MicroSuede Bareback Pad

Item #121SA

$45.99

MicroSuede Bareback Pad

Micro suede bareback pad with felt center and fleece bottom. Pad features a fleece-lined adjustable girth strap. Read More

Color: Black

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$45.99

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MicroSuede Bareback Pad

Micro suede bareback pad with felt center and fleece bottom. Pad features a fleece-lined adjustable girth strap.

NOTE: Hot Pink is now Fuchsia.

Attributes

  • Color: Black,Rust,Navy,Fuschia
  • Type: Bareback Pad

Reviews (6)

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great pad, slips bad "

    i love this pad super comfy and durable, easy to wash, but it slides back so bad i can tighten it up as much as it will go but it still slips. But overall super good pad for the price.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "Love love love it"

    A friend of mine had this pad and I had to get it. It's thin enough to give you that full feel of your horse's movement but still provides cushion. It doesn't slip during a ride and the suede keeps you in place as well. I wouldn't recommend this for a horse with extremely high withers or a really prominent backbone just because it's not going to provide THAT much cushion but you will love this.

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "Slips"

    While this pad appears to be durable, it slips back a lot, which is really annoying. There are no D-rings to connect a breast strap to so I'm coming off and adjusting it all the time.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Amazing"

    First thing I got for my first horse, since I didn't have a saddle yet and it was difficult to find one as he has very high withers, but this fit him perfectly and allowed me to ride him with his bony back. Fits many horses, very light, durable, attractive, easy & simple. Highly recommend.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Very nice!"

    Ordered this in for a customer, pad is thick and suede is very nice. I like the girth too. All around this product is well worth the money.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "I've had one for nearly 30 years"

    One of the first things I bought when I got my first horse was a suede bareback pad. It's nearly 30 years old and still good as new. The only difference from this pad is the girth is leather. They can slip if not secured well so don't buy the ones with stirrups, BAD idea. I still love my pad, still in like new condition with hundreds of miles on it. And your legs will be like iron after you ride on it for a while.

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