BioThane Bio Grip Hybrid Rubber Reins with Leather Stoppers

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Size Cob

Colour Black

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These reins combine Bio Grip large pimple rubber with hand stitched leather stoppers every 5cm. These reins are crafted from Biothane Super Grip® and are thinner in the hand than our original Bio Grip reins. Our Hybrid reins come with billet ends, are super flexible and suitable for riding in extreme, wet and cold conditions
Nylon inner for complete flexibility
Large round pimples for amazing grip
Leather stoppers every 5cm for better control & accuracy
English Sedgwick vegetable tanned leathe
Raised leather and stitched along the edge
Rein length from middle buckle to billet
Cob 54"   Full 56"   Extra Full 60”

Width - 16 mm

Thickness - 5 mm

Softness - Extra Soft

Our recommendation: A very thin and flexible rein more suited for dressage and flatwork.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
J smith
Great for smsll hands too!

Great reins for small hands (9 yr old daughter uses them). Just over 1/2 inch in width. Offers grip and stoppers to help with holding and occasional snatching!
Recently purchased and very pleased. Super service and beautifully packaged. Purchased Sunday, arrived Tuesday!

Lisa O'Neill
Quality Reins

I wanted reins that would be light and soft in my hand and not bulky but still strong enough to do the job. And I needed stoppers to stop me allowing the reins to lengthen. I had seen biothane reins at a recent show and liked the feel of them but they didn't have pimple grips.

Having looked at the reins on the Henry James website (many times) I decided to go ahead and order the Biothane Biogrip Hybrid Reins with leather stoppers - I was not disappointed. The reins were beautifully packaged and feel wonderful straight out of the box. I have used them for both jumping and flatwork so far and they are definitely ticking all the boxes. Hope to use them XC soon and have every confidence they will perform. Another rider even commented on them - seriously, how often would someone even notice your reins!