Kincade Pastel Rainbow Reins

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1/2in x 48in

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5/8in x 54in

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Product Summary:

Kincade Pastel Rainbow Reins

Color:
Pastel Rainbow

Size:
Pony: 48" L x 1/2" W 
Horse: 54" L x 5/8" W
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1/2in x 48in SLT900412 048 221101 9329028445602
5/8in x 54in SLT900412 054 221100 9329028445596

Product Reviews by Customers

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Kincade Rainbow Reins
These are a beautiful pastel color and make it great for lesson students to keep their hands in the right area by keeping them on the right color. Love the quality and feel to them as well!
September 1, 2015
wonderful leather!
I bought these reins for a student of mine that has a hard time keeping her reins even. the leather is supple, and the quality is great. I would highly recommend these! I've paid more for grip reins and had less quality! I would purchase again
May 14, 2015
Mainly for School Horses
I would save these for bridles of school horses. They work really well with new riders. The instructor can just say "Shorter your reins to green" and it's a lot easier to understand for beginners than just "Shorter your reins". However, I think that that is pretty much it's only use.
March 15, 2015
Good product and worth the investment.
We use these reins in our trail riding business to help riders keep an even connection to the horse.Sometimes the rubber melts after repeated uses and it is probably due to chemicals, like hand lotions and sunscreens on riders hands.Hand washing prior to riding or using gloves would help them last longer.
September 4, 2014
Great!!
I dont personally own these but we use them at the barn i ride at. They are really great because my instructor can just say "shorten to blue" or "hands in pink" to help me know how to hold the reins :) great for beginners and they are colorful too! Just watch with them in heat...they can melt. They were stiff when we first used them but they have loosened up some. great product!
December 14, 2012
Pretty good
I love thease reins because they help me with training my new horse to know where my hands go but they give me blisters if i am not wearing gloves but besides that very nice.
March 13, 2012
Great! but one flaw :/
I was so amazed with the quality of these reins when i got them! they are a bit stiff when you first get them but as u ride with them they get better quickly!!! the rubber colors were a little lopped on mine :/ not quite even but the real flaw i was worried about was if they get hot they try to melt :S so if you realy love them like i did keep them cool!
September 8, 2011
Awesome Reins
I just got these reins today in the mail and they are amazing! I have only used them once but from what i saw and felt they are awesome! There are just two things.1. They were extremely stiff when they came out of the box and didn't show any signs of getting better when I rode.2. The price is really expensive. Unless you really want these reins, i would say get some that are a little cheaper.But overall they are AWESOME!
July 14, 2011
AMAZING
wonderful
August 30, 2010
Great For Lesson Programs And Beginers!
I don't have these myself but at my trainers they do. It really helps the beginers to know how short or long the reins should be when doing all 3 gaits. The instructor would just say "shorten your reins to the pink" etc. And they are nice and grippy, so the reins don't slide as easy. Another bonus is the nice colors. I would totally recomend these for any lesson program or yourself; I am going to get a pair soon! Excellent!
August 28, 2010
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I need them.
KERIN S on Dec 5, 2014
I need them.
KERIN S on Dec 5, 2014
How do these reins attach to the bridle and can there be clips put on them?
A shopper on Apr 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You buckle the ends to the bit. Or you can by snaps and buckle the reins to the ring side of the snaps and then use the snaps to attach to the bit.
will english reins work with a western bridle yes or no?
jen h on Aug 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The only thing that matters when attaching reins is the bit you choose. The only thing is that riding western you typically have a loose rein, and because these are meant for the taught rein you use when riding English, they are more stiff. You might not like the way they sit.
I am concerned about the comments regarding the rubber melting in the heat. All of the reviews seem to be a bit old. Has anyone purchased recently and had this issue? I am hoping that they have changed the rubber used on the reins. Thanks!
Lauren W on Aug 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I've had my rainbow reins for a while and they do not melt in sun. It helps me know where to keep my hands. I have another pair of colored reins but they just have worn out. I've had them for over 10 years. But I've enjoyed them as I said it reminds me where to keep my hands.