Cashel Featherflex Shaped Dressage Girth

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Product Summary:

Cashel Featherflex Shaped Dressage Girth
Extra soft virgin neoprene eliminates girth itch and galling under harsh conditions. The FeatherFlex is self-lubricating, antimicrobial and anti-fungal with stainless steel hardware that will not rust. The magni-hide cover is impervious to spurs.
  • Cashel’s featherflex girths are well known as one of the best non-leather girths on the market

  • Featherflex girth’s patented six-layer system eliminates twisting and girth discomfort

  • Extra soft non-chafing, non-galling virgin neoprene is self lubricating, flexible and reduces girth itch

  • Virgin neoprene is anti-microbial and anti-fungal

  • Elastic and Stainless steel roller buckles on both ends 


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Liked the description and reviews. Daughters horse has issues with rubbing and itching so thought we'd give it a try.
DEENA T on Mar 10, 2015
This girth was recommended by The Saddle Fitter, make my horse more comfortable under saddle.
Jane B P on Sep 7, 2013
Needed a new girth
Cassandra M on Sep 12, 2013
Does this girth run long, short, or just right? And does the dual elastic on both ends have a lot of stretch?
Shannon on Mar 28, 2015
Best Answer: I found the girth to be just right in size. I am comparing to an expensive leather one I bought from Arabian Saddle Company. As to the bulk, I don't find it overly bulky since it is a dressage length and not under the leg at all. It is very comfortable for my horse and does not pinch at all. The elastic gives just enough. It allows for the breathing and flexing of the horse which he seems more comfortable with compared to non-elastic.
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