Triple E Waxwear Bareback Pad w/Grip Bottom

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Product Summary:

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Triple E Rugged Ride Waxwear Bareback Pad with Grip Bottom
 
Features:
  • Contoured
  • Full comfort grip neoprene bottom
  • Felt filled
  • Includes comfort grip non-slip 26" adjustable removable girth, off billet, tie strap, and adjustable/removable Ralide stirrups
Measurements: Spine (Length) 26 1/2"
                        Drop (Spine to lowest Point on the bottom of the pad) 16"
 
Colors: Black or Khaki (Khaki colors may vary with a hint of moss color)

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Enzo S on Jul 29, 2015
Online reviews were exceptionally positive and consistently pointed out beneficial features and performance of product.
Jay G on May 15, 2014
Currently have a bareback pad without stirrups - tried this one that a friend had and loved it! Good quality, easy to cinch up, very comfortable.
Chris F on Nov 10, 2014
To train my horse who is saddle shy and for pleasure riding.
Carin C on May 10, 2014
Will this fit a draft size horse?
T B on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: Most likely yes. The pad itself is sufficiently flexible to conform to the withers and back of any horse. The only conceivable issue might be the length of the off billet, however if need be, a longer strap could be introduced readily and at low cost. The pad is extraordinary, a far cry from the girted pad without stirrups of my youth a half century ago. Especially considering the price, a must-have for any tack room.
Reply · Report · Jay G on Nov 18, 2014
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I am looking for a bareback pad for a 13 hand pony and I am 5foot3. Would this fit a pony?
Peta W on Nov 8, 2014
Best Answer: Hi. I purchased this bareback pad to use with my Haflinger Mare. She is 13 hands and my daughter, that is 5' 1", rides her using it with no problem. I do use a saddle pad underneath it just to keep it clean and fresh. Please keep in mind that my haflinger's barrel is pretty much the same size as a standard horse because she is drafty, so it may be a little large in a standard 600-800 lb pony.
Reply · Report · Jason R on Nov 8, 2014
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Could I swap out the stirrups for endurance stirrups? If so, are the straps 2 1/2 inch or 3 inch?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2015
Best Answer: Actually the straps that hold the stirrups are just shy of 2"...about 1 3/4th... The pad stays well and doesn't slip easy. We just took the stirrups off actually as riding bareback the stirrups were more in the way. Hope that helps.
Reply · Report · Angela S on Aug 4, 2015
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How is the cinch supposed to be attached? I found it just WAAAAY too long for my average sized horse. Plus the holes are so few and in the wrong place. I had to end up modifying it (cut one side in half and added holes where needed. Where did I go wrong?? Thanks
A shopper on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: This item only comes with a general standard off billet and tie strap. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the fit of every horse.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 3, 2014
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Most sites i find say NEVER use a bareback pad with stirrups, they slip and put unwanted pressure on your horses back...BUT this pad has some awesome reviews which makes me want to try it. should i?
heather s on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: Yes! It is amazing! Very well made and secure. No slip backing is cushy and really works. Love this product! Bought one for my daughter too. You'll love it!
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