Classic Equine Feather Flex Roper Cinch

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Product Summary:

Classic Equine Feather Flex Roper Cinch
Extra soft, non-chafing virgin neoprene is self-lubricating and reduces girth itch under extreme conditions. Antimicrobial and Antifungal. Made with stainless steel hardware that will not rust. Designed to eliminate twist and distortion. 27 strands.
  • Antimicrobial and Antifungal
  • Stainless Steel Hardware 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
28in Black E015008 028 BLK FFRCBK28 610393094762
28in Brown E015008 028 BRN FFRCBR28 610393094717
30in Black E015008 030 BLK FFRCBK30 610393094755
30in Brown E015008 030 BRN FFRCBR30 610393094700
32in Black E015008 032 BLK FFRCBK32 610393094748
32in Brown E015008 032 BRN FFRCBR32 610393094694
34in Black E015008 034 BLK FFRCBK34 610393094731
34in Brown E015008 034 BRN FFRCBR34 610393094687
36in Black E015008 036 BLK FFRCBK36 610393094724
36in Brown E015008 036 BRN FFRCBR36 610393094670

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This is my favorite cinch! has lasted 5 years and still going strong with almost every day use.
You will not be disappointed with this cinch. Worth the money. You should rinse it after each use. My horses love it. super supportive comfortable and no fleece to get fox tails in if you are a trail rider. easy to cinch up because of the roller. heavy duty made. Have not had one problem wit it. Slight cracking on edges of neoprene but I have used the heck out of it. still has lots of life in it. Will never buy another brand after this one.
October 2, 2015
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how to measure a western cinch?
Tbird on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Measure tip to tip, the full length of the cinch.