Wintec Chafeless Elastic Girth Long

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Product Summary:

Wintec Chafeless Elastic Girth

This uniquely designed girth has a fully elastic center, so the entire girth stretches with your horse as it works. The curved shaping reduces the width of material behind your horse’s elbows to help prevent pinching their skin.

Item Specifications:


Style Item Number Model Number UPC
38In Black SLT901826 038 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK95 9329097001624
38In Brown SLT901826 038 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN95 9329097001648
40In Black SLT901826 040 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK100 9329097001662
40In Brown SLT901826 040 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN100 9329097001686
42In Black SLT901826 042 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK105 9329097001709
42In Brown SLT901826 042 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN105 9329097001723
44In Black SLT901826 044 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK110 9329097001747
44In Brown SLT901826 044 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN110 9329097001761
46In Black SLT901826 046 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK115 9329097001785
46In Brown SLT901826 046 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN115 9329097001808
48In Black SLT901826 048 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK120 9329097001822
48In Brown SLT901826 048 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN120 9329097001846
50In Black SLT901826 050 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK125 9329097001860
50In Brown SLT901826 050 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN125 9329097001884
52In Black SLT901826 052 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK130 9329097001907
52In Brown SLT901826 052 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN130 9329097001921
54In Black SLT901826 054 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK135 9329097001945
54In Brown SLT901826 054 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN135 9329097001969
56In Black SLT901826 056 BLK WGCHXXXXXXBLK140 9329097001983
56In Brown SLT901826 056 BRN WGCHXXXXXXBRN140 9329097002003

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this? Store
matches the saddle
Kristin K on Jun 10, 2019
I needed a new girth.
Elin L on Jul 20, 2018
matches the saddle
Kristin K on Jun 10, 2019
I liked the look but mostly we had no options locally to purchase the English saddle and girth. Your web site was one of the first ones we found and liked it's set up.
Thomas B on Jan 4, 2019
I needed a new girth.
Elin L on Jul 20, 2018
Needed a longer girth.
Jennifer W on Jun 22, 2018
Bought a Wintec AP saddle
Melanie M C on Dec 26, 2016
Have the wintec saddle
Debra A on Nov 3, 2016
Good Reviews
Craig M on Nov 21, 2015
I chose this because I thought it would be comfortable for my horse.
Deanna K on Oct 27, 2015
needed new ones
BRIAN C on Jun 9, 2015
Very good quality and good condition for the price
jacqueline b on Oct 26, 2014
I love this item. I got it a couple of months ago and it is very nice.
Kathryn C on Jul 27, 2014
I have other sizes of this girth and it always has been a great girth for me, so when I got another much larger horse, naturally I chose this girth the price was amazing!
David S on Apr 10, 2014
new horse skinner and needs new girth
ALANA M on Feb 20, 2014
It's chafe less and won't cause sores.
Ashlyn F on Feb 18, 2014
Good reviews
Kendal D on Nov 8, 2013
Have used this girth for my dressage saddle. Horses seem to like it and price is great. Also easy to keep clean.
Sandra M on Sep 2, 2013
I liked the look but mostly we had no options locally to purchase the English saddle and girth. Your web site was one of the first ones we found and liked it's set up.
Thomas B on Jan 4, 2019
Needed a longer girth.
Jennifer W on Jun 22, 2018
How wide is this girth?
Ivana K on May 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 2 3/4 inches at narrowest, 3 7/8 inches at widest
how do i know what size girth to buy for an english wintec saddle ?
vicki h on Nov 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Place the saddle and pad you intend to use on the horse and measure from about the first girth billet hole on one side, underneath the horse to about the first girth billet hole on the other side.

If you don't yet have the saddle and pad, you can also measure from about a hands-width above the horse's elbow underneath to the same position on the other side.

Alternatively you can borrow other girths to try on and measure the length of which ones fit, from tip to tip.

You want the new girth to just be able to reach the first or second girth billets on either side when you first put it on. This gives you room to tighten. Also, both girths and the saddle's girth billets may stretch over time.
How do measure for a girth?
Eddie A on May 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can estimate the girth length you will need by placing your saddle and saddle pad (along with any special padding you'll use under the saddle) on your horse. Have a helper hold a fabric tape measure with inch increments on approximately the middle billet hole on one side of the saddle, while you stretch the tape under the horse, one hand's width away from the back of the elbow, to the corresponding billet hole on the other side of the saddle. The inch measurement you obtain translates to the girth size you require.

Remember that different saddles will have different billet strap lengths, so you may have to change your girth size if you change your saddle. Also, if you measure a used girth to obtain the desired length for a new girth, remember that the old girth has probably stretched.
Can I use this girth for jumping?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe so. I have yet to use it for that, but it has been great for multiple horses on the flat so far.
Is there a way to attach a standing martingale?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2015
Is there a ring on it to attach a martingale?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No metal ring3. There are 3 loops the width of the girth on the outside of the girth. I believe these are for attaching martingales or side reins. Hope this helps.
If horse is 34 western girth what size girth for English ?
A shopper on Jun 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If your horse takes a 34 Western cinch, you probably need a 48 English girth. This would be for a horse 15h to 16h tall.
You can also place the English saddle & pad on the horse's back and measure from the first hole on the girth billets underneath the belly up to the first hole on the girth billets at the other side. This will give you leeway to tighten.
I am looking to get this girth but unsure about what size to get. I have size 30 or 32 in western what is that equivalent to you in these girths? thank you
Heather S on May 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is an English girth. If you use a size 30 or 32 Western cinch, you probably need an English girth in size 42 or 44, which would fit a horse approximately 14h to 15h.
If you already have the English saddle, place it on the horse's back along with the pad and measure from the lowest billet hole on one side, underneath the belly up to the lowest billet hole on the other side. This will give you enough room to tighten the girth.
So if I use a "standard" 54 in girth, I should order the 56 in Wintec chafeless?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You will probably need the same size you usually use.
Is there a reason why it only comes in black? I've seen the exact girth in brown on other sites in brown, was hoping to buy it from here.
A shopper on Mar 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry, we only offer this item in black.
Does this girth only come in black?
Grace E on Mar 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The sizes font make sense I measured as you instructed and got 27 I have a 15h horse.that is using a 34 western s I your instructions would make it 27 however you told a person if it's a 32 western in would translate to a 48????I confused
How do you measure the wintec girth for reorder? My existing wintec girth is 45 inches from bottom of buckle to bottom of buckle. But that is no a size.
George H on Nov 2, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You measure buckle end to buckle end.