Professionals Choice Merino Wool Cinch

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Product Summary:

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Heavy-duty webbing with non-chafing, moisture-wicking 100% merino wool lining next to the horse’s skin provides remarkable comfort. The hardware is rust-resistant stainless steel including reinforced center D-rings and a convenient roller buckle. Merino wool lining is removable and washable for easy cleaning or replacement.

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would never use anything or any other brand on the cinch but this one my horses are comfortable and can tell the difference when I had changed it and I will never do that again
Judy D on May 23, 2017
These girths are excellent - comfy for the house and wear extremely well. It's the only girth I buy. Stateline Tack has the best price on it as well.
Bonnie G on Jul 20, 2016
Read many reviews and this sounds like a great product.
Kathleen H on Nov 28, 2016
Have one that is a 30" and love it. Needed one smaller for my sports saddle
Lynn C on Jul 20, 2016
Is there a perfect way to measure to get the best size for a horse?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2015
Best Answer: To measure your horse for the correct size, place your saddle on the horse while he's standing on level ground. 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 · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Sep 29, 2015
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Does the wool flatten out fast? How often do you need to replace this type of cinch?
Courtney E on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: The wool does flatten somewhat with sweat, so the key is to keep your cinch clean. It's easy to wash, making sure to rinse well and then hang over a fence rail to dry in the sunshine. It's soft and fluffy once again! The other thing to keep in mind is - don't over cinch your horse with any nylon based cinch- there is no "give" to nylon. Make sure your saddle fits your horse and you haven't over blanketed so you can leave your cinch comfortable and not too tight on your horse. Well-fitting breast collars assist also in keeping your saddle in place for most kinds of riding thereby avoiding the need to "strangle" your horse.
Reply · Report · Carol C on Oct 13, 2014
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Does this cinch have a keeper ?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2016
Best Answer: A keeper would be on the saddle.
Reply · Report · Fran K on Apr 19, 2016
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Would this girth work with a 3-point rigging?
Alice K on May 3, 2016
Best Answer: I am not a professional it appears that it would. I have this cinch but don't use a 3 point, but from viewing pictures on google, it appears it would. I have had mine for a while and it is a nice cinch.
Reply · Report · Janis S on May 3, 2016
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Does this cinch come in the wide?
Lisa N on May 9, 2014
Best Answer: It comes in 1 width if my memory serves. It is a nice width and we. Tend to buy one for our other two horses.
Reply · Report · Lorine D on May 9, 2014
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