Cab Shoulder Bag
Cab Shoulder Bag
Cab Shoulder Bag
Cab Shoulder Bag

Cab Shoulder Bag

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Color : Navy


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What Inspired Us To Make This Bag:

The design was developed in France in the eighteenth century. The cab is a shortening of cabriolet. Other horse-drawn cabs include a rear door and seats for four passengers; formerly used as a two-wheeled cab.

The Cab shoulder bag can be worn cross body or as a shoulder bag. It's unique closing top and shape make it a great conversation piece. It’s roomy and structured to hold all of your items. Italian vegetable tanned leather make this bag extremely hard wearing. A special removable zipper compartment is located inside the bag for your valuables. This leather gains more character as it ages. This is a great daily use bag!

Product Details:

-Unique envelope top closure

-Hand made from Italian vegetable tanned cow hide

-Gold finished hardware

-Adjustable and detachable shoulder strap 3/4”.

-Dimensions Top 9W, Bottom 6W x 4.5D x 9H


Ask the Experts Why They Choose Freedman's
Kristen Cater, Cater Stables
“The new World Cup HP is state of the art equipment. Freedman’s has yet again taken saddle and rider fit and set up to a whole new level. The new bar system allows for more precise adjustments to insure your rider is in the most optimal position for them and their horse. All while maintaining the quality leather, seat and grip of the World Cup Super Grip. The stirrup bar adjustments are easy to use and the saddle maintains the same great look as before. We love it!”
Jimmy Stachowski, Stachowski Farms
“Freedman's new World Cup HP Saddle is a level above anything else out there. The adjustable bar system is new and has five positions that allow us to put our riders in the leg position that best suits them and their horse. It's the same great saddle, but with improved function and fit for the rider."
Merin Maggi, Maggi Stables
“I switched to the Hunter SG Saddle and have had amazing results. My old saddle, which was designed for jumping, was a little more slick and not as much comfort and stability. The difference I notice in the Freedman’s, is you have shoulder freedom, you have comfort, a deeper seat, and a slightly larger saddle…you get a better performance from the horse and the rider.”