SIZES Head X Neck X Girth | Turn
4 3/4 x 17 1/2 x 35 | LT
5 1/4 x 21 x 40 | LT
5 1/2 x 22 x 46 | RT
5 3/4 x 24 1/2 x 50 | RT
As you can see we have two half walking bears. The irst one was introduced in 2009. It has both feet on the ground and its head looking up. This gives the customer the opion of hanging the bear close to the loor and yet the head is looking up since the bear is low. It can even be mounted without rods and no base so that it looks like it is coming out of the wall and walking on carpet. In 2010 we introduced our second walking bear. They are walking at a 25 degree incline. One of the front legs is lited of the ground in stride. The head is angled down to compensate for the body angling up. The head and neck are also raised in a more upright alert posiion. By angling the body up and liting the neck and head it naturally shows more of the chest. If a paricular bear has a unique white blaze this posiion is designed to accent it. Taxidermy Tip. I advise you to ask the customer how high on the wall they are planning on puing their bear. You can then change the angle of the head to match his height. It is common to see mounted bears that are looking over your head or down at your feet. You want that eye to eye contact. We designed are bears to have a mature, masculine leg posture.