Classic Equine Alpaca Roper Cinch

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Product Summary:

Classic Equine Alpaca Roper Cinch
 
100% Alpaca - one of the worlds rarest natural fibers. Softer than cashmere, yet extremely strong and resilient. The elasticity of Alpaca is comfortable to your horse and has natural give as he moves. Stainless steel hardware with one roller buckle for easy cinching and durability. 27 strands.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
26In E001721 026 CRCA26 610393076003
28In E001721 028 CRCA28 610393076010
30In E001721 030 CRCA30 610393076027
32In E001721 032 CRCA32 610393076034
34In E001721 034 CRCA34 610393076041
36In E001721 036 CRCA36 610393076058

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I've used one of these for over 4 years and ride 4 to 5 times a week. It's held up and my horse is happy with it.
Shelly H on Nov 26, 2018
I needed a new chinch
Kayla L on Jun 2, 2018
I've used one of these for over 4 years and ride 4 to 5 times a week. It's held up and my horse is happy with it.
Shelly H on Nov 26, 2018
Quality, comfort for my horse
Linda C on Oct 16, 2018
I needed a new chinch
Kayla L on Jun 2, 2018
I have bought alpaca cinches from State line before. They are far superior to anything else I have used.
STACY W on Apr 13, 2014
Quality, comfort for my horse
Linda C on Oct 16, 2018
I have bought alpaca cinches from State line before. They are far superior to anything else I have used.
STACY W on Apr 13, 2014
What size for a 15.1 quarter horse gelding?
A shopper on Aug 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The best way to measure what size cinch you need is to tie a piece of string 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). As your horse gains weight and muscle you may need to go up in cinch size using the method above for sizing.
How much will it stretch?
Ropehorse76 on Mar 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Because it is a natural fiber, it does stretch a bit. When you hand wash and hang dry it, the cinch goes back to the original size. My horses think the alpaca cinches are the greatest for comfort whether we are trail riding or arena riding.
my horse is a friesian thoroughbred cross about 16 hands high will a 26 inch cinch fit ok?
beth w on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It can vary with the build of the horse as well as where the rigging of your saddle falls. One of my horses is a 17.1 hh warmblood and he takes a 34" cinch with my roper saddle. We have everything from appendix qh to stocky ranch horses and a 30" to 32" is the most common size we have. A 26" is pretty common for our 2.5 yr old colts when we start saddle training.
what is strand count?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The strand count refers to the number of hairs, much like the thread count used in the description of sheets; how many threads per square inch. I'm not sure how it's measured in the cinch but my guess is that it describes how many strands are bunched up together in each individual 'rope' of hair. I can tell you this is a well made product and I've been very happy with the durability, softness, and strength.
where is measurement taken on cinches ?
Robert G on Jun 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Measurements are without the rings. Keep in mind that the alpaca and mohair conches will stretch some. The natural fiber is designed to give and move with your horse some. We absolutely love these cinches!