Like all of our Collars, the #16 Field Collar is American made. Made individually, using traditional methods and equipment. This collar is made with a high quality full grain leather.
It has a double, stitched and leather laced outseam, and a leather laced inseam for longer wear. It also has an extra heavy leather collar cap and an average draft of 18″.
This is one of the best field collars available. This is an extremely popular work collar and has been for many years. Sizes from 16″ – 32″
Also available with an adjustable collar cap which allows for sizes in increments of 3″, i.e. 21-22-23″. Collars are an important investment and we are glad to offer the adjustable cap at no extra charge.
Closures include your choice of Buckle and Strap or Patent Fastener. Available in black or russet leather.
Sizes 16-32″ to fit Shaped to fit Horses or Mules, just specify when you order. Available in Full Sweeny, Half Sweeny or Full Face or Mule/Donkey. Most sizes in stock.
The number 16 collar can also be made with a patent leather rim and back. Please call for prices and ordering for patent leather collars and allow 3 weeks.
Please measure carefully for your collar size.
How to Measure for a Collar:
- Use a collar measuring tool or make your own tool using two carpenter’s squares (L shaped rulers) or L shaped cardboard cutouts. Overlap the long sides of the two rulers or cutouts forming what looks like a letter C or one vertical side of a collar.
- Place measuring tool on the animal as if it were one vertical side of the collar. Place it just where you want the collar to sit on the animal at the wither and below the airway. Grip the tool so it won’t slip as you remove it. Be sure the two parts do not slip; then measure from the top to the bottom on the inside. That will be your collar size.
- Look from the front at your horse’s neck. You will be able to shape of the animal’s neck and determine the (sweeny) for the collar. Average, straight necks, i.e. thoroughbred, standardbred are FULL FACE. Necks that are wider at the bottom than the top, i.e. quarter horse, fjord, halflinger, most average drafts are HALF SWEENY. Necks that are heavy and thick all the way up are FULL SWEENY. Mules and Donkeys have their own special shaped collars. Their necks are flatter on the sides and more straight than horses.
If you are unsure or have other questions please feel free to just call Janie. She answers from 8am to 8pm pacific time every day and will return your call if she can’t answer when you call.