Cashel Western Standard Foam Tush Cushion

$31.99
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Cashel Western Standard Foam Tush Cushion

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Product Summary:

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This lightweight cushion is 1/2" thick for great protection.  Made with Cashel® closed cell foam technology, this cushion will not collapse, compact, bunch up, or absorb and hold heat.  Adjustable straps hold securely to saddle to prevent sliding and shifting. It protects pelvic area adding comfort to short or long rides, yet enabling rider to sit deep in seat. Tapered edges for smooth transition from cushion to saddle.

Machine washable. Air dry. Made in the USA.

Size: 10" L x 13" W x 1/2" Thick 

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lives up to its claims I purchased a Cashel Tush Cushion 7 years ago for my daughter who didn't have her own padding. It is comfortable, easy to install, doesn't slip around and is very durable. Easy to clean too. 100% satisfied with it. January 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tush cushion I purchased one of these saddle cushions 15 years ago and the one I have was still in new condition untill my dog got it so I will order a new one. Adjust to fit any saddle, doesn't slip and best of all I can ride all day in any saddle with this cushion. I get sore very easily due to no natural cushion in pelvic area and bruse very easily but with this cushion as stated before I can ride all day. Wish it were a little less in price but concidering the years it lasted I can't complain. I would recomend this brand to anyone. March 11, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great saddle this saddle is great for long rides and out in the pasture on good runs on your horse and niether you or your horses will get sore February 2, 2009
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