Browning's New Horsehair Slings

posted on May 17, 2010

Browning's new line of Horsehair slings features a braided horsehair shoulder strap, an all-leather reinforcement and a thumb loop. These slings are available in one size (that fits most), and are available in Timber, Royal, Black and Driftfood colors. The suggested retail price is $59.95.

In addition, Browning has introduced:

The Buffalo Nickel Sling which comes in a basket weave design and a full-grain leather construction with suede backing and buffalo nickel overlays. The suggested retail price is $69.95.

The Southwestern Sling which features a Jacquard weave pattern in southwestern style with full-grain leather construction and suede backing. The sling is accented with braided horsehair inlays. The suggested retail price is $69.95.

The Barbed Wire Sling
which features a twisted leather cord that provides a barbed wire look, and comes in full-grain leather with suede backing. The suggested retail price is $69.95.

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