Barbour Tartan/Webbing Collar

Barbour Tartan/Webbing Collar
Barbour Tartan/Webbing Collar
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Tartan/Webbing Collar by Barbour
The lightweight Barbour Tartan/Webbing Collar keeps your pup stylish and comfortable when the two of you venture out of the house. Its durable design trimmed with classic Barbour tartan provides a sophisticated aesthetic. It is also designed to match the Barbour Tartan Lead for a stylish ensemble for walks.

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SKU: BAO00ES
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