Originally Posted by DuckDodgers
As a free gift for purchasing a thinline saddle pad, I also got a pair of thinline "stirrup wraps" than have wedges. You put the wedge-shaped piece of plastic above the rubber pads where your feet go, wrap the thinline material around them, and lace it up on the bottom. I have yet to use them and the wedge is only about 1/4" thick I would guess, but I wonder if something like that would help or be more of a crutch...
Hmm....I don't know enough about them to call it a crutch, and I'm sure someone with real skeletal issues may benefit from them? I'm intrigued now and may just have to go do some research! Anyone else seen/worked with these?
Don't think I would opt to use them as I would like to work through this issue first if possible. Little frustrated with myself because it's not like I'm new to riding, I've been in this sport 16 years, and while it's been maybe four years since I did serious work in an English saddle I didn't expect this.