Triple E Waxwear Bareback Pad w/Grip Bottom

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Product Summary:

Triple E Rugged Ride Waxwear Bareback Pad with Grip Bottom
 
Features:
  • Contoured
  • Full comfort grip neoprene bottom
  • Felt filled
  • Includes comfort grip non-slip 26" adjustable removable girth, off billet, tie strap, and adjustable/removable Ralide stirrups
Measurements: Spine (Length) 26 1/2"
                        Drop (Spine to lowest Point on the bottom of the pad) 16"
 
Colors: Black or Khaki (Khaki colors may vary with a hint of moss color)
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E001653 BLK 4720 BLK 603115475727
Hunter E001653 HGR 4720 HGR
Khaki E001653 KHA 4720 TAN 603115475703

Product Reviews by Customers

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Has everything I need.
Sandra S on May 7, 2017
no slip grip on the bottom
Amanda W on Oct 15, 2015
Has everything I need.
Sandra S on May 7, 2017
I had a Bareback Pad when I was younger and I loved it.
Nancy M on Jul 29, 2016
no slip grip on the bottom
Amanda W on Oct 15, 2015
good customer reviews
John S on Jan 31, 2015
Christmas Present. I liked the reviews
Angeline B on Nov 11, 2014
Everything I was looking for. Easy to use and non-slip bottom and cinch are just as promised. Love it!
LOUIS G on Mar 10, 2014
I had a Bareback Pad when I was younger and I loved it.
Nancy M on Jul 29, 2016
good customer reviews
John S on Jan 31, 2015
Does this come with a cinch?
Shelley B on Mar 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Shelly, yep it tells you right in the product description, except they call it a girth. This is a very nice pad.

Triple E Rugged Ride Waxwear Bareback Pad with Grip Bottom
Features:
•Contoured
•Full comfort grip neoprene bottom
•Felt filled
•Includes comfort grip non-slip 26" adjustable removable girth, off billet, tie strap, and adjustable/removable Ralide stirrups
Is the top matirial grippy to sit on?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, but I love the pad. It gives you a secure feeling and I use it all the time. Got a new horse and used it the first time I rode her, and she is blind. It is all I use. I do not think I will use a regular saddle ever again. I can mount and dismount with it but I do not use stirrups to mount and dismount. I am 67.
What kind of material is the top side made of and is it waterproof? Can you hang a small water bottle off the D-ring by the handle?
Annette N on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is water-resistant. Waxwear is a fine cotton canvas soaked in a centuries old paraffin formula originally developed for sailcloth. The wax impregnated canvas provides greater strength and abrasion resistance. You could use the D-ring to hang things or to attach a breastplate.
What is the girth and stirrup straps made of?
M G on Jun 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The stirrup straps are nylon and the girth is the ventilated tacky too stuff with the holes in it similar to the underside of the bareback pad. There is a central d ring in the girth for hooking up a breast collar.
Will it fit high withered horse?.
A shopper on Mar 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It will fit a horse of pretty much any shape. The size of the pad is 26 1/2" spine and 32" across at the widest part. If the 26" cinch is not a good size for you, it is removable.
are the stirrups removeable?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I believe they are. They straps holding the stirrups are looped around and has a buckle. I plan to replace the stirrups with wider ones that have the rubber pad. But, I really like this pad. It girths up just like a regular saddle. It is even possible to change the girth if preferred.
Are the stirrups able to be used while mounting or are they only to ease your comfort while riding?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends. If you can just use them lightly to boost you onto the pad, you will probably be okay. If you really need to tug on them to mount up, that will probably make the pad slide toward you. This will also happen more with very round-barreled horses or those it's difficult to get the girth tight enough on.
Is the seat comfortable?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought this for my daughter so I don't have first hand knowledge, but she seems to like it.
Are the stirrups too long?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The stirrups are very adjustable, they will easily fit a shorter person or a taller person.
Can it be used in water?
A shopper on Mar 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It's virtually waterproof. I would never ride in water with feet in the stirrups for safety if your foot goes through stirrup and you fall off you are pretty much done for.
Do you sell trick riding saddles?
Daunn on Apr 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We do not sell trick riding saddles.
Can someone please walk me through how to attach the girth for this pad?
Pamela B on Dec 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can either attach it with the buckle or attach it like a western girt. What I did was place the western girth through the buckle and attached the right (short side). I then attached the left side as I would any girth (Pull the longest loose attachment down and through the buckle toward the front. Then pass it through the d-ring at the top toward the back of the saddle. Repeat again and tighten. Then thread through the d-ring and to the right bringing it around the front and around the other side to the back (makes a loop straight across). Once it is in the back you thread it down through the loop you just made and tighten it. I would recommend looking on the internet for a video on how to attach a western girth.
I have had this saddle for a while now and it is amazing! Does anyone have any tips on what to use to clean the top part of the saddle and the bottom of the girth with?
Charley B on Jun 9, 2018