Horze.com sent me a Lormont bridle recently. I've owned many bridles ranging from $40 to $350, and I have a good feel for what you get for your money bridle-wise. At a price point of $68, my expectations were modest. I was hoping this "entry level" bridle would not be stiff and cheap-looking as so many are. And as it happened, I needed a new bridle, as Riley broke the flash loop on my old Bobby bridle a month or so ago.
What a pleasant surprise this bridle is! It features a soft padded, round raised nose and browband, a square shape, and brass fittings. I was interested in seeing how it fit Riley behind the ears -- the crown part is ergonomically shaped, with soft padding, and it hits the sweet spot. It comes with web reins with stoppers, but because I need long reins I didn't use them for Ri.