I would say go for it! Yes everyone knows that a well fitting saddle needsno pads at all but I do it for added comfort and to protect from future back problems. The flece is a really popular choice seeing as it provides slot of comfort but still looks really nice and streamline. Yes, in the summer thay will cause your horse to sweat a little more, but horses are horses and their going to sweat anyways. Also, they don't cover as much as a square pad which I find leaves a huge square of sweat. In either situaton just give your pall a quick rinse after you ride. Now to get off topic, yes you need no pad for a wellfitting saddle I know, but not once have I seen a rider without padding. Even in the olympics, and those saddles fit their horses like gloves! Anyway hope this helped!
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