Trailmaster Bareback Pads & Accessories

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The main model we have offered from the start is getting it's own name for the sake of referencing it and the new upcoming models. This original model is now called the Trailmaster Ranger. The new models are the Rambler and the Sidekick which have their own product pages. 

 

The images above show the installed stirrup D ring which is not standard. Your pad will not come with that unless you choose the stirrup package on the "All Products" page.

 

Follow us on facebook to stay updated about new items, new ideas and specials. Look at our "Gallery Page" for color ideas. Bear in mind that the older bareback pads may have materials that I can no longer get.

 

IMPORTANT- REFER TO THE IMAGE ABOVE FOR COLOR LOCATIONS AND NOTE THEM CLEARLY IN THE "NOTES" OPTION BEFORE CHECKING OUT. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU WOULD LIKE A CANVAS OR VINYL BAREBACK PAD.

 

Original Style and the Sport Style  The sport and the original style simply look different. See the image above. The structure is the same. The original style has 4 color choices as seen described in an image above. The sport style has two color choices, the upper and the lower.

 

-English rigging- We use 1 inch extra thick biothane with a mat finish for our billets. They are sewn into the pad using a reinforced wide girth support system. 

 

-Western rigging consist of a D ring to add your own latigo straps to. Use a thin latigo strap so it does not make a big knot under your leg.

 

The bareback pad- The base is 1/4 inch 100% pressed wool felt. There is additional padding under the seat panel. If you would like your bareback pad with less seat padding please contact me.  All of our bareback pads have 8 stainless steel D rings for your breast collar and or packing trail bags or other items. The spine length is 19.5" and it has a 16" drop from the base of the withers down to where the billets come out. The overall legth from the longest points is 24". 

 

The seat padding- With our 1/2" contoured seat padding  you will feel less spread out if riding a wide horse. In extreme cases you may want to try adding the shearling seat covering with hip relief pad. We have customers who have had very good success using these two options together. If you would like a different seat padding option please contact me.

 

Visit our withers page to see examples and an explanation for the wither relief. 

See our leather colors here.

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Read about our stirrup package and the warnings about using them. I strongly discourage the use of stirrups for novice riders. Too much pressure in one stirrup over the other will cause the pad to roll.

If you have more questions please read our FAQ page.

The Trailmaster Ranger

$299.00Price