Royal King Slobber Strap Split Reins

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Product Summary:

Royal King Slobber Strap Split Reins
5/8” x 8' cord split reins with leather slobber straps accented with barbwire tooling.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
8ft Black E003764 008 BLK 45-311-2-0 688499432085
8ft Brown E003764 008 BRN 45-311-7-0 688499432092
10ft Black E003764 010 BLK DO NOT USE
10ft Brown E003764 010 BRN DO NOT USE

Product Reviews by Customers

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Love these reins
These feel so good in my hands. Very long such that I can get a good whack to the behind if necessary. Also long enough to swing to help ward off flies or take down spider webs on trail rides, yup! I would buy another pair for another bridle. The slobber straps could be weightier is my only complaint. The concept of this strap is so that it drops quickly when you release the reins. These would drop faster with a little more weight. I still like them though.
November 22, 2017
1 year ago
Good quality
These reins are made well, but are a little thick and heavy for a woman's hand. I had to return them because of that, otherwise very good product.
September 9, 2016
Best Reins Ever
They are great reins. Great price.They are almost as good as Clinton Anderson's.
January 18, 2015
look good
look good,i thing this is a great tool
May 24, 2012
Just okay.
They look great, are nice and thick with good soft leather. BUT- They are extremely stiff and inflexible. I still haven't broken them in and I've had them for months.
March 1, 2012
Good for the price
These reins would cost upwards of $60 in the tack store. I had a pair sans the slobber straps that broke. As the other user said, it's quite a challenge to remove the slobber straps from the reins. First I removed the leather strap on the end, then was able to pull the straps off. I widened the holes a bit with a knife, and now I can slip the straps on and off without taking the leather end piece off. Since the slobber straps attach directly to the bit, I'd like to be able to take them off easily without a struggle. Other than that, the reins are great. A little long, but great for training - especially with a lazy horse, as the ends double as a mini whip. They are very thick and heavy, good quality for the price.
January 20, 2012
They're so amazing to use and give clear signals to the horse, because of the slobber straps. They're super easy to grip, too! But it's a little hard to get the leather straps off to get them on your bit, but everything else everything of 5 stars!! :)
December 28, 2011
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good price, quality
Stanley F on Jul 19, 2016
good price, quality
Stanley F on Jul 19, 2016
I love nylon reins and this was a very good price
Jessie J on Sep 21, 2015
I love nylon reins and this was a very good price
Jessie J on Sep 21, 2015