Sick of having your expensive leather spur straps crack and look bad? These rubber spur straps not only look good all the time but are also easy to maintain, extremely durable and inexpensive. Black.
"Spurs Fall Down"
These spur straps were fine on my winter boots, but when I started riding in my summer paddock boots again, my spurs wouldn't stay up. They would clink against the pavement as I walked. I'm petite, but still wear a woman's size shoe. These might be okay if they punched the holes higher on the strap, but unless NF makes that change, they are a do-not-buy.
I love love love these! I bought them for all of my friends as Birthday gifts and they love them too! They fit anyone, and are SO comfortable since they don't bind into your boots...
"Great for schooling"
I've used these for a couple of years. I think they hold my spur in place very well. When putting them on your spurs you have to not leave as much room, because they have a little stretch compared to leather; however, I loved that because you can leave them on your boots and still get your boots on! I cut the ends to shorten them, and they wipe clean.
"Way too stretchy!"
These spurs are way too stretchy! when the spur makes contact with the horse, the rubber strap doesn't hold the spur in place. My spurs just kept falling off during use (and I'm not very spur-happy) regardless of how tight I made the strap. Seemed like a really good idea but not very functional...