Weaver Nylon Felt Lined Straight Smart Cinch

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Product Summary:

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Features a 2-roller design that eliminates the need to pull leather against leather, so that you can easily and safely cinch up your horse. Rollers give you more leverage, making this cinch easier on the horse. Nylon with felt lining is comfortable on the horse.  Nylon off-billet holder. Rust-proof stainless steel buckle and dees.

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I love these cinches. I do a lot of long distance trail riding & my horses never get sores with these.
MICHELLE S on Oct 20, 2015
I had previously ordered this same cinch, and like it, but now I am riding a smaller barreled mare and needed a smaller size. I like the way it holds the tightness as you are cinching up.
Linnea H on Jan 15, 2015
Love the smart cinch brand
Darlyne W on Apr 20, 2015
The wool allows breathing, no chaffing. Comfortable for the horse.
Crystal K on Dec 3, 2014
Where is the "two roller design" to make it easier to cinch? What are the two rings in the middle for?
Nancy H on May 24, 2014
Best Answer: The two rollers are at the bottom of the photo. First time the latigo goes through the first whole, second time through the big whole. It works great.
The two dees in the middle of the cinch can be used to attach a training fork/tie down or your back cinch.
I love this cinch.
Reply (1) · Report · DEBORAH T on May 25, 2014
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My made is 14.2 weighs approx 840lbs. What size cinch should I buy?
Jane D on Dec 28, 2015
Best Answer: Please tie a string to your saddle's off side cinch dee, run it underneath her to the near side cinch dee, and subtract 8 inches from that measurement.
Alternatively, you could measure from a hand's-width behind her elbow underneath to the same area on the other side.
Or, you can measure a cinch you already use that fits, tip to tip.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Dec 30, 2015
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