Tough-1 Contour Pimple Grip Felt Pad

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Product Summary:

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Performers 1st Choice Contoured Orthopedic Airflow Felt Grip Western Saddle Pad
This combination pad has a pimple-textured 600 denier grip over substantial, firm felt, employing additional padding to accommodate saddle bars. Covered in signature airflow neoprene for superior gripping, the pad has a comfortable reinforced cut out at the area over the withers. Details include a faux leather strip along the backside and synthetic wear leathers. A vented ¼” PVC neoprene bottom follows the contours of the horse’s back, for non-slip shock absorption and protection with excellent moisture wicking capability.


· Gripping pimple texture increases saddle stability
· Allows air circulation for comfort
· Great moisture-wicking action
· Absorbs shock for maximum comfort for you and the horse

Item Specifications:

Dimensions: 32” x 32” x 1" Thick.

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I am showing 2 horses this year and needed to duplicate my equipment. This is a quality pad with many of the features I wanted but finding the right size felt nearly impossible.
Hannah B on Jul 22, 2016
I have a black one and love it
MONICA F on Sep 28, 2015
needed a pad
marla s on May 4, 2016
Bought one for myself and I love it! Now my mom wants one too.
Kristen O on Sep 13, 2015
Is the interior fleece or the grippy material? (the part that contacts the horse's back)
Jess M on Jun 27, 2014
Best Answer: The side of the pad that goes on the horse's back is the grippy material. I have found it very effective, and it has greatly reduced saddle slipping (combined with a wider cinch than I was previously using). My trainer thought it seemed too rough to be comfortable for the horse, but the Clydesdale mare I ride hasn't seemed to mind the texture at all. There is a hard ridge running down the middle of the saddle pad, though, so I wouldn't use it on a treeless saddle, since I think the ridge would press on the horse's spine.
Reply · Report · Susan H on Jun 27, 2014
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Has anyone has issues with this pad hurting the horse with its hard spine? I am at my wits end with it. 3 different body shaped horses and they all buck when I try to tighten the cinch. I don't want to just re-sell it because it seems dangerous and defective to me.
Sarah B on Feb 29, 2016
Best Answer: If your saddle's gullet doesn't have enough clearance for this pad I would certainly think it could be a problem. My saddle has enough clearance and I love this pad, but I was concerned about the hard spine when I first got it. I thought somebody had accidentally put rebar in the pad! I don't know why there is such a hard-ridged spine, but I will be very careful about saddle and pad combination with it. That being said, this pad works so well that I no longer need a breast collar.
Reply · Report · Susan H on Mar 2, 2016
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is it a barrel pad?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2015
Best Answer: No it's not. It has a squared back. It's a bit too long for my 14.2 paint but very nice. Doesn't slip at all.
Reply · Report · Melissa S on Feb 5, 2015
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how do you wash it?
jules on Mar 20, 2016
Best Answer: If you haven't bought this don't. It was dangerous. Unless you plan to put something between this and your horse's back. It couldn't be cinched down properly and almost cost us an injury.

It didn't clean well either.
Reply · Report · Melissa F on Mar 20, 2016
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does this pad work well with a horse with kissing spine?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2015
Best Answer: I don't know what a "kissing spine" is, but I sent this pad back because even though it says it's contoured, it really bunched up when I put the saddle on it. Didn't seem like it was very contoured to me. It was pretty flimsy and not very supportive.
Reply · Report · Freda M on Nov 10, 2015
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why is the lime green and pink more expensive than the other colors???
taylor w on Dec 6, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately Tough-1 does charge more for those two colors.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Dec 7, 2015
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does this come in 30 x 32?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
Best Answer: The size on this item is 32” x 32” x 1" Thick.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 3, 2014
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