Tough-1 Cordura Bareback Pad with Stirrups

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Tough-1 Deluxe Bareback Pad with Stirrups
 
Colorful blanket-type fabric with felt center. Nylon stirrup leathers. High-impact plastic stirrups. Tie straps included.

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had one of these 50 years ago and loved it.
pamela E on Aug 12, 2015
I got this item because me and my horse do a lot better bareback so i decided to try a bareback pad with stirrups.
Michelina M on Jul 26, 2014
My wife loves to ride bareback and I thought this would be nice
Steve P on Nov 28, 2014
Wanted to try a bareback pad. Did not like. Girth is not secure.
Shannon S on Jun 19, 2014
Are the stirrups removable?
Rhiannon Kornak on Feb 10, 2014
Best Answer: The stirrups themselves are but the straps ("leathers") are not so you would still have them hanging if you removed the stirrups.
Reply · Report · Stacie S on Feb 10, 2014
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is there a girth with it/on it because in the picture it doesnt show it?
joy r on Aug 6, 2014
Best Answer: Yes. This product does have a girth, but the girth is the same buckle shown on the stirrup and does not get as tight as I would like.
Reply · Report · Kerrie C on Aug 7, 2014
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I have a hard time finding cinches to fit my little TB Appy. Im curious to know how big this really is and if you would use it on a horse with a high wither? I've been using pony cinches on him.
BPorter on May 8, 2014
Best Answer: The pad measures 24" front to back and 30" across at the widest point of the flap. The girth is highly adjustable (may have to make a few extra holes) and can be as small as 12" and as large as 75". I originally bought it for my TB and now use it with my Percheron, so it's pretty flexible. It's soft and pliable, like a normal saddle pad, so I don't think it would bother your horses withers. I will warn you that it's not the typical Tough1 orange; it's actually a really dull shade for the Tough1 brand.
Reply · Report · Jessa M on May 14, 2014
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Is that orange? We want orange, but it's says red
Shayla on Nov 25, 2013
Best Answer: I ordered an orange one and it showed up as a very light yellowish-orange. Not nearly as bright as they show in the picture. My colors are orange and green, and I often order orange items from Tough-1. This was definitely not their typical bright orange.
Reply · Report · Jessa M on Nov 25, 2013
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I've never ridden bareback and I don't like riding on SADDLES so up figure I could combine them (bareback pad with stirrups) and I'm alittle nervous is this the best choice or should I find a different one?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: I Iove this pad. It is durable and comfortable. The problem I had with it is the cinch. I found with the type of catch cinch on it, I could not get it tight. I am lucky to have a heavy sewing machine and added a d ring and altered it to get it tighter. This is a nice pad but the design of the cinch needs improvement. If your a well balanced rider in your stirrups you will love it. Quick and light.
Reply · Report · LISA U on Jan 22, 2015
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does this slide alot? and would it be good for a kinda rough quater horse and just to do alittle jumping?
joy r on Aug 7, 2014
Best Answer: I would say that depends. It is not like a saddle in any way. My nieces both like them on their old rough quarter horse, but he is pretty swayed so the pad doesn't move much. If you are just going over a little jump that you would feel comfortable doing bareback you would probably be okay. But it really is not a saddle, just more like a cushion.
Reply · Report · Michelle C on Aug 7, 2014
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