To keep your leather girth in good condition, we recommend cleaning it regularly with a damp sponge, some glycerine soap and lukewarm water. You can then hydrate your leather with grease applied using a household or special leather cloth. If your leather items are rough and dry, you can also treat them with leather milk to deeply moisturise the leather.
Our adjustment tips
After purchase, we recommend checking that the shape of the girth suits your horse. It just takes a few simple steps to efficiently check the fit. First, to properly adjust the girth, you need to check the position of the saddle. It should be placed behind the shoulder. Once the saddle is placed correctly, you can check that the forelimbs are free to move by placing a flat hand between your girth and the back of the horse's elbows.