Our Western Saddle Cinches offer a soft feel with breathable technology
- Evenly distribute pressure
- Antibacterial and antifungal for healthy skin.
- Features chaffless non-slip materials and design.
- Offered with 2 Stainless steel center D-rings and stainless steel roller buckles.
If you have a girthy or cold backed horse you will be amazed how this Western horse cinch instantly improves comfort. This saddle cinch will assist in keeping your saddle stable if you are having saddle slip issues. The ThinLine is so grippy, you can ride without the need for over cinching, giving your horse the comfort he needs to breathe and relax! Made with leather reinforcement tabs behind the buckles and nylon reinforcements connecting the buckles.
No elastic to overstretch or give out! The anti-fungal qualities of the ThinLine foam keep your horse’s skin healthy and allow for use on multiple horses without spreading fungus, such as rain rot.What is ThinLine?ThinLine is a thin, shock-absorbing non-slip breathable foam endorsed by surgeons, master saddlers, riders, and veterinarians. It is durable and very easy to clean, soap and water are all you need.
Sizing & Style
Weight 3 lbs Dimensions 6 × 6 × 10 in short girth sizes
26 inch, 28 inch, 30 inch, 32 inch, 34 inch
Black, Dark Brown
Tack Care instructions
We strongly recommend using all-natural ThinLine Cleaners for our easy-care reins, boots, girths and other tack. The formula is completely safe for the ThinLine foam, and does an excellent job of cleaning the leather too! Simple dish soap will work as well and baby wipes are handy for a quick clean up! Please avoid leather care products; they contain oil which is damaging to ThinLine. While it looks and feels like leather, it is a very special, nonslip, pressure distributing foam. For conditioning the leather, we recommend using a paste-like conditioner (like Horseman’s One Step) so that you can control the application to avoid contact with the ThinLine.
Please be aware that leather care products and chemicals such as Show Sheen and fly spray can cause the foam to harden.