I can only speak for the saddle pads and bandages as god forbid I'd spend money on myself and therefore haven't been fortunate enough to own any Anky clothing, however after a cautious start I am now a convert and can't wait to tell you all about Anky!!
So back to my cautiousness...it came from the pad design, no tabs...will it slip down and pull over Oscar's withers in PolyPad style? Are they too thick and puffy...will they alter the fit of my saddle? Overall, the general lack of security from the pads, I mean, they don't even have girth tabs...?
I mentioned the pads outer material being suede, this was the design for Autumn/Winter 2014, it's deliciously soft with the word ANKY (dressage) or ATC (GP) in silver glitter anti-slip gel where the saddle sits to ensure a more stable position, if that doesn't put heart signs swirling around your head I don't know what will, they're so pretty! And it works. I place the saddle pad on, ensuring the pad is pulled up at the wither - the pads are anatomically formed at the upper end to curve up as opposed to pulling down - then the saddle, no tabs, no girth strap, girth up and perfection, it stays put.
Anky bandages are 3.5 metres in length and made from quality anti-pill fleece wicking moisture away from the legs, I use them on their own as Oscar is a only 15hh, the length ensures I can wrap them around enough times to give adequate protection.
I have used Anky saddle pads and bandages since Summer 2014 for long hacks, schooling, jumping and dressage lessons, and they've met my every need. Anky Silver is only one of the colours I've acquired, but it is a firm favourite, please let me know if you'd like to see more of our matchy madness!