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An especially crucial aid for trail riders who do solo horseback riding, the Cashel Ankle Safe Pack allows you to carry all the necessary items you need so you are prepared and safe on your ride. This compact and comfortable ankle wrap offers a place to carry your essentials in the event you are separated from your horse. With a design that is so lightweight and comfortable, you will not know it is there until you need it!
- Sleek, Lightweight & Non-Bulky Design
- Cell Phone & Checkbook Compartments
- ID/Cash Pocket, Key Holder & Whistle Pocket
- Elastic Loops for Small Flashlight or Canister
- Padded Inner Lining for Chafe-free Comfort
- Adjustable Elastic Leg-Band Closures
With a universal design that is lightweight and functional the Cashel Ankle Safe is great for joggers, hikers, and mountain bikers too! Love this idea but need something a little smaller? Try the Small Cashel Ankle Safe Kit.
One size, fully adjustable.
Dimensions: 7 ½" Height. Largest Pocket: 4 ½" Width.
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Comments: This Ankle Safe is amazing. Should be called the Ankle Trunk, though! You can put SO much stuff in it, yet it stays small and rides quiet. No issues with durability, and I ride in it 3-4 times a week. No interference with my boots/half chaps, either. My only complaint is that it might be TOO big, with too many options to stash, but I think that's a good thing...
From: Christine - Kennewick, WA, U.S.A.
Comments: I use mine every time I head out on the trail. This handy little thing secures my phone, GPS, keys, ID, chapstick, flashlight, utility knife, and some twine to my person so that if I were ever separated from my horse, I would have all these things with me. I wear it just below my knee (over my half chaps) on my right side for easy access in the saddle but have worn it on my arm as well. Multiple attachment points make this amazingly adjustable to different sizes. All trail riders need this!
From: Michelle - Sunnyvale, California, U.S.A.
Comments: The Ankle Safe Kit did not last a day before it was damaged. I put a blunt metal tool, all smooth and round, in the small compartment with the zipper and when i returned from the ride (only one hour), the fabric was torn. I repaired it myself but i am certainly not buying anything else from that brand.
From: Michael - Vienna, Austria
RW Response: Customer satisfaction is our number one concern, and we always stand behind our products here at Riding Warehouse. If an item is faulty, we will see to it that a replacement or refund is provided right away. Never hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and helpful Customer Service Department, and we will ensure that your needs are met!
Comments: I love my ankle safe! I frequently ride by myself in remote areas and this handy little stow pouch gives me peace of mind knowing that if I were to be separated from my horse, I will have my safety tools/cell phone with me. Before I tried it I was a little worried it might be annoying or too bulky. However, it's not as bulky as it looks in the photo, and I don't even notice it when I'm riding. I forget I'm even wearing it! Anything you would want on your person fits easily and it's even easy to access from the saddle. I highly recommend the Ankle Safe for everyone who ever trail rides alone.
From: Liz - Sandpoint, Idaho, U.S.A.
Comments: Loved it while it lasted. On the trail, it is so much safer to have your phone, GPS, and various other things on your person, rather than on the horse, just in case you get separated. The only problem I had is that the elastic wore out prematurely.
From: Sissi - Greenwell Springs, Louisiana, U.S.A.
RW Response: At Riding Warehouse we work hard to ensure our customers are completely satisfied. If an item is faulty, we will see to it that us or the manufacturer replaces it for you. Our 365-Day No Questions Asked Free Return Policy is another safety measure for our customers. Thank you for your feedback!