Classic Equine ContourPedic Western Pad

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Classic Equine ContourPedic Square Western Saddle Pad
The Classic Equine Contourpedic Saddle Pad features a 1/8" wool felt top and a 3/4" closed cell foam bottom which is anti-fungal and antibacterial; it also allows the horses back to cool itself.
Cut out over the withers and contoured to fit your horses back with a split design that allows the Classic Equine Contourpedic Western Pad to move with the horse. It's designed to be used alone or with a blanket and cut out in cinch area for a closer fit to the saddle.
Color: Black

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out to be product of the highest quality
Israel A on Oct 24, 2014
I bought this pad because I love the cell foam bottom, there is no slipping on my horses back and my saddle stays right where I place it. Even on trail rides going up or down hills it stays put.
Sarah T on Jul 18, 2014
Excellent Reviews
LESLIE C on Sep 1, 2014
Classic Equine products are worth the money
KAYLEIGH C on Mar 6, 2014
I have problems with my saddle rolling when I get on . Do you think this is the best pad to stop that ?
I just bought new saddle abetta brush popper trail and it's helped a little but stil rolls !
A shopper on Jul 8, 2015
Best Answer: Personally I wasn't too impressed with this saddle pad. For me it didn't prevent saddle slippage and I found my horses back got hotter using this. I've since looked into getting a CSI pad. If you are going to invest, try to invest once!
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