Weaver Stacy Westfall ProTack Split Reins


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Weaver Stacy Westfall ProTack Split Reins


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Product Summary:

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Weaver Stacy Westfall ProTack Western Split Reins
Like all of Stacy Westfall’s ProTack line by Weaver, these 5/8-inch wide, 8-foot long split reins undergo a special 4-step finishing process to give them the look and feel of a treasured heirloom. First, the reins are cut from high quality Hermann Oak® harness leather. Next the leather is dipped in oil, then dressed in saddle butter, and finally hand rubbed by Weaver’s skilled craftspeople until they look and feel as rich and supple as they can be. The result is beautiful, weather resistant leather reins that feel soft and supple in your hands, as if they’ve always been your favorite. The reins are finished with stainless steel hardware including buckle bit ends for easy bit changes.
• From the Stacy Westfall line of ProTack Oiled tack by Weaver Leather
• 4-step leather finishing process for exceptional look and feel
• Made with Hermann Oak® Leather
• Stainless steel buckle bit ends
Item Specifications:
Hermann Oak®
5/8” wide, 8’ long
Hermann Oak® Harness Leather

Product Reviews by Customers

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Buckles and leather match my western bridle. Basic, not bling.
Juadonna H on Jan 25, 2016
Circle Y quality. Love the design with the buckles.
Diane W on Dec 17, 2014
liked the looks of this rein
Laurie L on Aug 18, 2015
Could these be used for show reins? I show AQHA level.
Celeste L on Mar 31, 2017
Best Answer: While these reins are soft and supple, they are a much lighter oil than the picture. They are similar to the oil color of harness leather. I ordered the headstall and reins, but returned both because of the light color. Was very disappointed because the quality is excellent. If you need a schooling set, then these are fine. I just like a darker oil and, no, I wouldn't show in them. They are more of a schooling set to me. Everyone is different I know, so this may or may not help. Again, the reins felt great, but don't look great with the horse and plain headstall that matches.
Reply · Report · Vicki T on Mar 31, 2017
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Are these reins the same color as the Weaver Pro Tack split reins that tie?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2015
Best Answer: Color: Hermann Oak harness leather
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Sep 8, 2015
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