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Anatomic Curved French Link Lock Up 10mm


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Anatomic Curved French Link Lock Up 10mm



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Product Details

Reference: 0044

Rings size: 70mm

Mouthpiece type: Full (not hollow)

Thickness: 10mm

Weight: 240g

Complementary information

Stainless steel is a very common material that does not oxidise. Due to their nature, stainless steel bits are very solid and do not damage over time.  

Loose rings bit: The simplest in terms of action, direct action without leverage. 

Effect: The loose rings bits are the simplest in terms of action from the rider but also in the horse's mouth. The mechanism of this bit makes it pivot around the central piece. The anatomical shape perfectly fits the horse's mouth. This means that when the horse will apply pressure on the bit you can easily play on both reins as the bit canon will pivot which will make the horse come back to a good working contact. The anatomic curved french link lock up bit is a grewt design for horse's that need stability, that need to be reassured, and for horses that have tendency to lock their jaw on the bit. 

It's a bit that we usually consider for confirmed riders.

This bit also exists in 16mm mouthpiece thickness. 

Clean with water after each use and occasionally with a special cleaning product for bits.

If you are not completely convinced by this bit, you can convert your purchase into a rental. We will refund you the price of the bit minus a flat rate of 15€. For more information, please go to the "Bit trial" section of your menu. 

Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information on this bit by clicking here!