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    03-03-2011, 09:36 AM
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Green Broke
FS: Skito Pad and Skito Saddle Seat Cushion

Skito Interpad. This was a custom pad made for me by Skito. I sold the saddle LONG ago and it's been sitting around ever since. The cover could use washing. It's in otherwise good condition. Skito pads are made with dence memory foam, which is great for shock absorption and keeping your horse's back cool. The cover is stretchy lycra that is soft, not slippery. There are velcro openings down the spine. This is a correction pad with permanent shims to lift the front of the saddle gradually starting at the from the rear. The back 1/3rd of the pad is just 1/2" thick and the front is 1.5" thick. The pad is contoured to fit over the withers.

Pad measurements are as follows: 24" total length, 7.5" drop under the seat, and 10" drop at the front. Pad serial number: 96067A

New, this pad would run about $145. Asking $70.


Skito "Rear Gear" seat cushion. This seat cushion is made for a western saddle. The top is black real sheepskin, very soft. The inside has comfy Skito memory foam. Turn any western saddle into a super comfortable dream! This was just used once. I sold the saddle I bought it for. Measures 18" long and 16" wide.
Retail is $80. Asking $45.

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Prices do not include shipping. Post or message me with your zip code for shipping quote. Payment by Paypal or Money Order only. I am located in Little Rock, Arkansas.
     
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    03-03-2011, 10:42 AM
  #2
Showing
Luvs, will Skito seat cushion this size be OK for 15" saddle as well?
     
    03-03-2011, 06:16 PM
  #3
Green Broke
Hmm, it might work. You'd need to tuck the front of it under the pommel I think. If you have plenty of pommel room it will be fine.
     
    03-04-2011, 10:54 AM
  #4
Showing
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Originally Posted by luvs2ride1979    
Hmm, it might work. You'd need to tuck the front of it under the pommel I think. If you have plenty of pommel room it will be fine.
Not much frankly. :( I guess I'll pass (although it looks very nice). Will wait till you'll be selling something smaller size! :)
     

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