Classic Equine Alpaca Roper Cinch

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Classic Equine Alpaca Roper Cinch
100% Alpaca - one of the worlds rarest natural fibers. Softer than cashmere, yet extremely strong and resilient. The elasticity of Alpaca is comfortable to your horse and has natural give as he moves. Stainless steel hardware with one roller buckle for easy cinching and durability. 27 strands.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome cinch My wife bought me this cinch for Fathers day. I loved it from the start. Its tough and looks great. My horse doesn't mind it at all even after 2 and 3 hour rides up in the mountins. I would recommend this cinch to any one who rides with a saddle. July 30, 2012
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I have bought alpaca cinches from State line before. They are far superior to anything else I have used.
STACY W on Apr 13, 2014
what is strand count?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2015
Best Answer: The strand count refers to the number of hairs, much like the thread count used in the description of sheets; how many threads per square inch. I'm not sure how it's measured in the cinch but my guess is that it describes how many strands are bunched up together in each individual 'rope' of hair. I can tell you this is a well made product and I've been very happy with the durability, softness, and strength.
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