Western Poly Curb Strap

$3.14
Regularly: $4.19
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Brown

$3.14

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Black

$3.14

Buy 2 or more, each at $2.89
Buy 3 or more, each at $2.83
Buy 6 or more, each at $2.76

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

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Shipping weight = 1.00 lb.

Product Summary:

Western Nylon Curb Chain
 
Stainless Steel Curb Chain with adjustable Nylon loops.  3/4in x 19in (full stretched out length).  Chain measures 4 1/2".
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black SLT731362 BLK 108991BK 688499115285
Brown SLT731362 BRN 108991BR 688499115322

Product Reviews by Customers

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Very reasonable price. Try buying it for this price at tack/feed store! Really like that it is stainless steel. Cause I won't rust!
January 7, 2016
GREAT EXTRA!
I bought this for my second bridle, but i love it and it works just as well as my leather one, great price as well!
October 20, 2015
So simple and so reliable!
I had one of these previous to ordering them here and loved how cheap and durable it was so I had to order more!
December 15, 2014
This is a NYLON Product not a a POLY Product
The term "poly" is commonly used today to describe a vinyl plastic flexible material tha is very durable and weather & rot proof. This product is the same material that Halters are made of. So it is Mis-named. Returned it.
January 7, 2014
replaced my halter/bridle bit straps with these
Needed 2 new straps on my draft's halter/bridle for the bit. These make a great replacement with clips one end. Easy to clean and look sharp on a big draft.
August 2, 2013
Soft, Strong, and super durable!
My horse loved it. It was NOT to big. Actually a little on the small side and my horse has a small tapered head. A good piece!
March 12, 2013
It is too large.
It is too large. Even with the shortest hole, it can slide out of my horse's mouth.
December 7, 2012
Great product
looks and works great. my Gelding likes it:)
June 20, 2012
Love it!!!
great product, looks a lot nicer in person.
March 15, 2011
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Because my last one broke so I buying extras.
Liz B on May 5, 2017
excelente
juan m on Jul 16, 2016
Because my last one broke so I buying extras.
Liz B on May 5, 2017
Read the positive reviews and liked the reasonable price
Georgia F on Oct 28, 2016
excelente
juan m on Jul 16, 2016
inexpensive
DOROTHY F on Jun 7, 2016
Great quality at great price!
SHAWN M on Nov 17, 2015
Inexpensive and durable. It had good reviews.
Brittany F on Nov 1, 2015
I needed a back up one! i love them!
Hillary B on Oct 2, 2015
bought before cheap but does its job and usually doesn't pinch have got a few flukes that did though test before you put on your horse
Vannessa F on Aug 9, 2015
I needed a chain curb strap and this one was worth a try. It is a little bigger than I expected, but it fits even our smallest filly. I would buy this product again
ROBERT B on Dec 31, 2014
Need some for the barn
CHRISTINA M on Sep 16, 2014
Good basic curb strap
MIKE A on Apr 29, 2014
for a replacement. the price was good, too.
CINDY C on Apr 3, 2014
Read the positive reviews and liked the reasonable price
Georgia F on Oct 28, 2016
inexpensive
DOROTHY F on Jun 7, 2016
What is this used for? I tried reading the reviews to get a clue but only 1 was somewhat useful.
PAMALA H on Jul 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: A curb strap is used on shanked bits to apply pressure on the lower jaw when the reins are pulled. Without a curb strap a shanked but would be ineffective when used as designed. When the bit is in the horse's mouth, two fingers side by side should be able to fit between the curb strap and the horse's jaw for proper adjustment. The pressure applied is what controls the horse.