Triple E Full Comfort Grip Contoured Pad

$68.99
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Aqua

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Rust

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Sand

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Product Summary:

Triple E Contoured Southwest Comfort Grip Saddle Pad

This pad is designed for comfort, fit, and stability. The comfort grip bottom assists in keeping your saddle in place. It's constructed with a Southwest design on the top, heavy felt center, a full comfort grip bottom and genuine leather wear leathers.

Features:

  • Contoured Southwest comfort grip bottom saddle pad
  • Microsuede top with full comfort grip bottom
  • Quality crafted in the USA
Item Specifications:

Size:
30" x 30" x 1"

Colors:
Aqua
Rust
Sand

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Aqua E017934 AQU 2740 Aqua 603115741563
Rust E017934 RUS 2740 Rust 603115741549
Sand E017934 SAN 2740 Sand 603115741556

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If I use this type of pad (for high withers) should I still get the wither pads? Or does the pad fill in around the withers to make the saddle more comfortable?
Carol S on Apr 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This pad is pretty thin but comfy for my purpose since I'm using it as a bareback pad with a vaulting surcingle to aid in improving my seat so I'm not really a good one to ask. I'd tell them to seek advice from a saddle fitter regarding possible bridging concerns on horses with sway backs and high withers. I'm no expert...