Oregon Draw Reins
These draw reins feature strong synthetic rope, designed to move freely through the bit rings.
Draw reins are fitted by attaching the snap ends to the girth or saddle, through the bit rings (from inside to outside) and back to the rider's hands. They are a training device, used to assist with drawing the horse's head down and into the correct position. They may also be configured as a running rein if required. They should be used by experienced riders only.
Oregon leatherwear is made from the finest American cowhide and tanned using a vegetable pit tanning process. The surface finish is completely natural and lacquer free. This is possible because each hide is individually selected for it's blemish free appearance.
The leather is pre-oiled prior to sale for a soft and supple appearance. It is recommended that leather be regularly cleaned with saddle soap and occasionally treated with a good quality leather oil to ensure its lasting suppleness and strength.