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LeMieux® Suede Close Contact Square Pad

Colors/Options: Champagne Hunter

LeMieux® Suede Close Contact Square Pad

The LeMieux® Suede Close Contact Square is the ultimate in stylish, comfortable saddle pads. Outer is luxurious brushed cotton; lining is naturally moisture-wicking bamboo.

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Item #: X1-190235A
List: $79.95
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$58.99
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From the LeMieux® Lustre saddle pad collection, this Suede Close Contact Square represents the ultimate in style and comfort. This jumping saddle pad has an outer with a luxurious brushed cotton effect that feels soft and smooth. A subtle shine draws the onlooker’s eye.

The underside has LeMieux’s super-soft bamboo lining, which absorbs and controls sweat under the saddle.

  • Exceptionally soft and light with similar feel to a blend of cashmere and silk.
  • Super resilient and long-wearing.
  • Breathable and cool with natural moisture wicking action.
  • Offers three times the antibacterial deodorizing action of cotton.  
  • Incredibly hydroscopic in its ability to absorb more moisture.
  • Anti-static, with 12 times less friction than cotton fibers.
  • Easily washed and quick-drying.

Beautifully secure, this pad is perfect for the active horse as it delivers durability, optimal performance and style.

  • Girth straps have an optional inner locking loop to help prevent slipping.
  • D-Ring straps are contoured to provide a great fit and allow breastplate attachments.  
  • Swan Neck design provides freedom at the withers.

 Billet straps complete this pad.


Imported.
Machine wash. Refer to manufacturer's label for specific instructions.

20.5" spine; 25" drop.
Shaped Saddle Pad Sizing
Curved to mimic the shape of a saddle, shaped fleece pads are available for jumping, all-purpose and dressage saddles. They can be made of genuine sheepskin or synthetic fleece.Size is usually determined by matching the pad to both the type of saddle and the seat size. (To measure the seat size, run a tape measure from one of the screw heads on the side of the pommel to the middle of the cantle.) You can also take the measurement of the saddle pad’s spine and drop an apply those to your saddle. You want an even border of about two inches of saddle pad showing around the edge of your saddle. To achieve the perfect look for your particular saddle, you may want to try pads from different manufacturers.

All-Purpose “Square” Saddle Pad Sizing
Offered in sizes for horses and ponies, these all-purpose pads are suited to saddles designed for jumping. Take the spine measurement in consideration of the length of your saddle’s panels front to back and the drop measurement in consideration of the length of your saddle’s flaps. A pad should cover your horse’s back under the saddle with a bit of pad visible in front of the pommel and behind the cantle. The amount of pad you see is up to your personal preference and the needs of your horse.

Note:  Using a Short Girth with a Monoflap Event Saddle
If you use a short girth with a Monoflap Event saddle, be sure you have at least three to four fingers’ width between the top of the girth and the bottom of the saddle pad and saddle flap on both sides. If the girth comes to close to the edge of the saddle pad or flap, your horse’s skin can be pinched.

Dressage Saddle Pad Sizing
Dressage pads are cut to fit the long, straight flaps of dressage saddles and are often contoured along the withers and topline. Take the spine measurement in consideration of the length of your saddle’s panels front to back and the drop measurement in consideration of the length of your saddle’s flaps. A pad should cover your horse’s back under the saddle with a bit of pad visible in front of the pommel and behind the cantle. The amount of pad you see is up to your personal preference and the needs of your horse.

Note:  Using a Short Girth with a Dressage Saddle
If you use a short girth with your dressage saddle, be sure you have at least three to four fingers’ width between the top of the girth and the bottom of the saddle pad and saddle flap on both sides. If the girth comes to close to the edge of the saddle pad or flap, your horse’s skin can be pinched.