Which Girth Style do you need

Anatomic

Anatomic Girth Shape Horse

Anatomic Girth Shape

Anatomic

This Girth shape suits horses with good confirmation where the girth sits far enough away from the horses elbow. The Girth is slightly cut back at the front and back in the elbow area. (strap is rotatable).

Asymetric

Asymetric Girth Shape Horse

Asymetric Girth Shape

Asymetric

This Girth shape suits close coupled horses with less pronounced rib cages, where there is less distance from where the girth wants to sit and the elbows. This girth is severely cut back in front of the elbow area to compensate for this.

Crescent

Crescent Girth Shape Horse

Crescent Girth Shape

Crescent

This Girth shape suits round horses with short backs and wide ribs or a narrow chest. The special shape of the girth absorbs the rib curvature so that it cannot slip forward.

Athletico

Athletico Girth Shape Horse

Athletico Girth Shape

Athletico

This Girth shape suits horses with athletic, strong web shaped physique. The special shape fo the belt prevents in almost all cases, any saddle slippage that may result in the girth sliding backwards.

Correctly fitted Girth
Incorrectly fitted Girth

Correct Fitting

A Correctly fitted Girth will ensure the maximum comfort for your horse in both ensuring there is clearance through the elbow and ensuring your saddle stays in place. Tou should ensure enough clearance that the buckles do not catch on your horses elbow, additionally that the Mattes Girth Style you choose suits your horses conformation.

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