Weaver Trail Gear Water Bottle Holder

$15.45
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Brown

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Orange

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Product Summary:

 
Weaver Leather Trail Gear Water Bottle Holder

Weaver Trail Gear Water Bottle Holder is a convenient holder that features an elastic opening that securely grips water bottle and a reflective accented front pocket with hook and loop closure for easy access to cell phone, keys or other small necessities. A strap at the top with a black plastic quick-release buckle and a black plastic dee at the bottom provide easy attachment to a saddle.

Features:

  • Convenient
  • Elastic opening that securely grips water bottle
  • Reflective accented front pocket
  • Hoop and loop closure for easy access to cell phone, keys, or other small necessities
  • Strap at top with black plastic quick-release buckle
  • Black plastic dee at bottom provides easy attachment to saddle
Item Specifications:

Color:
Black
Brown
Orange
Camouflage

Dimensions:

(3.5” D x 10” H) with 3.5” L x 7.5” H x 2” W pocket

Model Number:

15-0207

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E015643 BLK 15-0207-BK 000399683013
Brown E015643 BRN 15-0207-BR 000399683020
Camo E015643 CAM 15-0206-B1 000399683006
Orange E015643 ORG 15-0207-OR 000399683037

Product Reviews by Customers

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perfect size for short trail rides
Denise O on Aug 24, 2018
perfect size for short trail rides
Denise O on Aug 24, 2018
This is too big to fit standard size water bottles and it bounces around too much. I thought I would like it but it's just too cumbersome to mess with!
Bonnie G on Nov 19, 2017
This is too big to fit standard size water bottles and it bounces around too much. I thought I would like it but it's just too cumbersome to mess with!
Bonnie G on Nov 19, 2017
What size bottles will this hold? I have a 24 oz blender bottle that I love to use. Will it fit?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Ive never put a Blender bottle in but it will hold the 20+ oz water bottles. Ive had one for over a year and never had anything not fit really. Regular 12oz fit all the way almost to the cap so its nice and deep and they have room in there. The only issue ive had is it has a small tear on the strap that holds it... Guess its not ment for full gallops, thats probably my bad. Otherwise its been great and the front pocket is perfect for a phone
Does the water bottle come with it? Is it BPA free?
A shopper on Sep 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Water bottle does not come with it. I just use water bottles from the store. I do like it as it has a place for my cell phone, small sun block and lip sun block in front of the bottle holder
How large of a water bottle can it hold? Ounces?
Missy on Jul 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I can easily fit a 16 - 18 oz. bottle of water in my bag. Anything with a wider diameter would be difficult to get in the bag. A tall bottle will fit as long as it isn't wider than a normal size bottle... I particularly like the added pocket.
Will this stay securely wrapped around saddle horn?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The strap is adjustable and can get pretty small. Unless you are galloping, in which case everything on the saddle should be tied down, I think it would stay. There is a strap on the back, and a plastic loop that you can tie a saddle string through to secure the bottom down.