Very soft and comfortable leather lining.
Snap on throatlash to quickly fit the halter without having to readjust it
Wash with glycerine soap before applying protective oil
Buffalo leather lined with highly durable invisible strap.
2 adjustments: nose band and head piece.
100% buffalo leather. Leather lined with polypropylene strap. Stainless steel coloured brass buckles. .
tethering or leading a horse.
Grease new leathers. Clean regularly with glycerine soap. Regularly grease to keep the leather supple and durable.
Hang up in a cool, dry place.
Why care for your leathers?
Proper maintenance of your leather is essential for the comfort of the horse and the safety of the rider. A well-maintained saddle and bridle will last much longer and provide better working conditions. You'll find it easier to maintain your leather if you do it regularly, either daily, weekly or monthly, depending on weather conditions and how often you use it.
Tips on restoring your leather
Glycerine soap is for cleaning your leathers daily. However, it is important to carry out a full clean once a month: STEP 1: clean your leather using glycerine soap and a sponge. Leave to dry. STEP 2: apply the oil using a cloth, paying particular attention to the underside of the leather. Allow it to soak in. Not recommended for leather that is already soft. STEP 3: for all types of leather: Apply the grease using the cloth, leave to soak in then polish for a shiny finish
A tethered horse is easily startled and panicked. It can pull hard on its leadrope: it might rear up. Our buckle assemblies can withstand up to 450 kg of traction. Beyond that limit, our halters are designed to break and free the horse. This reduces the risk of serious injury such as spinal fractures. Most riders attach the leadrope to a small piece of string that will break and protect your halter.
* The prices listed on the site are the prices recommended by DECATHLON SA's central purchasing department.