Tough-1 Comforted Gaited Shank Bit

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Tough-1 Comforted Gaited Shank Bit

$30.74

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Comfort Gaited Shank Bit
 
Stainless steel with inlaid copper mouth and copper roller. A gentle, pinch free mouthpiece that extends beyond the horse’s lips for better communication, plenty of tongue relief, and resistance free action across the tongue, bars, and lips. Flush brass fittings in the pinch-less mouthpiece and cheek pieces with smooth, independent action from side to side.
 
Fits 4 1/2” to 5 1/2” mouths. 5" shank.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E015667 24300-0-0 688499236720

Product Reviews by Customers

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September 16, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
love it better yet my horse loves it 5 star rating thanks
August 4, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
I was lookin fer a bit fer my Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse I saw this bit decided ta try it and after my horse got use ta it she became more responsive softer in the mouth I would recommend this bit ta anyone
July 16, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
LOVE THESE BITS
I have used these bits for many years. I started out using the Imus bits, but they were overpriced. I was so happy when I found these ones for $30. I have never had a problem with these. The one thing I will say is that when they are used a lot over the years, they do get a little loose around the copper and it can pinch the horse's tounge. Very satisfied customer
April 18, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Best bit for my horses!
Been using this style of bit on all gaited horses (Rocky Mountain Gaited, Tennessee Walking Horse, and Spotted Racking Horse) and they love I! These horses are also certified Police Horses - I 've tried other bits over the years and this is the only bit I use now.
September 24, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Great Bit !
Someone suggested this Comfort Gaited bit. This bit is wonderful. I noticed a huge difference in the way my horse handled after using this bit. Before I had trouble getting her to take a bit but after using this one a couple times, she now lowers her head and opens her mouth for it. This one worked so well with her that I just bought another for my other horse.... and neither are gaited horses!!!!

Durability: 5
June 13, 2017


Durability: 5
April 13, 2017


Durability: 5
April 2, 2017
Horse likes it.
Curious how a similar, higher priced bit would work with our paso fino. Decided to try this one first before spending the money. He does really well with it and it appears to be sturdy. I will not be purchasing the more expensive bit, there is no need to.

Durability: 4
September 24, 2016
Excellent Value
Excellent value for a gaited horse bit.

Durability: 4
February 24, 2016
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Love this bit. Bought it for my mule three years ago. Just ordered two more for extra Bridles.
Joanne S on Aug 7, 2018
I used to have this bit and it worked well with my gaited horse. It was lost in space....never knew what happened to it actually.
Mollie B on Jun 21, 2018
Love this bit. Bought it for my mule three years ago. Just ordered two more for extra Bridles.
Joanne S on Aug 7, 2018
similar to the bit my twh was using before I got him
Dianne R on Aug 4, 2018
I used to have this bit and it worked well with my gaited horse. It was lost in space....never knew what happened to it actually.
Mollie B on Jun 21, 2018
I found this bit a few years back and have used them on all my gaited horses with success. The horses seem to like them too! I recommend this bit to anybody and everybody!
Kristiina F on Mar 28, 2018
similar to the bit my twh was using before I got him
Dianne R on Aug 4, 2018
I found this bit a few years back and have used them on all my gaited horses with success. The horses seem to like them too! I recommend this bit to anybody and everybody!
Kristiina F on Mar 28, 2018
Does this bit rotate in the middle? Does it swivel at the sides? Does the bar bend on each side?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: State line tack sells this bit as the premium bit this is not true the ones they have shipped me twice are just the plain comfort bits. The true tough one premium gaited bits not only have a copper roller in the middle on the actual mouth piece but also has copper rings on each side of the shanks where the mouth piece attaches. Do your research before you buy this from state line tack because they are not actually sending you the real premium bits google it then compare to what you actually received from state line .. karen maguire
How wide is this bit?
A shopper on Dec 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 5 inches! Very pleased with this bit! It's designed and functions identical to a Imus.
How can this bit fit a horse with a 4 1/2 or 4 3/4 mouth, if it's a 5 inch bit?
Kate S on Jul 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This bit only comes in one size... You could check and see if a tack shop (locally) could put something on either side as a 'bumper' to fill the excess space on the sides, if you feel the bit slides too much around in your horse's mouth. Hope this helps answer your question...
Independent action refers to a "hinge" on each side, right?
Brenda A on Apr 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The bit is hinged in the middle inside of the copper roller piece. It only hinges up and down, as in you can lift the shank with the rein independently on each side. The mouthpiece itself does not fold back and collapse as with a snaffle bit. When you apply even pressure with each rein, it acts as a solid bit. It works very much the same as a western Myler bit does. The shanks also pivot around the hinge where the mouthpiece is attached to the big ring on each side.