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Delivery and payment
What does shipping cost?
Shipping in Denmark:
|Parcel Shop||Home Delivery|
If you buy for more than 499 DKK, shipping to parcel shop in Denmark is free!
Shipping in EU:
|Netherlands||89,55 (CoolEurope) / 83,05 (PostNL)||12,04/11,16|
|Belgium, Portugal, Spain||89,55||12,04|
|Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania||129,55||17,41|
|Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia||145||19,49|
What makes your products sustainable?
At Requine Rope, the environment is top priority. That means we use products with the least environmental impact, that at the same time are as good quality as possible.
Our rope is made from rPET — recycled plastic. That means no new plastic is produced in this already strained environment, but instead what already exists is used anew.
We exclusively use stainless steel for the hardware — it's an easily recyclable metal, that lasts for years.
Furthermore our packaging is completely plastic free, and we use recycled materials where possible.
You read much more about sustainability here.
Which sizes do you carry?
For rope halters and reins vi have sizes ranging from x-mini to xx-full.
For neck ropes without cores we have sizes from XXXS to XXXL. We chose this because a horse's head size doesn't always "fit" the neck size.
Our neck ropes with cores are available in sizes S, onesize and L.
Read more about sizing under size guide.
It's also always possible ti get a custom size without extra costs — just write a mail for email@example.com, and we'll figure something out.
Which size should I choose?
Our sizes generally fit "normal" sizes — i.e. if your horse uses cob in halters, it should fit a size cob rope halter. If your horse is in between sizes, we generally recommend choosing the larger size.
The same applies for reins. You could also measure a pair of reins you already have, and choose length from that.
For non-adjustable neck ropes, you'll need to measure your horse to find the right size.
You can read much more about sizes, and how to find the right one, under our size guide.