- - ThinLine Saddle Pads
|timingline ||02-06-2012 04:48 PM |
ThinLine Saddle Pads
LOVE them, like actually love them. My saddle doesn't fit perfectly (surprise surprise) so I did my best to find the closest fitting saddle in my price range, but of course, there were still gonna be some glitches.
So I found ThinLine. I got the western ThinLine saddle pad, and it changed everything! She stopped pinning her ears when I saddle her up, started moving more loosely, just happier. It compensated for the little glitches from the saddle.
Two thumbs up!
|kitten_Val ||02-07-2012 07:29 AM |
Yep, I have english one and it does make a difference.
|MIEventer ||02-07-2012 10:51 AM |
I love my Comfort Sheepskin Thinline Half Pad - it is an amazing pad :)
|MyBoyPuck ||02-07-2012 11:23 PM |
I have three and love them all!
|Joe4d ||02-08-2012 01:28 AM |
wish they made one to fit my saddle.
|EnzoEventer ||02-08-2012 12:34 PM |
They. Are. AWESOME. :]
|Casey02 ||02-11-2012 07:31 PM |
Omg that is good to hear, i have looked at there western pads and have really really thought about getting one, after i get my new saddle. This is great to hear positive feed back about them!
|Jumper12 ||02-11-2012 07:42 PM |
timingline-in what way did your saddle not fit that this pad helped? just wondering as I am looking into one of these and my saddle is a close fit too but not perfect!
|farmpony84 ||02-11-2012 08:10 PM |
I have the half pad for my english saddle because the wide gullet is not wide enough by the extra wide is a teensy bit too wide...
I didn't know they made a western one. What's it do?
|timingline ||02-11-2012 10:31 PM |
It's made of an extreme shock-absorbing material, so any movement from you or your saddle is being absorbed by the saddle pad instead of your horse's back.
Jumper12 - My saddle was a little too wide for her, and she's still growing - so I got their saddle pad that comes with inserts. Last year I used the inserts to complete the fit, then took them out this year because she grew into her saddle. I wouldn't recommend using this pad if your saddle is too tight, there's not really a fix for any saddle that's too tight. It's kindof like wearing a shoe that's too tight, wearing a different sock isn't going to help, it will probably just make it worst if that makes sense?
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