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    Thinline Comfort Plus Bareback Pad

    NEW with tags - the best bareback pad out there!
    Retails for $140 - get a great deal - low starting bid!

    Email for shipping costs to other countries - happy to ship!

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    Truly the ultimate bareback pad. Now you and your horse can benefit from the comfort and protection of ThinLine material. The Comfort Plus Bareback pad offers a natural seat with extreme comfort. Made with non-slip breathable material against the horse's back, assuring the pad stays in place. Will not absorb sweat, easy to clean. Breathable ThinLine is bonded to high-density polymer to provide a comfortable ride. Leather reinforced billets attach to the patented non-slip breathable girth. Easy-care washable. 23" front to back, 13" across the seat, 64" from billet end to billet end, and 32" from flap to flap. Girth measures 25".

    Here is a combination that can't be beat! The well known Comfort Plus bareback pad is now fitted with a ThinLine Seat. The ThinLine material in the seat will help diminish the bounce factor. The pad itself is made of a soft suede like material with leather reinforced billets, plus four Dee rings. The non-slip bottom will help keep your pad in place. Included is a non-slip girth that feature stretch for the comfort of your horse.



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    Bumping up!

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    Place your order today!

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    Should have actual pictures up shortly - stay tuned!

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    Just wanted to say, I have this bareback pad and absolutely love it. My horse moved out so much better with the Thinline pad.
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    OMG..I don't need it, but I want it! LOL!! Have been wanting to try one of these, wish I knew someone close by that actually had one.

    1Riding4Jesus - do you have photos of you riding with it? How stable and cushy is it? Any sliding or slippage issues?
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    That is so nice of you to say - thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Riding4Jesus View Post
    Just wanted to say, I have this bareback pad and absolutely love it. My horse moved out so much better with the Thinline pad.

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    As a treasured repeat customer Ms R, do talk to me before purchasing elsewhere.

    The "stock" measurements are correct to 1/2". I'm glad to see the lining and girth are made with Intrepid's anti-bacterial/super grippy/breathable (not neoprene) material. I've sold a couple girths with this material and it's been well-received - appears to be long lasting too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonto4me View Post
    OMG..I don't need it, but I want it! LOL!! Have been wanting to try one of these, wish I knew someone close by that actually had one.

    1Riding4Jesus - do you have photos of you riding with it? How stable and cushy is it? Any sliding or slippage issues?

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