This is a brand new Cotton ranch lariat, it has been pretreated so that it will NOT absorb moisture. This rope is 65+ feet long and is 5/16 in diameter. It is made from five strands of cotton and one strand of nylon running down the center to give additional strength. Cotton Lariats have a lot of weight to them but are a little stiffer than a poly, they are really the best of both worlds. I have used one for about a year now and the more you use them the better they feel. They don't tend to fray like nylon ropes and don't glass up like a poly either. I have been very pleased with mine and everyone that I have sold them to likes them also. They are a great rope for those that rope with a slick horn, especially in windy country.
You won't find a better ranch rope than our Open Range Rope
During the late 1960s and early 1970s he teamed roped with several partners, including his nephew Norman Cotton, his wife, Alice, an accomplished horseperson in her own right (who, in her eighth decade, still heels and drags calves at local brandings), and Howard Parker. Some would say during this time, with too much exaggeration, that when Sid and Norm drove into a local ranch jackpot roping that the other ropers knew that first or second place was taken.
Team & Ranch Ropes - Smith and Edwards
Quality gear for the working cowboy. If you are looking for a custom made saddle, quality tack, a new cotton ranch rope, or a silver mounted bit, please look around the website and give us a call or purchase online.
King 3/8" Scant Left Handed Ranch Rope.