No Pressure Basic Pad
Our thickest, most comfy pad yet! This ergonomic saddle pad is a game changer. With a thickness of 23 mm, our NO PRESSURE Pad is a real shock-absorber! The Air Mesh in our products is highly ventilating and divides pressure evenly. Therefore it can be used in the most demanding branches of equestrian sports, such as eventing and endurance. But is is also perfect for your day to day adventures because this pad actively wicks away heat and perspiration. Furthermore, the cut-away shape at the front ensures freedom around the wither, whilst the pre-formed back seam provides stable placement and free movement of the spine.
The pads are made of Air Mesh, a unique 3D woven textile with pressure dividing, ventilating properties that will reduce the chance of pressure marks and other injuries. Millions of 3D fibers have a shock absorbing effect and adapt ergonomically to the horse’s back. This supports an ergonomic saddle fit, even when the horse’s muscularity changes due to intensive training. The pads create a layer of air between the saddle and the horses’ back. This will prevent accumulation of sweat and heath under the saddle, resulting in a cool and dry back for your 4 legged friend.
De NO PRESSURE Pad consists of:
– 1 layer High Density Mesh; for optimal pressure distribution underneath the saddle
– 1 layer Open Mesh; for extra shock-absorption, ventilation and reduction of heavy impacts
The NO PRESSURE saddle pad is available in 2 different models:
the square BASIC Pad for dressage and all purpose and the saddle shaped SPORTS Pad for long distance and outdoor riding.
All our ergonomic saddle pads are hygienic, antibacterial, machine washable at 30° and unlike regular saddle pads, dry within no time. If you don’t feel like doing laundry, just hose it down! It is lightweight and perfect for every ride. Our pads are available in two models; basic and sport. These models are also available in two thicknesses; no sweat and no pressure. Check out our tips for the maintenance of our products.
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