I remember that well, AB. A big lesson barn with a collegiate riding program near me was the first place I saw that. The had a *huge* stack of the el cheapo Navajos in their tack room. Bump pads, wither pads, etc., were customized to the horse, but everybody used a Navajo, topped by the fleece.
I adopted the cheapo Navajos without the fleece pads for my on lesson program based on the logic that they had four clean sides and therefore had to be washed much less often. I still have a stack of them to this day. I also have about 20 Canterbury white fleece show pads that fit a 16.5" close contact if anybody wants them. They don't really fit my current 18" big ass AP saddle.
Sorry, AB, I don't have photos either.