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Shires Figure 8 Noseband

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Shires Figure 8 Noseband
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Retail: $39.99

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Retail: $39.99

Special Price $35.99

The Shires Figure 8 Noseband provides the classic elegance of a figure 8 noseband with your choice of plain or fancy-stitched leather. This quality noseband is built to last and makes converting your snaffle bridle easy and economical. This noseband is crafted from quality leather and offers a distinctive style for your show jumper or eventer. It features silver colored rings and square stainless steel buckles, so rust and corrosion are...

The Shires Figure 8 Noseband provides the classic elegance of a figure 8 noseband with your choice of plain or fancy-stitched leather. This quality noseband is built to last and makes converting your snaffle bridle easy and economical. This noseband is crafted from quality leather and offers a distinctive style for your show jumper or eventer. It features silver colored rings and square stainless steel buckles, so rust and corrosion are not a problem. A padded center piece helps to distribute the pressure of the figure 8 bands and ensures that your horse will be comfortable. The Shires Figure 8 Noseband is offered in both plain leather and fancy-stitched leather, so you can choose the style that best matches your current bridle. Choose from various colors to match your bridle. The noseband is offered in different sizes so that you can find the noseband that fits your horse just right. Figure 8 nosebands are highly popular in the show jumping and eventing disciplines due to the increased control they provide. By preventing the horse from opening his mouth widely, the noseband helps to keep the bit in proper position so that you have control when you need it. A figure 8 noseband exerts pressure across your horse’s face when he attempts to fight the bit or open his mouth, which can help to control highly energetic horses.
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