Stretch-resistant full-grain English calfskin leather.
Reins with a precise grip, not overly thick.
Buckle hooks for attaching the reins to the bit.
Ease of use
Buckle hooks for attaching the reins to the bit. Quick snap hook throatlash
Rubber grips, reinforced with polypropylene webbing
See care advice.
FS = 145 cm
Main fabric : 100.0% Leather - Cow Handle : 100.0% Rubber - Natural Rubber (NR) - Latex
leading a horse.
Oil new leather using plant-based neatsfoot-type oil. Clean regularly with glycerine soap. Moisturise regularly with leather milk. Nourish with leather balm or dubbin.
Preferably store hanging up in a cool, dry place.
Tips before using your leather tack for the first time or restoring leather items
Double check that you have selected the correct size reins for your horse. STEP 1: Clean the leather using glycerine soap and a sponge. Leave to dry. STEP 2: Essential for new, dry or cracked leather. Not recommended for leather that is already soft. Apply the oil using a cloth, paying particular attention to the underside of the leather. Allow it to soak in. STEP 3: For all types of leather: Use a cloth to apply the grease, leave to soak in then polish for a shiny finish.
Oil new leather using plant-based neatsfoot-type oil after every use. Clean regularly with glycerine soap. Moisturise regularly with leather milk. Nourish with leather balm or dubbin.
Adjusting the noseband
Choose your noseband based on your horse's head shape and training. Regardless of which noseband you choose, it should never fit too tightly. Your horse should be able to chew on the bit to work with ease.
Length of reins
Length: 145 cm. This length is ideal for horses; it makes it possible to work the horse round and low easily.
* The prices listed on the site are the prices recommended by DECATHLON SA's central purchasing department.