Silver Fox Laced Reins

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Buy 2 or more, each at $14.89
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Buy 6 or more, each at $14.25

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

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Product Summary:

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Silver Fox Laced Reins
Quality leather laced reins.  Hand woven leather lacing with hook studs.
Size:  1/2" wide, 55" long

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT! CANT BEAT THIS PRICE! Just got these reins in and cant believe how supple they are for the price!!! There is nothing wrong with these reins and I will be ordering more. April 1, 2012
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These reins are my SECOND order - they're wonderful for my unique purpose: trimming the top of rough plaster walls around the total perimeter of a large bedroom in an extreme English equestrian theme. now that it is done, I decided to trim the top of the built-in bed canopy as well, so ordered two more. They are wonderfully soft and flexible and rich-looking so they're perfect for my design AND at a great price!
Barbara W on Mar 4, 2015
Its what my daughter liked
Cynthia G on Aug 2, 2014
bought black
ANITA C on Jan 1, 2015
I needed and extra pair these seem to be a good choice.
CHRISTINEA P on May 5, 2014
are these reins i could use for jumping my horse?
erinandcoffee on Jul 29, 2014
Best Answer: I'm sure you could - I'm not experienced with jumping. I ride dressage, and they are plenty long for my Arab mare, so I'm sure it would work fine. You'll want to work them frequently with saddle soap (I use Leather New) to get them as pliable as you will probably want them more quickly.
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