- Extremely soft
- Vegan sheepskin
- Velvet outside
- Avoids friction of the saddle
- Perfect for horses with sensitive skin
- Spine Free
Meet the softest saddle pad on the market! The skin friendly saddle pad velvet combines our famous velvet saddle pad and the skin friendly saddle pad. Avoiding friction of the saddle and providing a chic look at all times. Made from only vegan materials, this saddle pad is 100% animal friendly.
Fabrics & materials
The withers and back of the saddle pad are lined with vegan sheepskin. This offers excellent cushioning and avoids rubbing on the horse’s back. For horses with sensitive skin, this is particularly comfortable. The outside of the saddle pad is made from soft velvet fabric. The saddle pad is quilted in a stylish fishbone quilting.
Shape & size
The skin friendly velvet saddle pad is available in jumping and dressage shapes. There’s only a girth strap so there’re no annoying straps in front of the saddle. The Kentucky logo is placed slightly higher, so there’s still room for embroidery.
We recommend washing the saddle pad regularly to avoid rubbing by sweat or dirt. Both the velvet and vegan sheepskin fabric are washing machine friendly. Wash the saddle pad at 30 degrees and let it hang to dry.
In line with our animal-friendly policy, the sheepskin we use on our products is artificial.
Our breathable products let the air pass through the fabrics they use in order for the horse not to be overheated by its equipment and protections.
Most of our products are machine washable at 30 degrees. However, we recommend washing it as infrequently as possible and using our protective washing bags in order to maintain quality over the long term. We also recommend using professional machines (larger capacity) to limit damage due to the drum of the normal washing machine. To dry it, simply put it outside on a sunny day. The dryer is not recommended.
Soft for the Skin
Horses’ comfort is one of our main concern. Therefore, our products are as soft for the skin as possible, preventing rubbing and chafing.