ThinLine Comfort Plus Bareback Pad

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Product Summary:

A great combination. Our Comfort Plus bareback pad design with a ThinLine seat. The unique ThinLine material reduces the bounce factor and helps alleviate concussion to both horse & rider. This will make for a great ride and will put the pleasure back into bareback riding. Soft suede like material with a tuck and roll ThinLine seat. Leather reinforced billets. Non slip bottom. A 28" non slip girth is included. 24" inches from front to back, 34" across to the bottom of flap on each side.

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Does this pad have stirrups?
Cindy F on Jun 14, 2015
Best Answer: This bareback pad does not include stirrups.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jun 15, 2015
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Is this saddle good for Roman riding? I want to get one that has a good grip on the seat does it? And does it have a long or short girt? Also can you strap on a Chest harness?
Horse Love on Feb 21, 2014
Best Answer: No, I wouldn't use it for trick riding. The seat is smooth leather. You can add a breastcollar and the girth is quite large.
Reply (1) · Report · Don B on Feb 22, 2014
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If the seat is smooth leather, instead of suede, how does that help the rider "stick" to the horse? And what is suede-like material, and how well does it stand up? Does it make the horse sweat a lot, as with people wearing the old-fashioned polyester?
Karin S on May 7, 2014
Best Answer: Hello! I don't know if this helps but I love this bareback pad (I have had it since Christmas 2013)…and I was always a huge fan of not using anything for bareback.

I don't notice my horse sweating any more than a saddle and saddle pad would make her..plus if she does it cleans up really easily and keeps it off of the seat of my pants. The underside of the bareback pad has little holes that seem to help ventilate and definitely lend grip to the horses back. P.S. the girth is awesome. It is EASY to tighten and my horse does not have high withers so I worry about slipping..but not with this.

I found the seat to be comparable to a saddle in that you can reposition yourself without so much stick you can't move…yet there is more of a padded/squish to it that by nature gives you more grip than hard smooth leather. It also allows you to have that bareback "Feel" of the horse under you…yet completely eliminated that feeling of my seat bones on either side of her spine.

The suede-like flap definitely gives more grip for your knee and lower leg. That alone will help catch you if you start to slide sideways around a turn.

Hope this is helpful!
Reply · Report · nancy s on May 9, 2014
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can it b washed?
Rondi H on Jun 12, 2015
Best Answer: Hi! Honestly, I've had for a year, use it all the time - literally at least 3 rides a week - and I haven't washed it yet. The top never looks dirty. I have some western saddle pads that are the same material underneath and I never wash those either. The underside and girth I just wipe really well with a damp rag or hose off. I wouldn't leave in the sun to dry or leave upside down - I just dry mine on a saddle rack. It was a lot of $ for me to spend on a bareback pad but I am pretty thin and my 'sit/butt' bones were making my mares back sore when I rode bareback so I splurged on this pad. Really glad I did - use it ALL the time. Looks nice too with a black dressage bridle. Hope that helps.
Reply · Report · genevieve M on Jun 12, 2015
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