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Majyk Equipe Impact Half Pad?

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  • Majyk Equipe Impact Half Pad?

    Hi all! Does anyone have this half pad? I'm currently using the Thinline Trifecta half pad and I like it but the ME half pad looks super interesting. I like the idea of the split area at the withers. Would love to hear what folks that have it think!

    "And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses."--In Colt Blood

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  • #2
    Hi! We only just got these finished and into stock last week so not many places have them yet. Might take a couple of months to get them out there but love to hear what everyone thinks!


    • #3
      I know that the $900 Facebook Pony poster (for the life of me, I can't tag her) here on COTH has one. She posted about receiving it on her blog. I haven't seen a blog post about putting it to the test yet. Check out her blog:


      • Original Poster

        Thanks Erika, I've contacted her and she has a different pad then the one I'm referencing.

        "And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses."--In Colt Blood

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        • #5
          TatteredDaydreamer my apologies for sending you on a wild goose chase.


          • #6
            I don't know if I should have just started a new thread, but am looking at ordering the Majyk Equipe Ergonomic Impact pad online (the square AP/jump saddle one) and wondering if anyone had any experience with these pads?

            I don't event, I would be using it for endurance under an older 18" Stubben Survival saddle. I am mostly concerned about the non-slip mesh bottom, has anyone found this to cause chafing or rubs on their horse? How about the heat disipation?

            This would be my set up for about half my training rides and my back up saddle for races. I use a Toklat Woolback w/ortho inserts under my endurance saddle, but it doesn't quite work with the Stubben.

            I welcome any advice, I was a life long western rider until a few years ago, so i'm not as familiar with English gear. TIA!