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Short Girth – Dressage & Monoflap


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 Short Girth for Dressage and Monoflap Saddles

The Best non-slip girth includes stabilizing ring system for even pressure and flexibility.

100% Trademark ThinLine foam against your horse. Featuring the best in No Slip softness with ventilating technology and infused with anti-fungal agents for healthy skin and use on multiple equines.

Distributes pressure evenly with its unique stabilizing D ring system.  Billets slide through this unique D ring, allowing horses to move and breath with comfort.

  • Stainless steel roller buckles with leather reinforcement tabs.
  • Available in Black in 20″-34″ lengths in 2″ increments.
  • ThinLine Foam
  • Variable Flex buckle system.

The ThinLine short girth for Monoflap saddles is an effective non-slip girth but it might be most famous for its ability to mold to the curvature of a horses’ girth. It creates comfort riders swear by.  Riders also love the easy care, simply wipe it down with a baby wipe or add a little dish soap to a cloth. So go ahead, get sweaty, let the arena mud fly. Have some fun with a happy horse.


Care Instructions

Care instructions: We recommend the use of ThinLine Cleaners for these products, as they have been tested and are completely safe for the ThinLine foam lining and do an excellent job of cleaning the leather in an all natural product. Or just wipe with soap and water. Easy care, long lasting. Please do not use oil based cleaners like Lexol. Oil will harden the ThinLine material and you want it soft for years!


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Does this girth have elastic?Back to product
asked by Anonymous on 2019-01-18 16:53:37
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  1. Thank you for your question! This girth has no elastic and is made almost entirely of ThinLine, which has some give and always rebounds into original shape. It's also designed to distribute pressure evenly with it's stabilizing D-ring billet system.
    Berit Brown answered on 2019-01-22 13:16:45