Anyone know where I might be able to purchase a set of rope reins? I am looking for a set that is pretty thick. A single rein. I have searched all my local feed stores and such and havent turned anything up yet.
I really like the products from this small company. I bought their "sport reins". They attache with slobber straps (not included) and you specify the lenght you want them made.
Rope Reins, Mecate reins catalog
You know after looking at these I think I will just make me a set! Will have to share my outcome in a pic :P
Are you looking for reins that you'll actually be roping with? If so, then you'll likely need something that is smaller diameter than most of the yacht rope reins out there...unless you have really big hands.
I have huge hands for a girl and the one time I tried to use a yacht mecate set while I was roping, it took up too much space in my hand and made it hard to handle my rope.
I much prefer a good set of leather reins. What I used to do for roping reins is I would take one of the reins from a split set, punch holes in the tail end for the water loop, and turn that into my roping rein. For some reason, it's hard to find a pre-made leather roping rein that is long enough to have slack in your reins and wide enough to have some substance, but a single 8' rein worked well for me.
I have made some out of a 8' split reins before and it worked really well! I actually am just looking for some to use when starting colts. I have a a leather set I use when I am roping.
Oh, wow. I just realized how completely I misunderstood your first post :oops::lol:.
I read "rope reins" to mean "reins that I will be using while roping" instead of "reins made of rope".
And, in case you hadn't guessed it, yes, I'm blonde :wink:.
I've got a couple of pair of yacht rope reins from this place and was very happy with them.
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I actually have a set I use for roping :-P, I was looking for some ones like you posted here just to try them out as I had seen a few folks riding with them and they looked kinda of nifty ha ha. I usually ride and start all my horses in split reins. I currently have a pair of 6' split reins and I kinda feel like they are short and I have seen online where some people are using 8' split reins. I think I would like the 8' better.
Yeah, 8' is all I ever use. Anything else is way too short LOL, I can't even imagine using a pair of 6 footers.
For what it's worth, these are the ones that I buy, they're the better quality without the "better quality" price.
3/4" x 8' Water Loop Ends Split Reins | NRS - National Roper Supply - Western Wear, tack, team ropes, horse tack, team roping ropes, bits...
I made my own pair of 10 foot rope reins for under 20 dollars. VERY happy with them- my go to reins for just about anything. :) I think they were a little longer when this photo was taken, however, I had to trim them down a little after I first rode in them because I had too much rein.
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