Saddle and tack looks, performs and feels the best when it's properly looked after. If you're willing to shell out for top of the range equestrian equipment, it makes sense that those high quality leather surface receive a little star treatment.

Waterman's have handpicked some brilliant products that offer all-round protection and prove that caring for your tack needn't be a complex affair.

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Lincoln Glycerine Spray Soap - 500ml Your go-to for protecting and maintaining the quality of your equestrian leathers. The trusted Lincoln Classic Glycerine Soap Bar has been cleverly condensed into a handy spray bottle, nourishing your saddle and tack for the days and years to come. Belvoir Tack Conditioner Wipe - 15 Wipes Clean your tack in a flash with these super convenient conditioning wipes that instantly add a healthy shine and shielding protection at an extremely affordable price. NAF Soft Soap Leather Care - 450g In need of a deep clean? This soft soap leather care lifts away dirt, grime and grease without damaging the surface of the leather. The perfect way to give your saddlery a new lease of life Lincoln Tack Tray Cover Keep your work space organised with this portable grooming tray featured in a range of colours. Perfect for storing and carrying everything you need from conditioners to soap bars. NAF Neatsfoot Oil - 500ml Bring the natural moisture back into brittle leather tack with Neatsfoot Oil. Designed to soften and nourish even the most dry and worn-out leather, this oil is fast acting, easy to use and kind to stitching. Effax Leather Balm - 500ml Effax leather balm contains a combination of lanolin, avocado oil and moisture repellent beeswax for complete, all-round care and shine. Ko-Cho-Line Leather Dressing - 225g This traditional, thick, greasy dressing is designed to bring leather items back to life. It's perfect for protecting your saddle and tack against mould and mildew and can also be used on metal components to prevent rusting.  


Post By Ed Mason