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Arma Memory Foam Girth Brown.

Give your horse long lasting comfort when being exercised with the Arma Memory Foam Girth.

Responsive and contoured, the Arma Memory Foam Girth is crafted with soft, shock absorbency in a body mapping form, it's is heat responsive memory foam moulds to the body for a bespoke fit.

The Memory Foam Girth features an anatomic contour shape which provides unrestricted movement around the elbows and increased support under the belly, a flexible, stretch resistant and wipe clean backing, reinforced with non-stretch nylon webbing, pressure alleviating elastic inserts at both ends and stainless steel roller buckles and fittings for long lasting performance.

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