Reinsman Microsuede Comfort Flex Pad

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Product Summary:

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Intelligent design for Maximum Comfort. The Comfort Flex pad has the unique flexibility to fit a wide range of conformations, giving horse owners a single pad solution for multiple mounts. Anatomically cut and contoured for added spine and loin relief. The unique cut at the back of the pad allows the pad to fit the shape of the horse over the loin instead of bridging. Also, the wither relief cut is great for high and low withered horses alike – and it doubles as an easy carry handle. The close contact leg cut gets the rider closer to the horse for better feel. Reinsman's exclusive Tacky Too® bottom is a non-slip material that is anti-bacterial, ventilated, pressure distributing, shock absorbing, and deceptively tough and durable. It does not pull or collect the horse's hair nor does it trap heat or sweat. Reduce sore backs and saddle roll! Low maintenance, easy to clean and quick drying.
Size: 32"x32"x1" Thick

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Attitude adjustment I bought this for my gaited gelding, the horse was comfortable. I let my husband use it for his gaited, attitude gelding.Immediately, Apollo's body language was positive!No discomfort, biting or soreness. Guess I need to buy another for myself-again! September 18, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Flex Pad is A good Start! With a dippy backed older haflinger and a high withered hollow shouldered Easy Jet QH Mare saddle fitting is a nightmare! THIS pad (plus some shims) allows me to use my cowboy roping saddle, way cool new trail saddle, Aussie Saddles on the SAME HORSES! not impossible! with minor shims EVEN sweat pattern on BOTH horses! Amazing! Would like to see it be a split pad *(like a CSI) for shimming And needs SPINE VENTS in the worst way. I will say our fat haflinger actually relaxed into our ride as this pad kept pinching off his back and helped me balance with a very close contact saddle as it absolutely did not slip at all even with a not too tight V cinching! MAKE ME A ROUND ONE! yes! WE need this in Round skirts or a sport/trail model like a Tucker style. I am buying a second one this next week. This will be the ONLY Pad in my barn now. July 13, 2012
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Hope this blanket will help my 16 year old ex barrel racer walk on the trail with less discomfort.
patty s on Jun 21, 2014
How do you place this pad on the horse? My horse has low wither and is 14.3 hand tall and where to place the saddle on the pad?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2014
Best Answer: It is very easy to place the saddle pad too far up (closer to the neck) on smaller horses. Your best shot will be to center the pad on the back o the horse, other than that your only concern will be placing the pad too far up, thus limiting the shoulders range of motion creating discomfort and even erratic behavior on your horse. After centering the pad, place your right hand under the pad (palm down) then with your left hand try to lead your horse forward, as you get the horse to walk pay special attention to the movement of the shoulder. If the pad is sitting on the shoulder then your saddle will too then you will too (once you get in the saddle). One tip for correct placing of the saddle is the cinch girth should line up vertical and not at an angle by doing so you keep the weight behind the girth line and allow for free range of motion on your horse. Just center the pad without limiting the shoulder blade and center the saddle after that and you should be fine. I am not a professional, I've just been around horses all my life. I hope this helps.
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Would this pad help balance a saddle for a horse with "downhill" conformation. In other words, help keep the saddle off his shoulders so he have free unrestricted movement?
SweetieSweets on Aug 30, 2015
Best Answer: I agree with all the other responses. One additional thing I'd like to suggest is using a pad that is built up in the wither area. Sometimes if a shoulder is downhill the shoulder build-up will level the saddle.
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Does this pad have give? I need one that gets the saddle off the top of his wither... so it needs to be kinda stiff...
Baylie B on May 4, 2014
Best Answer: I have been using this pad for quite some time. My horse is 24 years old and has high, boney withers. It gives him great clearance. As with all pads, I still give it an upward tug in the gullet, but it probably isn't necessary.
Reply · Report · L P on Apr 13, 2015
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do you have one 30x30?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2015
Best Answer: The only Reinsman Microsuede pad we show in 30 x 30 is the Reinsman Tacky Too Square Pad (item E005697). Please take a look at that pad and see if it will fit your needs.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jun 12, 2015
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