Roping Ropes & Supplies

Roping Ropes & Supplies

Shop roping ropes from the #1 seller of roping supplies in the USA. From head ropes to heel ropes, we have a huge selection of cowboy rope from brands you trust such as Classic, Rattler, Cactus, and Fast Back. Plus, enjoy optional auto shipping for new ropes every 1 to 8 weeks. Place an order for roping ropes and top hand ropes from National Roper's Supply, and find out why our customers come back again and again.

Lariat Rope & Roping Supplies for Every Cowboy

A roper is only as good as his/her equipment, which is why NRS is proud to be the #1 seller of roping supplies in the USA. We offer roping ropes in various styles including calf ropes, team ropes, kids ropes, and ranch ropes. With several types of cowboy ropes and accessories, you’ll be sure to find all the equipment you need. When it comes to choosing ropes for roping, it’s important to think about how you’ll be using them. Below are a few types of ropes we offer and what they are used for:

Head Ropes - Normally used in team roping events. The head rope is used to catch a steer’s horns.

Heel Ropes - Used to rope both hind feet of a steer during team roping.

Learn more about cowboy ropes in our FAQ section below:

How to Aim a Lariat Rope

When figuring out how to aim a lariat rope, you should start with the basics. Find out the length of your rope, the lay of the lariat, and your rope’s material. Next, set up your target (a post, roping dummy, or box). Then, stand 15-20 feet away from your target. This distance will give you enough room to swing your lariat without any issues. You will then create your loop, twirl it overhead in your dominant hand, and decide when to throw your rope. As with any sport, mastering the art of roping will take time and practice.

What Kind of Rope Do You Use for a Lasso?

You are going to want to use a lariat rope. These types of ropes come in several different sizes, materials, and colors. Most lariat ropes are made of polyester, nylon, hemp, or leather. You can choose the size of your rope depending on your height and skill level.

How to Throw a Rope

Learning how to throw a lasso takes practice and patience, but here are a few simple steps to help you get started. First, make a loop in your lariat and hold it in your dominant hand. Next, move your hand away from the eye of the loop and hold some of the slack so the loop stays open. Hold the rest of the rope coils in your other hand. Then, raise your arm holding the loop overhead, and start twirling your wrist. Twirl the loop fast enough to keep it in the air and control the direction. Lastly, time it up, throw the lariat, fully extending your arm and releasing the loop. Once your rope lands on the target, pull it tight toward your body.

Roping Lessons with Riley Minor

Learn how to use your roping ropes with 10X WNFR Qualifying Header, Riley Minor. In this video, Riley will give you some tips and tricks that will help you elevate your roping game. Watch now to learn how to use cowboy ropes and become a better roper today!

Learn More About Cowboy Ropes & Roping Supplies

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced roper, NRS has roping supplies for every cowboy and cowgirl. When it comes to choosing your ropes, learning how to rope, and tips for caring for your ropes, NRS has you covered. Explore our resources below and learn more today!

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