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Handmade Mohair Cutter Cinch

A Handmade Mohair Cinch is a stunning addition to your tackroom, a true masterpiece in handcrafter tack. Our cinches are not only breathtakingly beautiful but also remarkably tough and durable. Each piece is uniquely crafted to an individual color theme, ensuring that no two cinches I create are ever alike!


Why mohair?

Mohair, sourced from Angora goats, is an exceptionally robust natural fibre. Bar M's Cinches and Breast Collars are exclusively crafted from 100% natural mohair, renowned for its breathability. This feature enables efficient wicking of sweat and moisture away from the horse's skin, significantly reducing the risk of cinch soring. Mohair's slight give grants the horse freedom of movement while under saddle, ensuring unparalleled comfort. Unlike blended-fibre cinches, our mohair products maintain their original length without any stretching over time, guaranteeing lasting quality and performance.


Handmade Mohair Cutter Cinch

  • In the rare event that you receive a defective in-stock product or your item is damaged in transit, please contact us within 7 days of receiving your order. We will work with you to resolve the issue promptly. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for change of mind. This may also include incorrect sizing chosen. Due to customs policies, we cannot accept any returned items that have come into contact with a horse. Exchanges may be permitted if the incorrect size has been ordered but all postage will be at the expense of the customer. Refunds will be issued only for damaged or defective in-stock products that cannot be replaced. Refunds will be processed within 7 business days of receiving the returned item.

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~Live each day with courage
~Take pride in your work
~Always finish what you start
~Do what has to be done
~Be tough, but fair
~When you make a promise, keep it
~Ride for the brand
~Talk less, say more
~Remember that some things aren't for sale
~Know where to draw the line     

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