When you are riding English style, the noseband serves as a support for the bridle, it should support the lower jaw and prevent the rider's hand from exerting too much pressure on the horse's mouth. It also distributes the pressure on the bridge and prevents your horse from opening its mouth too much.
From the English noseband to the crank noseband to the Meroth noseband and many more, there are nosebands for every horse's head and every riding style. The Meroth noseband in this list falls under the bitless bridle category. It is a particularly gentle version of the noseband and, in contrast to the English noseband for example, does not require an additional snaffle bridle.
Of course, we have also taken the look into account with our riding nosebands. Black patent leather, white lining, metal accents on the wide noseband, colourful stripes worked into the leather - you can find the right noseband for every taste here.
As the choice of nosebands is very diverse, you can adapt your choice of noseband to your horse's needs. The English noseband is a very common type that fits most horses well when fastened correctly. The drop noseband, for example, is not suitable for ponies or large horses with short noses because it is fitted close to the nostrils, which can interfere with breathing.
The grackle noseband is a partially padded, crossed noseband that has a very soft and gentle effect and is well suited for horses that are sensitive at the head. You are sure to find the right noseband for your horse among the different styles and shapes.