Reinsman Tacky Too M2 Lite Square Pad

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The Reinsman Microsuede M2 Lite Contour Square Pad features a New, Light Weight Moisture Management felt which weighs only 40% of traditional pads with additional padding added in the bar area for orthopedic support. In combination with the Tacky Too bottom, this pad will eliminate pad slippage while promoting air circulation - wicking away and dissipating sweat from the horse's back. Your horse will experience a cooler and dryer workout while having less back fatigue resulting in overall better performance. Reinsman's exclusive Tacky Too® bottom is a non-slip material that is anti-bacterial, ventilated, pressure distributing, shock absorbing, and deceptively tough and durable. It does not pull or collect the horse's hair nor does it trap heat or sweat. Reduce sore backs and saddle roll! Low maintenance, easy to clean and quick drying.
Size: 32" x 32" x 1" thick (1 1/2" thick in bar area).
 
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New item I'm trying,sounds like a great product and had a good deal at Stateline! Hope it works out ad have happy horses with using this! Ill buy another if it works well.good price,sounds and looks well made!
Margaret A on May 5, 2015
stopped my horse from getting sore
R Darlene W on Jun 18, 2014
I have used Tacky Tack / Reinsman for over 12 yrs...
They do not allow saddle slippage and keep a horses back sore free.
They also allow u to ride w/a looser cinch...which some horses prefer.
Taking out all the air after over tightening sets the horse and rider up
for bad behavior.
Thanks....Deb Jones...Kville, CA
Debbie J on Apr 4, 2015
Great price, just what I was looking for.
Skip P on Apr 6, 2014
I have a 19 yr. old QH. He's well built but body is changing. Rather high withers and back is starting to sway. Would thus pad be a good choice?
Celest M on Apr 21, 2014
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Best Answer: I own this pad and it's a great pad, but I don't think this is the answer to your problem. I have a horse that has a bit of a sway back, and I bought the Cashel swayback pad. It works great. Here is a link.

http://www.statelinetack.com/item/cashel-shaped-western-swayback-cushion/E000863/
Reply · Report · Ronald B on Jul 18, 2015
Is this a good pad for a Tennessee Walking Horse? We use a quarterhorse semi-bar saddle
A shopper on Nov 5, 2014
Best Answer: I don't know anything about Tennessee Walking horses, I own Quarter horses and own 2 of these pads. Love these pads, excellent quality, and easy to keep clean, excellent under my 15" western saddle and my daughters 18" western saddles. My Quarter horse is a shorter backed horse and this pad is a little long for her, but I choose to put the pad in the middle under my saddle. Totally recommend these pads. Hope this helps you.
Reply · Report · CINDYJO F on Nov 17, 2014
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I tried using this pad one time and it has a lot of hair stuck in it. Am I supposed to be using a felt liner pad underneath?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: I have used my pad several times and don't usually have an issue with hair being stuck. I don't use a felt liner under mine. Generally I'm pretty happy with it! I do make sure I groom well before putting it on and especially in the shedding times (spring and as winter coat comes in). Not sure if this helps but glad to offer up my experience if so.
Reply · Report · lisa b on Nov 12, 2014
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I have a 19 yr. old QH. He's well built but body is changing. Rather high withers and back is starting to sway. Would this pad be a good choice?
Celest M on Apr 21, 2014
Best Answer: I use this pad on a high spine racking mare, she also has rather high withers, its been a good pad although i had to bump up the height by adding a plain white riser pad under it because it was rubbing on her last few vertebrae at the edge of the pad. I dont think you would have the same problem because quarters dont gate the way she does, its really like riding a rocking chair down the road. There is however a swayback pad designed to go under your current pad to help fill those places http://www.statelinetack.com/item/cashel-shaped-western-swayback-cushion/E000863/.I dont know if it will link you may need to copy/paste. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Shannon T on Apr 22, 2014
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I tried using this pad one time and it has a lot of hair stuck in it. Am I supposed to be using a felt liner pad underneath?
JLee1968 on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: I use this pad on two of my horses. I never use anything underneath it. The hair won't hurt it. All I do is spray it off good with a water hose. It typically dries over night in warm weather. We don't ride much in the cold winter months so usually just clean it good for the end of the season. I love these pads and I will purchase them again when needed. Happy Trails!
Reply · Report · Erin B on Oct 20, 2014
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I tried using this pad one time and it has a lot of hair stuck in it. Am I supposed to be using a felt liner pad underneath?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: No, the object of the tacky pad is to keep the saddle from slipping if you have that problem. I ride a 1/2 draft and 1/2 quarter. He doesn't have any withers and it keeps the saddle in place. I liked it so much that my husband got one. He doesn't have a problem with his saddle, just likes the pad. I take my brush and brush the pad off and about every 3 or 4th ride I hose it down a little. It depends how hairy your horse is when you get the hair. Our horses are pretty slick all year as we ride a lot. I hope this helps. It is a great pad. I thnk it is very comfy for the horses.
Reply · Report · Linda K on Oct 20, 2014
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I tried using this pad one time and it has a lot of hair stuck in it. Am I supposed to be using a felt liner pad underneath?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: No. The idea of this pad is primarily to prevent slippage of your saddle pad, and the "tacky" part of the pad holds the pad in place on the horse's back. I do not use this pad in the summer, as it gets very hot (since the tacky part is neoprene...imagine wearing a wetsuit in the middle of summer when you're not in the water!). My Arabian does NOT like this pad at all, as it appears to pull her hair and skin a bit. My QH loves it, and it does a great job keeping the saddle from slipping. It is very lightweight and EASY to clean...just hose off the hair on the tacky side...Hope this helps!! Happy Trails!!
Reply · Report · Winona R on Oct 20, 2014
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I tried using this pad one time and it has a lot of hair stuck in it. Am I supposed to be using a felt liner pad underneath?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: This pad features the Tacky Too bottom which was designed to eliminate the pad from slipping, using a liner would defeat the purpose of the pad but it wouldn't cause any harm.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Nov 6, 2014
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