Rattler builds the best piggin string on the market, and they have easily matched it with their goat string. It is recommended by the one and only Lynn Smith. It was built with the same technology and care as their Racer Piggin string. There are designed in 3 ply for the best hold in all four lays it is offered in. The softer the string the better for beginners. The Soft goat string is great for the ultimate beginner that is still mastering the basics. The MS is perfect for goat tiers who has smaller hands and can’t quite handle the orinial string. This goat tier is still mastering the basics but has the hang of goat tying. The original M string is a precise blend of frimness for the fast and snappy ties all goat tiers dream of. It offer great control and speed.
A - Hat Size: Wrap a tape measure around your head about 1/2" above your ears and across forehead.
B - Neck Size: Take a shirt that fits you well, lay the collar flat and measure from the center of collar button to far end of collar button-hole. The measurement in inches is your neck size.
C - Chest/Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under arms and across shoulder blades.
D - Sleeve length: Bend elbow up, measure from center of neck (back) to elbow and up to wrist.
E - Waist Size: For Belts - To determine your belt size, add 2" to your jean or slack size. For Slacks/Jeans: Wrap the tape measure over a shirt (not slacks) around body at the height you usually wear jeans or slacks. Keep one finger between tape and body.
F - Hip Size: Standing with feet together, measure around the fullest part of hips (usually 8" below waistline or at the bottom of zipper.)
G - Inseam Size: Take a pair of pants that fit you well, lay flat with side seams together. Fold one leg back and measure flat leg from crotch inseam down to bottom of pant.
H - Footwear Size: Order your normal street shoe size unless otherwise specified.