Mustang Pro-Roller Mohair Blend Roper Cinch

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Product Summary:

Mustang Pro-Roller Mohair Blend Roper Cinch
 
This 27-strand Mohair blend roper cinch features a leather sewn center, billet pocket and dual Mustang stainless steel Pro-Roller buckles. One-inch stainless steel dees are inset on the leather center.
 
This cinch is strung by hand.  The cinch cord is strung and stretched to size while assembling the cinch.  Different cinch cords have different elasticity and bounce back and once the cinch is taken off the manufacturing jig. It is possible for it to “shrink” down in size, but once it is cinched down under saddle, it will be the true original length. 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
28in E005867 28 699-28 635913021158
30in E005867 30 699-30 635913021165
32in E005867 32 699-32 635913021172
34in E005867 34 699-34 635913021189
36in E005867 36 699-36 635913021196

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this was recommended by a friend who trail rides. She told me it breathes better and absorbs the sweat better than synthetic girthes
Aloah D on Jun 17, 2015
I have always wanted to try a mohair cinch and this one was cheap
BRIANNA F on Apr 8, 2014
this was recommended by a friend who trail rides. She told me it breathes better and absorbs the sweat better than synthetic girthes
Aloah D on Jun 17, 2015
wanted mohair cinch; got it and price was excellent
Deborah K D on Jan 15, 2015
I have always wanted to try a mohair cinch and this one was cheap
BRIANNA F on Apr 8, 2014
wanted mohair cinch; got it and price was excellent
Deborah K D on Jan 15, 2015
Saddle rolls easily on my round mare. Will this cinch hold or slip?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I love this cinch. I also have a mare that holds air in, so I’m adjusting her cinch as needed. I’m thinking that should solve your problem no matter what cinch you use. I hope this helps.
what is a mohair blend made of ?
A shopper on Sep 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I am not sure but it is super soft and really durable - I use it everyday! The roller buckles are fantastic!
According to various measuring techniques, my horse seems to be between a 32 and 34 inch cinch. I've heard the mohair and mohair blend cinches stretch, so if I order a 34", will it be too large taking the stretch factor into account?
A shopper on May 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: According to top saddle makers: measure around the largest point of the barrel of your horse's body. Take that number and subtract 48. The remaining number is the cinch size for your horse. So, for example if you measure 80 inches around your horse; you need a 32" cinch. (80-48=32) This calculation is for western cinches. English girth sizes are figured differently, depending on the length of the billets.
what is the best way to measure a horse for a cinch? I have tried a couple of methods and have come up with very different sizes.
A shopper on Apr 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's been pretty much trial and error for me. I have quarter horses so sizes could be very different for thoroughbreds and Arabians; you doh't want to go too large but a rule of thumb for me is my smaller horses (13 to 15 hands) 26 - 28 inch girth works well while 15 - 16 hands need a 30 -32 girth