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By Fager

Product Code: MAXFR

This is available with a 30-day trial

This is dressage legal

MAXFR Max Titanium Fixed Rings



105mm 12mm 65mm
115mm 12mm 65mm
125mm 14mm 65mm
135mm 14mm 65mm
145mm 14mm 65mm

Max is normal in size. If you are between sizes, go up.
Max is a strong and lightweight double jointed titanium bit.
The middle piece has a 30mm lozenge, which is designed to take some of the pressure off the tongue and places it on the bars encouraging the horse to come up with his head. The double joints remove the nutcracker action, as the bit stays in a curved shape, following the contours of the horse's mouth.

Titanium has several advantages:
Antibacterial and Biocompatible material
Superior strength and extremely light weight in the mouth
Increases saliva, warm to the touch and encourages acceptance
Non-toxic and hypoallergenic
Low maintenance, easy to clean

Max have regular loose rings, withouth Fagers TOL™ system.
Loose rings allow for quick response and fast reactions.
This is our points of experience after developing and let equestrians try this product:
Gives the horse a comfortable feeling, titanium doesn't have the heavy taste regular metal bits have.
Both bar and tongue pressure are applied when you ride with contact.
Titanium compare for a regular metal bit don´t get as cold by the weather.

Loose rings or Eggbutts?
Eggbutts give the mouthpiece stability, and the rein aids will be more direct and precise. If your horse is a little hesitant into the contact, an eggbutt is to prefer. Loose rings will allow for more movement of the bit in the horse's mouth. Which also will discourage leaning. Loose rings will allow the rider for quick aids with finesse. Eggbutts or loose rings together with bit guards is to recommend if the horse has ”fleshy" lips/mouth corners.

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