Kincade Chafeless Fleece Girth

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Product Summary:

Kincade® Chafeless Fleece Girth

Chafeless girth with white fleece for ultimate comfort for your horse.  Available in a variety of lengths. 
  • Metal roller buckles for easy use
  • Synthetic fleece and nylon
  • Elastic on both ends
Item Specifications:

Fleece Color:
42" - 56" 

Product Reviews by Customers

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Nice girth that fits my warmblood.
KELLY Y on Dec 31, 2015
Ordered for comfort for my warm blood. Also a non-slip girth which is a plus.
Renee M on Jun 6, 2015
Good quality soft girth, I love it ordering a third one!
Brett D on Jun 19, 2015
Needed a different size and liked the reviews on this one.
Cynthia T on May 1, 2015
how do i measure for fit with an english girth??
Lola B on Sep 8, 2014
Best Answer: Place the saddle and pad you intend to use on the horse and measure from about the second girth billet hole on one side, underneath the horse to about the second girth billet hole on the other side.

If you don't yet have the saddle and pad, you can also measure from about a hands-width above the horse's elbow underneath to the same position on the other side.

Alternatively you can borrow other girths to try on and measure the length of which ones fit, from tip to tip.

You want the new girth to just be able to reach the first or second girth billets on either side when you first put it on. This gives you room to tighten. Also, both girths and the saddle's girth billets will stretch over time.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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would i attach a standing martingale to the d ring or around the girth itself??
emily mallon on Jan 22, 2014
Best Answer: I havn't used a martingale, but have used a breast collar with this girth. I slip the girth through the loop on the breast collar. However, if you could adjust the martingale appropriately and add a snap, you could easily clip it to the d ring.
Reply · Report · Marcia L on Jan 22, 2014
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When I measure billet to billet I get 52". I am wondering if the girth has elastic ends if I should go smaller than the measurements or not?
Theresa B on Jul 29, 2014
Best Answer: I wondered the same thing. I needed a 56" and ordered a 56". Its been great! The dbl elastic has made tacking up easier with my "cinchy" guy, buy it isn't so stretchy that it is bigger than necessary.
Once he is super warmed up I may rack it up an extra hole, but only if I'm doing major hills. I've had my girth for over a year and it isn't the least bit worn out. Good buy for the $
Reply · Report · Christie K on Mar 14, 2015
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