NRS Tack Rattlesnake Series Latigo 5/8in x 8ft Split Reins
Style #: NRS-LRSSR
- Rattlesnake knot design
- Latigo Hermann Oak leather
The NRS Tack Rattlesnake Series Latigo 5/8in x 8ft Split Reins is handcrafted with the finest Hermann Oak Leather. The rattlesnake knot gives a classy look and a functional quick change rig for those wanting to be able to switch efficiently.
NRS works to bring you the best quality and value in everything that you need to enjoy horses, team roping and the western lifestyle. NRS is rooted in tradition. From saddles, ropes, headstalls, bits and other tack, to cowboy boots, cowboy hats, and western wear, we offer everything you need to do whatever you love.
In 2014 We began our quest to offer quality tack at an honest price. The Amish family that builds all of our NRS Tack does just that methodically handcrafting each items. How do we do this? On our double stitched headstalls we precisely count the stitches per inch to make sure the leather lays flat, yet maintains its integrity and strength. Or that we dip our split reins in oil for just the right amount of seconds, to ensure the correct feel; broke-in right from the start. We've built a partnership that works in perfect tandem. Our craftsmen are second and third generation leather makers with a passion for top-quality materials that create a top-quality piece of tack! Each and every piece we sell passses through no less than 10 hands from the first cut to the final rubbing of the edges. We take pride in evaluating each peice of tack we design. Having the right amount of holes in a headstall allows customers to use it on several horses; with the right fit for each of them. Every pair of split reins we sell are hand cut side by side and stay together throughout the whole finishing process so that they both have the same weight and feel on the horse. From flank cinches, headstalls, and breast collars to curb straps, we have developed tack for cowboys in or out of the arena, Made in the United Stats using almost exclusively Hermann Oak Leather out of St. Louis, Missouri.