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It's A...Cinch™ Camlock Pro Series


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It's A...Cinch™ Camlock Pro Series

Cargo Trapp

With it you can tighten a cinch while seated in the saddle. It's fast and easy. No more tying and untying. It works with all western saddles. Now comes with Quickfire Disconnect™ so you can remove your cinch easily with out taking it completely off.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
YC-A2 It's A...Cinch™ Each $26.95
 
Available Date 4/18/2014
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 - Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Fantastic!!!
Reviewed By:  Ed (Harlingen, TX) 
I've had my Cinch Camlock Pro for a couple years now and I absolutely love it. It's alot sturdier than it looks, and so incredibly easy to use. And it's true, you can tighten your cinch strap without even getting out of the saddle. And that's especially helpful at the beginning of almost every ride!

 - Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Awesome
Reviewed By:  Amy (Kennebunk, Maine) 
I just love this product. I have one on all my western saddles. Some of them I have had for years and they still work the same as they did new. I recommend this to all my friends. One of my mares will trip if her girth is too tight this allows me to loosen her girth just enough without having to get off to make her comfortable.

 - Thursday, September 08, 2011
Works Great
Reviewed By:  AMR (vinton, Iowa) 
I have used mine for a few years now. I am surprised the plastic has lasted this long. I was very concerned when I first got it because the plastic looked cheap. My daughter-in-law loves it too. I have arthritis in my hands and this is the only way I can cinch a western saddle. My husband does not like it because he does not trust it will hold. This product is very easy to use and I have never had a problem with it not holding. You can easily tighten while in the saddle.
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