StretchTec Shoulder Relief Girth™
With a foundation rooted in the ultra-effective Shoulder Relief Girth™, the StretchTec Shoulder Relief Girth™ provides the same shoulder freedom and elbow comfort as its predecessor - but with a one-of-a-kind patented (US Patent No. D843,666) triangular center elastic feature for additional performance.
The triangular center elastic allows the StretchTec Shoulder Relief Girth™ to expand with the 1.5 cm chest expansion that horses experience while breathing. The design also allows it to stretch in a more anatomically friendly way to contour better to a horse’s barrel and provide even contact through the sternum area.
Patent No. D843,666
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Deep offset from center to edges redirects the billet line to keep saddle off the horse's shoulders.
A horse's chest expands 1.5 cm while breathing. Triangular center elastic allows for this expansion and reduces restriction.
CONTOURED EVEN CONTACT
Triangular center elastic contours to the horse's natural barrel shape and provides more even girth contact while in work.
Peak pressure in regular girths is at the elbow. The cutback sides move girth away from horse’s elbow to alleviate this pressure.
Easily remove and swap liners for differing material options and easy washing. One girth covers all your seasonal, terrain, discipline needs.
INDESTRUCTIBLE BILLET KEEPERS
Intuitive looped billet keepers offer a low profile and extremely strong design.
How It Works
SHOULDER FREEDOM & BETTER BREATHING
UNPARALLELED COMFORT & EVEN CONTACT
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-Paula - Redmond, WA
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-Hillary - Bellingham, WA
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