|wild_spot ||10-17-2010 07:47 PM |
Reinsman tacky-too contour pad?
Are they any good? Because our dollar is so good I'm considering getting one for Latte to wear under my big stock saddle. I've never bought a western pad, usually ride in square wool pads.
Any opinions greatly appreciated!
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|smrobs ||10-17-2010 08:01 PM |
I've never used one but most of the stuff Reinsman makes is good.
|Ladytrails ||10-17-2010 10:14 PM |
I've had a Reinsman tacky-too endurance/trail shaped pad for several years. Love it, but wanted something with more padding so I bought a used Reinsman contoured microsuede square 30x30 pad with 1" orthopedic felt. I rode with it the first time yesterday on a 7-mile ACTHA ride and was pleased that the withers area stayed up off my TWH's withers really well. It seemed to work well for us but it will take a few more rides before I know for sure. I haven't had any complaints about the construction or the quality of the materials. Also, they really do seem to help keep the saddle from slipping.
|CharliGirl ||10-18-2010 12:13 PM |
There are quite a few reviews of the Reinsman Tack Too pads if you scroll down about 3/4 of the way on this page: Western Saddle Fittings/Pads
|charlicata ||10-18-2010 12:45 PM |
I have a Tacky Too pad for my mare. I was having problems with the regular pads slipping to the side or out from under the saddle from the back. It seems to work really well for her.
|NorthernLights ||10-18-2010 06:07 PM |
LOVE them! They keep your saddle from slipping, they have good ventilation and are so easy to clean.
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