Western Neoprene Straight Cinch

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Western Neoprene Straight Cinch
The best-selling Neoprene girths have taken the horse industry by storm. These Neoprene girths lubricate during use to prevent chafing and galling. Easy to clean with a damp cloth.
  • Stainless Steel Hardware
  • 5-layered nylon reinforces center
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My horse has sensitive skin, and neoprene seems to be the most gentle.
Shelby K on Aug 29, 2016
Needed a new girth which was smaller and I love the Neoprene. Cleans off easy and my horses seem to do will with them
Deanna N on May 6, 2016
very good girth last long and my horse seems comfortable
Maria R on Jul 25, 2016
I need them.
Sis H on Dec 4, 2015
is there an insert to tuck the leftover billet into so it doesn't stick out?
Jessica I on Oct 22, 2013
Best Answer: Yes Jessica there is. I've been using these cinches for about 10 years they're not fancy but they do the trick. My horses seem to like him and my saddled never slips. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Deborah K H on Oct 22, 2013
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Do this only ship to Canada? Does it work as a girth for western riding?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2016
Best Answer: This cinch ships to both the U.S.A. and Canada. It is used for Western riding. Most any cinch with a single large dee ring at either end is used with Western tack.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jan 20, 2016
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Do you like this girth? My horse is a 13.5 hand Paso Fino Should I get a 32" or a 34"
Pam C on Dec 20, 2013
Best Answer: Yes. It's a nice girth. =)

A 13h-14h horse generally takes 30" Western Cinch. But of course, every horse is a different shape. So, just to be on the safe side you might want to take some measurements...

To calculate what size cinch your horse needs to calculate their "heart girth measurement". To do this you need to measure from the base of the wither down to a couple of inches behind the horses front legs (where the girth would sit), under the belly, and then up the opposite side to where you started. Notice this will cause your tape measure to run at an angle. Don't measure straight up and down. The measurement should be in inches. Once you have the "Heart Girth Measurement", divide that by 2 and then subtract 3 inches. This will give you your horses Cinch size.

For example: If your horses Heart Girth Measures 77 inches
77" divided by 2 = 38.5"
38.5" minus 3" = 35.5"
Cinch size is 35.5"
Reply · Report · Kathy U on Dec 21, 2013
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is this a nice thick cinch?
A shopper on Oct 9, 2015
Best Answer: Yes Very. The horse gets really sweaty so it needs to be cleaned after riding but it is really nice and cushiony
Reply · Report · Amie L on Oct 9, 2015
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Does this cinch have elastic stretch in order to "give" when I use nylon cinch straps?
Carol H on Sep 11, 2015
Best Answer: Carol, I purchased a Western Neoprene Straight Cinch in the past. To assist with your question, it does not have a lot of give or flexibility. The cinch has been very durable and does not allow the saddle to slip once in the tightened position. If you are seeking a product with considerable give, this cinch is probably not the product you are looking for. Hope this helps in your decision.
Reply · Report · David T on Sep 11, 2015
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What size do I need for a 16.1 H horse?
marie m on May 24, 2016
Best Answer: Tie a piece of string or baling twine to one rigging ring, loop it under the horse's girth, and bring it up to the other ring. Measure that length and subtract 16 inches (round up to the nearest cinch size) and you'll have a good estimate of your horse's correct cinch size.
Reply (1) · Report · Kathryn BStaff on May 24, 2016
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what end part of the girth is measured? is it the end of the neoprene or is it from ring to ring end?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2015
Best Answer: I measure from tip to tip of the neoprene. These cinches are simple but effective, and are good for aprox 1 year's worth of rides, depending on how often you ride. I always remove the cinch and hang it with my bridle, rather than leaving it attached to the saddle. My saddle is kept in a zipped cover; I don't think cinch would dry as well if kept covered. I've used these cinches for years.
Reply · Report · Laurie L on Apr 6, 2015
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Since western saddles are longer is that why it only goes to 28"? because English goes to 54".
A shopper on Jan 22, 2016
Best Answer: The western cinch connects to the straps that hang off the saddle instead of attaching to the actual billets on the English saddle, since it attaches higher up on the English saddle it needs to be longer
Reply · Report · Lindsey B on Jan 22, 2016
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