Tough-1 Curved Rubber Spur Tie Down

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Product Summary:

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Tie downs fit around heel of boot and loops hook onto spur buttons and rowel to keep spur down in place on boots.       Sold in Pairs.

Size: S/M (Boot Sizes 5-8)
        L/XL (Boot Sizes 8.5-12)

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Martin R on Jan 26, 2017
These are great for keeping my spurs in place. I bought my first pair a year ago, and I wear them nearly everyday. They are just starting to show signs of wear. So I want to have a new pair to use immediately when my old ones give in. Otherwise my spurs tend to move around and they are not as functional.
Catherine A on Jul 16, 2016
They work great, keep spurs in place.
Judy F on Nov 19, 2016
They keep the spur from flopping around when loping and galloping. Low price, too.
Kevin O on Dec 14, 2015
Does the sizing in the product summary refer to men's boot size or women's?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2015
Best Answer: I wear a ladies size 7.5 Ariat lace up boot and I purchased a Small/medium spur tie down and they fit beautifully and work great.
Reply · Report · Marilyn H on Aug 1, 2015
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how did these work out? I have western spurs.
carol w on Oct 8, 2013
Best Answer: I could not get them attached onto the side of my spurs along with my leather spur straps. So at this point they are attached at the heel of my spur and under my boot heel. Not doing much good. You would be better off running a string, strap, wire (something of your choice) from each side of your spurs under your boot heel for stability. These straps won't provide that!
Reply · Report · Carla V on Oct 8, 2013
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are these sold in pairs?
Reuben M on Jul 9, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, these are sold in pairs.
Reply · Report · Equine Team *Staff on Jul 9, 2015
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what is the quality of the item?
Billy S on Jan 15, 2017
Best Answer: It's fairly durable. I bought a few pairs in the chance that the strap would break, but the original strap has not broken. I haven't noticed much stretching, and it does hold my spurs in place. I have used my straps for over a year, and probably take them on and off my boots a few times a week for lessons.
Reply · Report · Madeline J on Jan 15, 2017
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I'm looking to buy Tony Lamas with a 1 5/8" Buckaroo heel. i need spurs when i ride and so the spurs usually fall off when I'm riding because of the heel, so if i got these will it fix that or will they still fall off the heel?
Misty N on Nov 20, 2015
Best Answer: These should work. I carry a large set and a small set with me all the time and have converted a lot of my friends. They aren't beautiful by any means, but they do the trick. They also wear out , but not unreasonably quickly, hence the need to carry a spare. Also not too expensive, so you are not taking a big loss if they are not for you. Happy Trails!
Reply · Report · Debbi B on Nov 21, 2015
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do they really hold up really well for every day no slidon,moving around..and do the hold the spurs correctly?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2013
Best Answer: absolutely they do! I love mine and I ride 6-7 days a week, 5 - 10 miles a day. Hold my spurs perfectly. I do live in AZ and keep them at the barn when not on my feet. They will eventually dry out/crack/break. So I always keep a spare set (as only one breaks at a time) - I usually go through about 2 pairs a year. By far the least expensive piece of tack that I use EVERY day and don't like riding without.
Reply · Report · Christina M on Oct 8, 2013
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