Tucker Navajo Trail Pad

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Product Summary:

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Tacky Too Navajo Trail Pad is made with a herculeon Navajo top, core is made of absorbent 1" felt breathable cushions with Tacky Too® non-slip bottom 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. Genuine wear leathers are coordinated to compliment the color

Size: 34"L x 30"W
Made in the USA.

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love the sticky backs they don't slide
Ricky A on Oct 10, 2015
Works wonderfully with my horse
Tamese N on Feb 6, 2015
I have a gaited horse trail saddle & this should fit well with it. It's nice looking & I like the tacky too bottom, should be easy to clean.
JUDY K on May 5, 2015
JULIE P on Jun 6, 2014
what is the size of the blanket?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
Best Answer: Size: 34"L x 30"W
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 5, 2014
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Does this pad fit the Tucker Equitation Endurance Saddle?
Ruthie on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: This is a saddle pad that we believe can fit any saddle choice. As a general guideline, 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 unwieldy saddle pad. The photos to the right show a good fitting pad vs an over sized pad.
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