Classic Equine Mohair Roper Cinch

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Classic Equine Mohair Roper Cinch
One of the few true 100% Mohair cinches on the market. The premier material for cinches, mohair is a natural fiber that is sheared from Angora goats. It is naturally soft, very strong, and elastic. This makes a comfortable, strong, and durable cinch. Elasticity allows your horse to naturally expand. Now with stainless steel hardware with dual roller buckles 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 Very nice quality. Very nice quality. Nice roller buckles on both sides. March 23, 2013
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I have been using this cinch on my horse for about six months. I don't have to over tighten it to keep my saddle secure. We decided to get another for my wife to use on her horse. It's a great product.
Stephen C on Apr 30, 2015
This a the best cinch made. Comfort, durability and function. No neoprene for our horses!
Marvin A on Apr 14, 2014
I need to make sure that a 32 inch cinch is really 32 inches. I just purchased one that said it was 32 inches and it was only 30 inches. Is the measurement checked before it is shipped?
david b on Dec 13, 2013
Best Answer: The measurements are buckle end to buckle end.
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Is this measured from end of buckle to end of buckle?
Sandra M on Oct 12, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, cinch & girth measurements are taken from buckle end to buckle end.
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