Western Poly Off Billet

$4.19
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Product Summary:

Doubled and stitched polypropelyne. Made in the U.S.A.

Size: 36" L x 1-3/4" W.

Product Reviews by Customers

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Bought both sides and the nylon matched exactly. Cinch easy to put on and remove and tie slides easily. The off strap did not have holes to lace the strap onto the saddle so it could come off if no cinch attached to the strap.
November 29, 2016
This product is exactly as it says it is. Strong and sturdy.
January 19, 2015
I have no complaints
So far this is working out nicely, I an using it with my Wintec saddle. It has held up nicely so far. it is nice and thick, and looks good with my saddle. I do recommend it.
January 31, 2014
Nylon Billets... Great for 20+ years!
I do like leather however, when it comes to billets and cinch straps, my nylon ones hold up longer than most of my leather unless the leather is actually cleaned and conditioned daily then it is a toss up. Thanks for allowing me to give my review.
October 21, 2012
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Reviews were good and I prefer nylon over leather, as far as tie straps.
Elizabeth c on Oct 1, 2015
Well after the Off Billet broke on my saddle and I hit the ground, it was time to replace this one and a couple more. Very please with the quality of this product and looks great on my Circle Y Park and Trail saddle.
LINDA N on Feb 17, 2015
Reviews were good and I prefer nylon over leather, as far as tie straps.
Elizabeth c on Oct 1, 2015
to replace old ones. I like these off billets. They are sturdy and last well.
LAURIE L on Jul 16, 2015
Well after the Off Billet broke on my saddle and I hit the ground, it was time to replace this one and a couple more. Very please with the quality of this product and looks great on my Circle Y Park and Trail saddle.
LINDA N on Feb 17, 2015
Stuff like this just wears out when you ride hard, and I like nylon better since we trail ride a lot. Leather gets to difficult once it's been wet a few times.
TERESA K on Feb 1, 2015
needed item
bob m on Apr 9, 2014
price,need,durability of material
Roxanne A on Mar 21, 2014
Was needed to replace old one
JULIA F on Mar 20, 2014
to replace old ones. I like these off billets. They are sturdy and last well.
LAURIE L on Jul 16, 2015
Stuff like this just wears out when you ride hard, and I like nylon better since we trail ride a lot. Leather gets to difficult once it's been wet a few times.
TERESA K on Feb 1, 2015
Can I use this for my bucking strap?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You could,....but I'd get a 2nd just in case. Actually I'd have the 2nd sewed onto the 1st and there should be absolutely no problem of ripping. It's a good product. I like them. Work great for standard saddle horse riding.
what's the difference between a tie strap and a billet and can they be used interchangeably? I ride English and bought a Western saddle for hubby.
JANETTE A on Dec 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: On a western saddle the billets are shorter pieces that attach to the saddle and the front and rear cinches attach to the billets. The front cinch only uses one billet on the off side and the tie strap (which is much longer) on the "mounting" (left) side. They are not used interchangeably. Western and English are two student worlds. I just started English but also ride in an aussie get up on one of my horses. I am always using the wrong terms....girth....cinch....etc, lol. 😂