IVC Leather Harness
Leather Horse Harness
Why IVC Leather Harness?
IVC leather horse harnesses are built to our specifications by skilled craftsmen in the USA using US vegetable tanned leather from Wickett & Craig. Vegetable tanned leather is considerably superior to chrome tanned leather, especially imported leather which is known to break, flake, or smell horrible! When you order an IVC leather horse harness, you are assured of getting a quality product at a reasonable price that will feel amazing, smell delightful, and last for years to come. 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.
What About the Size?
Our harnesses are made to fit your horse(s).
Can I Get Custom Features?
Our harnesses have been "packaged" into typical features that most people order, Traditional, Enhanced, Elite, and Extra Elite. All our harnesses are still available a la carte, so you can choose exactly which features you would like. Russet harness available for a 15% upcharge.
What is the Process to Order a Harness?
◾As of 2023, we charge the full price of the harness up front. This saves us having to bill you later for the 2nd half of the harness. FREE domestic SHIPPING on full harness sets.
◾The completed Measurement Chart is required to place your order with the harness maker. Please submit either via email or USPS. Measurements will NOT be accepted via text or Messenger.
1/1/23 - Turnaround time for a complete harness has been running about 8 weeks. Individual parts (unless it is something we typically stock) have been about 4 weeks. Please plan ahead with your orders and have patience once they have been ordered.
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 leather harness? See here: Leather Harness Maintenance
Need hints on measuring for a new harness? See here: Harness Measuring Mistakes