Classic Equine SensorFlex Straight Cinch

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Classic Equine SensorFlex Straight Cinch
 
The all new SensorFlex Cinch from Classic Equine features a fleece cinch pad treated with an agent to resist anti-microbial bacteria from irritating your horse's skin. The SensorFlex Cinch provides soft, conforming comfort that helps evenly distribute pressure. Its shock absorbing felt center along with the soft outer webbing maintains flexibility and softness for the life of the cinch. Features stainless steel hardware with one roller buckle to for easier cinching.

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A shopper on Sep 20, 2013
Best Answer: I've been very happy with this cinch - quality and function - which I use on several horses. I believe the fleece offers more comfort and less rubbing than neoprene, for example, and it doesn't wrinkle the way a slip on fleece does. There's no sign of shifting or rubbing even on thin skinned horses. The cinch is easy to keep clean inside and out (I always air out my gear after riding, and brush off obvious debris - that's it); it doesn't show any sign of getting stiff with use. It's made of good quality materials all around; the hardware - buckles and rings - are outstanding.
Reply · Report · Lynn F on Oct 8, 2013
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Hard to see in the picture, is there a way to tuck the billet strap into / against the cinch? Or will it just hang there?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the billet strap will tuck into the cinch, there is an opening in the fabric behind the buckle that the strap can slide through.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jan 9, 2015
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