Weaver Leather Suede Covered Barrel Rein

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Product Summary:

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At Weaver Leather, the difference is truly in the details. Their Barrel Rein is designed to be durable, customizable, weather resistant, and comfortable in hand. With over 35 years of experience, all Weaver products display a deep commitment to excellence.
• Constructed from russet leather
• Middle 36” covered in easy-to-grip suede
• Adjustable conway buckles at both ends
• Scissor snap at one end
• Nickel plated hardware
Item Specifications:
Size: 5/8” x 8’

Product Reviews by Customers

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I thought they were cool looking and a barrel rein. They turned out to be quite stiff with not a lot of feel. Probably won't buy those again. They're hanging in my trailer as spares right now.
PATRICIA D on Nov 3, 2015
love these reins - getting back up set
Jami C on May 6, 2014
SOPHIA S on Oct 18, 2014
I ordered blue I hope not turquoise color.
BEVERLY S on Apr 28, 2014
How does this hook to bridle with just one clip?
Alison S on Jun 4, 2015
Best Answer: Looks great !!!, It is so nice to just unhook one side if you need to. They are so comfortable to ride with. We got a lot of compliments. I purchased the black and got purple for my daughter. If you don't want the clip you can remove it and hook it straight up or add a clip to the other side very easy.
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how long are they?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: I can't say exactly . They are short though good for gymkhana or trail riding. I would say you would want longer ones for everyday riding or training .
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