Leather Elastic Side Reins

$24.49
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Leather Elastic Side Reins

$24.49

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Product Summary:

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Elastic side reins made of quality leather.  Sold in pairs.  Measures: Shortest 36.5", Longest 40".  Measurements taken with product un-stretched.
 
Color: Brown

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Highly recommended by others
Amy S on Jun 7, 2015
simple western style
CHRISTOHER M on Apr 7, 2015
I like the durability of leather and was willing to spend a little more for a better product that will last longer.
Charly H on May 22, 2015
Quality of the item and expected durability.
Phyllis R on Mar 5, 2015
it says "reins" is the price for one rein or two?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2014
Best Answer: I bought this a while back, they're great side reins. The term "reins" basically means the set of reins so you do get the 2 reins, one for the left side and one for the right although they are interchangeable.
Reply · Report · Alicia J on Dec 10, 2014
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When you lunge in these side reins, do you hook them to the hooks next to the pommel? I've used side reins before just ones that hook around the girth.
Appy Girl. on Mar 2, 2014
Best Answer: You could hook those to the hooks next to the pommel, but I'm not sure if that will give you the desired headset angle. I attach the clips to my girth buckle and it works great and gives the same angle from bit to girth as the side reins you previously used.
Reply · Report · Courtney P on Mar 2, 2014
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I am hoping to use these on a 18 hand draft mix at my barn that I am planning on leasing, do you think it will fit him?
KaylaT1888 on Apr 27, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Kayla,

I use these side reins on my 17hh Warmblood gelding and they are long enough for him. He has quite a long neck and I believe these reins should fit your big draft mix as well.

Good luck.
Edwin
Reply (1) · Report · Edwin M on Apr 29, 2014
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