Create your very own Mattes masterpiece, with so many options your girth can be truly unique!
This product does not contain a visualizer as you select your options. The photo displayed in the product description is a sample photo only. If you are not sure on your colours and options, E.A.Mattes have their own configurator, clickhereto go their site.
If you are not sure on some aspect of your Mattes selection, please drop us a line, we are more than happy to help.
As these are custom items and are made overseas, please allow up to 8-10 weeks for your order to arrive. Most of the time delivery times are well below this.
50cm to 120cm in 5cm increments.
The length is always measured buckle-end to buckle-end. Fully tightened the distance between the lower edge of the saddle flap and the buckle end should be no more than 15cm. It is imperative to ensure the girth is worn evenly and symmetrically on both sides.
Anatomic, Athletico, Asymmetric and Crescent. If you scroll through the photos in the product description you will see a sample of each style and photo and text describing each style and what type of horse it is suited for.
E.A.Mattes Quilt Short Girths...
All base girths are padded with POLY-FLEX and have a spreader insert for optimal pressure distribution, finished with a separate sheepskin cover with trim around the edges to avoid edge pressure and chafing. They have stainless steel spring loaded buckles and elastic buckle straps on both ends.
PLEASE NOTE: E.A.Mattes girths cannot be used without a sheepskin cover.
A colour may vary slightly when reproduced. NGE have colour swatches on hand for every part of the saddlecloth that we can photograph and send to you.
Washing & Care Instructions
Each Mattes product comes with detailed washing and care instructions attached. For optimum life and use of your Mattes product please follow these instructions. If any questions please get in touch with NextGen Equine.
There is a possibility of dye bleeding from dark or bright coloured sheepskin onto light coloured quilt. A slight staining is possible from dark or bright coloured wool onto the hair of light coloured horses. Fading of the wools surface is also possible due to the composition of the horses sweat, which can be different from horse to horse. The same applies to dark and bright dyes on saddle leathers.