Royal King Braided Flat Cotton Split Reins

$15.41
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Royal King Braided Flat Cotton Split Reins

$15.41

Buy 2 or more, each at $14.18
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Product Summary:

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Product Title

Braided Flat Cotton Split Reins with Trigger Snap

 

Product Description

The Braided Flat Cotton Split Reins with Trigger Snap is made with durable 100% cotton, which is free from dyes and soft on hands. The reins are finished with brown nylon poppers and brass snaps.

 

Features

         Measures 1 inch wide x 8 feet long (including popper and snap)

         Contains no dyes

         Brass snaps

 

Product Reviews by Customers

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I love how soft these reins are. I can grip them just fine for arena work or a more relaxed hold out on trail.
Michelle K on Apr 3, 2017
Needed longer reins and wanted to try the cotton
Carol D on Mar 25, 2015
I have multiple pairs of these reins. They are light weight and very comfortable in your hands.
Kimberley C on May 18, 2015
need to make a german martingale rig for colt
Barbara K on Dec 3, 2014
how long are these reins?
chris j on Apr 2, 2017
Best Answer: The length is perfect, long enough to tie in a knot if you want. I ride a young horse who still plow reins. They are very soft and the poppers are great for getting her attention. I would buy them again in a heartbeat!
Hope this helps Chris.

Melody
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