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#1 2015-07-16 20:01:18

cpony
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Where to buy pony masks.

There aren't too many places/vendors that sell horse head masks. The one's I know of are:

  1. Fury Fantasy (Leather masks)

  2. Bob Basset Studios (Leather masks)

  3. Wild Gas Masks (Latex masks)

  4. RamFX Studios (Latex masks)

  5. Goblin Art (Latex masks)

Do you know of any others?

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#2 2015-08-04 05:53:22

cpony
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

Speaking of pony masks, I received my very own mask a few weeks ago. I'm usually one to prefer a bridle during play because I really like the control it imposes on me, but I thought it would be cool to have a mask for walking in parades, or to get a more streamlined equine look.

Anyway, it wasn't until a couple days ago that I had a chance to take it out of the box and snap a few photos. I'll be posting more soon, and possibly a review as well, when I have a chance to try it on, but for now here's a photo of my brand new mask:

My new pony mask

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#3 2015-08-05 01:45:22

nightmarethestallion
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

That is one helluva gorgeous mask! Bob Basset, right? yikes

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#4 2015-08-08 03:58:52

cpony
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

Thanks! Yup, that's Bob Basset smile

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#5 2015-09-08 08:49:41

Nichrayzi
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From: Россия
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

I would like to buy a Isofrane strap in Russia. I hope that someone can help me and let me know where can I buy it.

I tried to buy some straps from UK, but the post service in Russia is a little bit... so I prefer to buy it inside of Russia

Best regards

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#6 2016-01-02 07:42:23

Mustang
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

Cool!

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#7 2016-01-04 07:17:14

cpony
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

Also, I was just made aware that there is an inexpensive latex pony hood option available. It's about $80. I have been told it is not sturdy enough to hold a bridle, but still, it might be a good way to see if you like the feel of wearing a hood.

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#8 2016-02-01 07:11:58

Bigred
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

I would love to get a pony hood, the furry fantasy masks are what caught my eye and made me look into pony play more.

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#9 2016-05-06 14:29:26

WinnPin
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

You can find them on eBay as well on occasion, bought my horse hood for $50 and my Fetisso brand hooves for $56. But you have to try many key words in order for the search engine to pull them up e.g. gummi latex horse hood, horse hood, rubber latex horse hooves, horse hoof, etc... Downside to the latex horse hood is the smell is strong and it takes time for the smell to go away. Looking to buy or make a leather hood soon however.
This is the hood I got and I like it for the most part, the zipper tends to catch my hair
http://m.ebay.com/itm/Fetish-Latex-Anim … SwHnFVtDwq

Last edited by WinnPin (2016-05-16 12:20:00)


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#10 2016-05-15 02:59:54

cpony
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

Cool! Thanks for the link WinnPin. That's a great deal on the hooves as well!

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#11 2016-05-16 10:52:15

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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

I will make sure to add a link when I come across hooves on ebay. Haven't seen them that cheap anywhere else.


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#12 2016-05-23 03:11:29

cpony
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Re: Where to buy pony masks.

That would be awesome! I'm looking to grab another pair myself (I had a pair unfortunately tear recently, but this was after several years of use).

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