Mohair Short Girth NB
Attention! The short belt can only be ordered directly from Niederberger Saddlery! Please order directly from: email@example.com Please note that when buying from Switzerland, VAT and customs duties will apply. These are to be paid mostly with the collection with the customs. Mohair Short Girth Mohair short girth in English design with Argentan roller buckles. The girth is made and shipped by Niederberger Saddlery from Switzerland. More information about the saddlery Niederberger, you will find below. The girth is worked without interweaving at the sternum to be very adaptable in this area. Mohair is an animal fiber of the goat and has the following qualities: - absorbs moisture and is water repellent - warming in winter and cooling in summer - The fiber has a natural elasticity and has an antibacterial effect The mohair rope has similar advantages as the merino wool is softer to the touch but somewhat more sensitive to mechanical stress. Important before buying! The belt is made individually for you. Therefore, be sure to measure the correct length and then choose. Help can be found here above in the "Length" section, where you will find instructions and a video. To the saddlery Niederberger from Switzerland: We are a small family business from eastern Switzerland. We were founded in 1991 by the current head of the company Beat Niederberger and me, his wife Susan. From the beginning the company specialized in custom saddles, high quality leather goods for riding and driving as well as the restoration of antique carriages. We work with traditional materials in the classic style according to old patterns. We believe in the century-old experience of the old riding masters and their classical equipment. We try to revive the well-tried with high quality materials. All this for the benefit of the horse.
Die richtige Länge bekommst du, wenn du für den Kurzgurt eine handbreit unter dem Sattelblatt anfängst zu messen und dort auch eine Handbreit unter dem Sattelblatt aufhörst. Auch kann die länge von einem anderen Gurt abgenommen werden. Dafür von Rolle zu Rolle messen. Also am oberen Ende der Schnalle wo die Strippe durch läuft.