Kensington Western Saddle Carrier

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Kensington Western Saddle Carrier
 
The western saddle carry bag gives protection for the biggest and heaviest of saddles.  Made of a durable 600 Denier outer shell with one roomy anti-bacterial coated USA made Textilene®. Features 16" x 9" gear pocket on each side and one large 20" x 34" pocket for pad storage at the top of the bag which can hold 2 large pads.  The mesh allows airflow and helps prevent mold and mildew.  A full length heavy-duty zipper around the outer edge is used for easy loading and unloading.  Brass plated hardware and padded shoulder strap for comfort.  Measures: 68" W x 32" L

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One of the best saddle bags I have ever used!
April F on Sep 19, 2014
Is the Kensington Western Saddle Carrier suitable for protecting the western saddle for checked luggage with an airline?
robert on Jun 7, 2015
Best Answer: I have not traveled by air with it; however, I would say yes. It is padded and the cover is heavy rip stop nylon. I would like to see a way to strap/connect the stirrup pockets together - maybe you can add a strap to do that. It is at least as heavily constructed as the garment bags (sometimes stuffed with as much weight as a saddle) I have checked for many flights for many years. Be sure to remove the carrying strap and stuff it into a pocket before checking it in.
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