Shop the Lemieux Loire CC Saddle pad range online or in store at our Sunshine Coast Boutique Saddlery. CC Standing for Close Contact, this cut of saddle pad is great for use with forward cut short flapped saddles such as jump saddles.
The Lemiux Loire Saddle pad is a shiny satin saddle pad by Lemieux with a perfect fit and luxurious finish.
Described as the most stylish saddle pad LeMieux have ever produced. The Loire collection exudes sophistication and class - showing style without showing off! Woven Satin fabric gives a beautiful sheen to these pads whilst still benefitting from the wonderfully soft and breathable Bamboo lining.
The 100% natural Bamboo material controls heat & sweat and wicks very efficiently. The whole pad benefits from a new extensively researched soft friction-free suede binding which is specially fabricated to smoothly contour the edges. This new technique helps retain the perfect saddle pad shape and binding profile.
The textured pu leather girth protection area is complimented by an embossed logo and carries the usual signature LeMieux lower girth strap with its inner locking loops. The piece de resistance of the Loire Close Contact Square is its unique metal badge on a leather mount in the lower back corner LeMieux Care instructions
Machine washable on normal 30 degree cycle.
Advised to wash in a wash bag
Pull into correct shape whilst damp to maintain shape during drying.
Ensure the washing machine drum is large enough to safely accommodate the padsize.
Ensure all velcro is closed firmly prior to washing.
Air dry away from heat source (do not tumble).
How should you look after LeMieux Saddle Pads?
Depending on how often you ride, all saddle pads need proper care to ensure they last as long as possible. Always remember to check the care instructions of your saddle pad first.
Before washing, remove hair, dirt and dried sweat using a stiff brush. You can then pop your saddle pad in the washing machine on a normal 30-degree cycle. Close all fastenings before washing, and make sure the drum is large enough to accommodate the size of your pad.
To ensure your saddle pad dries correctly, pull it into the correct shape when damp. It’s not a good idea to tumble dry your pad. Instead, air dry it naturally away from a heat source