Samples of crosslinked cis-polybutadiene were crystallized at different temperature and drawing degree. The melting behavior of the crystallized samples was analyzed detecting the retractive stress as a function of temperature. The experimental melting data were extrapolated to the equilibrium conditions to obtain the thermodynamic melting temperature as a function of the drawing degree. The extrapolated data were analyzed with different theoretical approaches. Results agree with a model in which chain-folding and extended-chain crystallization can coexist, depending on crystallization temperature and drawing degree.