Round Split Reins

$98.95

Round Split Reins

  • Cut from fine English bridle leather
  • Available in four colors
  • Comes with replaceable slobber straps tied with 3/8″ oil tan saddle strings
  • Stainless steel or solid brass snaps installed
  • Sliding Keeper

What’s a pair of Round Split Reinss without a bridle? Check out our Plantation Bridle page to see our bridle options.

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Round Split Reins

$98.95

Round Split Reins

  • Cut from fine English bridle leather
  • Available in four colors
  • Comes with replaceable slobber straps tied with 3/8″ oil tan saddle strings
  • Stainless steel or solid brass snaps installed
  • Sliding Keeper

What’s a pair of Round Split Reinss without a bridle? Check out our Plantation Bridle page to see our bridle options.

We are on Instagram as well as Facebook.   We post weekly.  Check it out.

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Color

Rich Brown, Black, Havana Brown, London Tan

Hardware

Solid Brass, Stainless Steel

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To make our Round Split Reins so comfortable we start by cutting strips of fine English bridle leather from the firmest and cleanest part of the hide, the backbone.  We split the rein straps in half and fold the two halves together and run a line of heavy saddle stitching down the middle of the strip.  We round the edges of each strip and apply edge paint to the raw edges.  We then round each rein strap by pulling it back and forth through a leather rounding device.  We hand burnish the edges for a glass like smoothness.  We add  heavy solid brass or stainless steel swivel eye bolt snaps to securely and easily attach the reins to the bit.  To fasten the snaps to the reins we use tied slobber straps that are secure but will break away incase of an emergency.  Lastly, we add a stitched slide loop to our round split reins to keep them in place and from getting out of hand in a tight spot.