SuperQuilt CC Competition Pad w/Number

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Product Summary:

SuperQuilt Close Contact Competition Pad w/Number

This SuperQuilt Close Contact Pad is designed for Hunt Seat classes requiring number pockets. High quality Medallion polyester fleece top is combined with a thick layer of breathable/wickable polyester batting quilted to a brushed 100% cotton fabric. Unlike saddle pads that use foam fillers which retain moisture and heat, the SuperQuilt will wick away moisture and ventilate constantly to keep your horses back cool. It features a handy, removable, low-glare clear matte number pocket on both sides. Number flip charts are not included. Made in the USA.

 

Features:

·         Medallion polyester fleece top

·         100% cotton fabric

·         Wicks away moisture and ventilates to keep your horses back cool

·         Removable low-glare clear matte number pocket on both sides

Specifications:

Color:
White
Care:
Machine washable and dryer safe

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how do you measure to fit the saddle pad?
mckenna r on Jan 26, 2015
Best Answer: As a general guidline, we've found that it's best to add an additional 2"-3" to the length of your saddle. Any less and you risk sliding over your pad on uneven terrain. Any more and you're forced to deal with an unweildy saddle pad. The photos to the right show a good fitting pad vs an oversized pad.
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