY SPRING 2014 SUMMER SIZZLER Count on sales of Scully's Cantina Collection to skyrocket along with the soaring temperatures — the collection continues to grow, as ladies are craving more and more of Scully's f attering, 100 percent Peruvian cotton creations. Shown here is the sassy, above-the-knee Style No. PSL140, with a wide shirred elastic waist and a lace-rimmed bodice. A lace panel is also inset into the gathered skirt. Embroidery on the bodice and skirt add to the appeal of this carefree cutie. Available in XS, S, M, L and XL. MSRP: $80. (805) 483-6339; scullyleather. com IN THE BLAZING COLORS OF THE MAYANS Nicole Kristmann, creator of Soul Shine Horse Wear, has journeyed to remote South American villages to procure the hand-woven fabrics dyed with native fruits, berries and vegetables of the region that are the basis for her rainbow-hued saddle pads. Soul Shine saddle pads, available in both Western and English conf gurations, are then manufactured in the USA from these brilliant and durable fabrics. And although each fabric is unique, the group shares uniform high quality. Perhaps best of all: The hand-looming of Soul Shine Saddle Pads helps procure education, medical supplies and housing for women and children in these remote villages, while keeping an ancient artisan craft alive. Call or email for wholesale pricing. (321) 951-1522; soulshinehorsewear.com TACK UP IN GYPSY SOULE STYLE The Gypsy Soule Collection of breastcollars and headstalls from Martin Saddlery weds Martin's superior construction to the trend-setting, bold panache of Gypsy Soule in a f amboyant power statement sure to resonate with conf dent cowgirls. The collection features a dazzling array of painted and embossed leathers embellished with hand-applied reycyced metal studs and precious stones. Call or email for wholesale pricing. (888) 308-2386; martinsaddlery.com RIGHT ON TARGET SureShot Jewelry has hit the bull's-eye with its "Shot Thru the Heart" shotgun casing necklace, shown here in the Winchester 12-gauge version. This necklace features a Thai antique silver heart-shaped pendant with a lightly etched design across the front and a smooth back. Brass 12-gauge casing is set in SureShot's signature rope bezel. A pistol charm and an antique silver heart charm complete the theme. The pendant hangs on a matching antique silver cable chain with a lobster clasp closure. MSRP: $48. (314) 520-8388; sureshotjewelry.com JUSTIN BOOTS KICKS OFF ENGLISH BOOT COLLECTION WITH PADDOCK BOOTS, HALF CHAPS AND FIELD BOOTS Justin Boots kicks of 2014 with the introduction of its English Equestrian Collection. "We saw the opportunity to reach a new consumer in the English market and leveraged our boot-making expertise to reach a new discipline, while still of ering the performance and comfort features the Justin name is known for," says Louis Russo, brand manager for Justin Boots. "With this collection, English riders can enjoy a quality Justin boot at an af ordable price." One of the most innovative design elements in Justin's f eld boot is the medial patch, made from a state-of-the-art high-grip fabric with a "tackiness" that enables riders to better maintain leg position. The f eld boot is also built on a semi-curve last, which is more anatomically correct than a straight last. The f eld and paddock boots each have solid rubber outsoles with a forefoot tread pattern to aid in stirrup stabilization; cushioning, shock-absorbing footbeds; and durable urothene spur rests. Justin's half-chaps, available in black or chocolate (as are the paddock boots), share the same innovative medial patch with the f eld boots. Combined with the paddock boots, the appearance is similar to tall boots. MSRPs: Paddock Boot: $144; Half-Chap: $164,.Field Boot: $280. (321) 951-1522; justinboots.com 0314 New Product.indd 13 2/19/14 4:01 PM

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