Mustang Navajo Square Saddle Pad

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Product Summary:

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Mustang Mesa Herculon Top Square Western Saddle Pad
This saddle pad takes shock absorption to a new level. A generous 1” of felt creates the center of this saddle pad, ensuring superior comfort for both horse and rider. The top layer is Herculon, one of the strongest, most stain-resistant fabrics available, resisting odor and saddle staining and requiring minimal upkeep for long wear and vibrant color. A fleece lining forms the bottom layer, molding perfectly to your horse’s back to create a safer, smoother ride. Three southwestern pattern choices and suede wear leathers make this square cut saddle pad handsome as well as functional.


· Square cut
· Extra shock absorbing layer
· Stain-resistant
· Durable
· Genuine suede wear leathers

Item Specifications:

Dimensions: 32”L x 30”W x 1”Thick
Materials: Herculon, fleece, suede

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Cynthia M on Sep 26, 2015
I have used Navajo fleece pads for top pads for years and years. They wear well and look good. With an all fleece pad underneath, they wick away sweat and help keep my horse's back from chafing. The price on this was good.
Sandy W on May 25, 2015
To use under my mustang's saddle.
Lori B on Jul 8, 2015
My grandaughter needed this the pad she is using is looking sorta bad and it was her birthday so I decided this would be a great gift for her.
Wendy T on Apr 2, 2015
how do you clean these??
jim z on May 11, 2015
Best Answer: Spraying it will water, a little scrubbing with some laundry detergent, good rinse and lots of drying time does the trick. I haven't washed mine much since brushing them off and hanging them properly between rides seems to keep them nice. I'm not getting them soaked or muddy, though, so it depends on the kind of use.
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