You have a long set and short set of straps to allow you to fit different styles of bits. For example, the hanging snaffle would use short straps and a loose ring snaffle would use the longer straps.
Please contact your local retailer with the specific part you need and they can order the missing part from us.
No, the Competition Bridle is not reinforced for this purpose and so cannot be used bitless.
The Micklem Multi Bridle is specifically designed and strengthened to withstand use as a lunge cavesson, bitless and bitted bridle.
No this is not permitted.
The Micklem Bridles are approved by the FEI. However, please check with your regional organization to ensure they also allow them in their rulebooks. In many cases you must only ride bitted in them and it can only be the Competition version with no bit clips.
You cannot use the Micklem Bridle as a double bridle.
Snaffles, drop snaffles, pelhams.