Weaver AirFlex Roper Cinch

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Product Summary:

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AirFlex Roper Cinch
  • Patented, state of the art performance cinch features a unique, molded airflow channel design that offers breathability and maximum flexibility
  • The airflow channels prevent heat from being trapped, maximizing air circulation and comfort for enhanced performance
  • Features cool flex foam that doesn't absorb heat like black neoprene, ensuring the perfect combination of comfort and performance
  • Padded flex edges move with the horse for extra cushioning where needed - perfect when a horse is spinning, cutting a cow, rounding a barrel and more
  • Equal pull design provides equal pressure across the entire cinch to keep the saddle snug and maximize equine comfort
  • Features a black poly top and flat stainless steel buckles and dees

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Christmas present for my son, he likes mine.
Janet W on Nov 26, 2015
Comfortable to the horse and easy to clean and disinfect
cleve w on Jun 10, 2015
Does the pointy end go toward the chest or away?
Amanda W on Feb 1, 2016
Best Answer: The "pointy end" goes away from the chest. The end (buckles) that the off billet attaches to has the insert for the end of the off billet to fit into - that goes on the right side of the horse - which makes the "pointy end" go toward the rear of the horse.
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