IVC Synthetic Harnesses are built to our specifications by skilled craftsmen in the USA using quality USA-made Beta® and Granite® coated webbings from the BioThane® company in Ohio. These products wear like iron and will look like new for years to come! No flaking or peeling, no rubbery or plasticky feel, no overly shiny or cheap looking finishes. BioThane remains flexible in cold weather, resists breaking, and cleans up to like new! BioThane is the only American made material of the leading US horse harness brands!
When you order an IVC Harness, you are assured of getting a quality product at a reasonable price. We work with our harness maker to ensure your harness is suited to your needs with fit and comfort for your horse. We invite you to compare our harnesses and we hope you will agree…we offer The Best Harness for Quality & Features...to Value.
Our Harnesses have been "packaged" into typical levels that most people order, Traditional, Enhanced, and Endura. All our harnesses are still available a la carte, so you can choose exactly which features you would like. Our harnesses are made to fit your horse(s).
- We require a deposit of 50% down. When you complete your order, your card will be charged 50% of the total harness order. (The receipt may indicate the full amount has been charged, but we will send an updated receipt.) You may also send a check for the deposit.
- The completed Measurement Chart is also required to place your order with the harness maker. Please submit either via email or USPS.
- The balance of the harness and the shipping charges are due upon delivery of the harness. If the harness maker determines that the harness measurements are a different size than what is ordered, the final invoice will be adjusted to reflect the proper size.
Want all our harness grades and prices in one place? You can download our tri-fold Complete Harness Brochure.
Need to know how to care for your new synthetic harness? See here: Synthetic Harness Maintenance
Need hints on measuring for a new harness? See here: Harness Measuring Mistakes