Weaver AirFlex Roper Cinch

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Product Summary:

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AirFlex Roper Cinch
  • Patented, state of the art performance cinch features a unique, molded airflow channel design that offers breathability and maximum flexibility
  • The airflow channels prevent heat from being trapped, maximizing air circulation and comfort for enhanced performance
  • Features cool flex foam that doesn't absorb heat like black neoprene, ensuring the perfect combination of comfort and performance
  • Padded flex edges move with the horse for extra cushioning where needed - perfect when a horse is spinning, cutting a cow, rounding a barrel and more
  • Equal pull design provides equal pressure across the entire cinch to keep the saddle snug and maximize equine comfort
  • Features a black poly top and flat stainless steel buckles and dees

Product Reviews by Customers

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I heard many good things about this cinch. I am a barrel racer & chose to go with the roper size. I like the idea of using a roper for barrel racing because it is wider & holds the saddle down more comfortably for the horse.
Rebecca W on Jul 21, 2015
Comfortable for the animal. Easy to keep clean. I had read another review where the reviewer's opinion was the cinch slipped. This is not my experience at all. I feel safe and have not had any slippage at all.
SHERRIE M on Oct 4, 2014
how to measure for horse cinch?
A shopper on Jul 7, 2015
Best Answer: You can 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.
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