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LeMieux Pro Lambskin Jumping Girth Covers
LeMieux Pro Lambskin Jumping Girth Covers
LeMieux Pro Lambskin Jumping Girth Covers
LeMieux Pro Lambskin Jumping Girth Covers

LeMieux ProLambskin Jumping Girth Covers

The ProLambskin Jumping Girth Cover features a soft Lambskin lining with rolled edges and adjustable Velcro straps to secure it in place.

Price: From £27.00

o Soft Luxurious Lambskin lining
o Finished with rolled edges
o Quality cotton on reverse
o Two adjustable Velcro straps
o Non-slip design - tried and tested!
o Helps to prevent rubbing and discomfort
o Suitable for use with short jumping girths
o Ideal for training and competition use
o Available in a selection of colours to match your tack
These smart Jumping Girth Covers are made from breathable cotton with beautifully soft Merino Lambskin lining. Rolled edges finish the girth cover perfectly and prevent any rough edges that may pinch or rub, ensuring the cover is extra comfortable. There are two sturdy adjustable Velcro fastenings to hold the girth cover in place. The cover has been thoroughly tested to ensure it will not slip during use. The Jumping girth Covers have found to be popular with short jumping girths on saddles with longer girth straps. The soft and comfortable feel of these covers makes them ideal for sensitive horses to help ensure comfort and prevent rubbing. There are three colours available to allow you to choose one that coordinates with your tack. Care for your girth cover correctly to keep at its best for longer. Care Instructions: Before cleaning remove hair, dirt and dried sweat with a stiff brush. Rub human hair conditioner (ideally for dry hair) generously over lambskin areas. Put on a machine wash at 30° on a cool/wool cycle or hand wash. Only use non-biological powder or liquid. After washing straighten/flatten cotton fabric after washing and air dry near heat source but NOT directly on a source of heat. Do NOT tumble dry and avoid using strong fabric conditioners. Warning: In rare cases dye from black wool items may react with sweat and stain grey coats.