Weaver Nylon Felt Lined Straight Smart Cinch

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Product Summary:

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Features a 2-roller design that eliminates the need to pull leather against leather, so that you can easily and safely cinch up your horse. Rollers give you more leverage, making this cinch easier on the horse. Nylon with felt lining is comfortable on the horse.  Nylon off-billet holder. Rust-proof stainless steel buckle and dees.

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because I needed it
Elizabeth A on Sep 14, 2016
Great quality and price.
Crystal H on Aug 22, 2016
Already have this for one horse & love it & needed a smaller size for new horse
Cynthia O on Aug 24, 2016
best cinch out there, especially if you have aquired a cinchy horse and have small body structure
Cherry S on Jul 18, 2016
Does it help stop saddle slipping? I have a rope cinch and my saddle slides back all the time, Im waiting for my new pad to come in so hopefully that helps too, But would this cinch help stop saddle slippage too? Thanks
Tiana P. on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: I have always used this cinch and never have problems with saddle slippage. I live in the rocky mtns and go up and down mtns on a constant basis. I would also try using a Brest plate. That would definitely keep the saddle from slipping back.

I hope this helps.

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I've read its large if it reads 24" where is that mesured from?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2016
Best Answer: Our cinches are measured from the tip of one buckle to the tip of the other buckle.
Reply · Report · Miriam SWeaver Leather Expert on Oct 7, 2016
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