Current design methods propose that reinforcement loads distribution within reinforced soil slope is affected by slope height instead of slope inclination, which is not supported by the results of field and laboratorial tests. This paper addresses the influence of slope height and inclination on the distribution of reinforcement loads within reinforced soil slopes. Based on centrifuge model test results, finite element numerical models of reinforced soil slopes with different slope heights and inclinations were established. Maximum reinforcement load in each layer was calculated when the factor of safety of each model was 1.3. The influence of slope height and inclination on the distribution of reinforcement loads was analyzed by normalizing reinforcement loads and slope heights. The results show that the computed location and shape of failure surface and factor of safety at slope failure are in agreement with the experimental results. The distribution of reinforcement loads is little influenced by slope height, whereas greatly influenced by slope inclination. With the increase of slope inclination, the location of maximum reinforcement load transfers from the mid height to the bottom of slopes.