Basic Nylon D-Ring Adjustable Elastic Side Reins

Basic Nylon D-Ring Adjustable Elastic Side Reins


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Product Summary:

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The Adjustable Web Side Reins by Performers 1st Choice® allow you to quickly and easily position the reins anywhere you need them. Sold in pairs.




·          Poly/nylon web with sewn-on Dees

·          Allows 6 different positions

·          Metal swivel clips

·          Attaches around the girth, looping through bit rings and reattaching at pommel or girth

·          Elastic ends with reinforced snap ends


Item Specifications:


Size:  47" from tip to tip, ring section is 9" L x 1" W.  Elastic piece is 10" L.
Color: Black
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Product These side reins are a bit on the small side but work great with my 15.1 hand quarter horse and have held up really well January 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice product I use these side reins when I train. They are tough but the first time I used them one of the rings broke through the stitching. And they are relativly small compared to some side reins that I use. Otherwise, I have gotten some great comments on them and I love them a lot. November 3, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good product I got these for my 2 y.o. warmblood (15.3 h) and they were really good quality but they were much too short. They were a touch snug without being doubled back through the bit and clipped to the rings, just snapping the end to the bit. I rectified the problem by just adding some double-ended snaps to the circingle rings though, so if you want to go ahead and pay $3 more for those, the reins are great. Good quality January 10, 2011