Diamond Wool Contour Relief Pad

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Product Summary:

Diamond Wool Contour Relief Pad

The Contoured Relief Pad is contoured along the spine for an instant fit. The pockets contain 1/2” Wool felt shims, which can be removed, to better fit your saddle.

  • Durable Cotton Duck Top
  • 1" Wool Felt Bottom
  • Removeable Shims

Item Specifications:

30" x 30" x 1"
32" x 32" x 1"

Product Reviews by Customers

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MICHELLE M on Jul 22, 2015
I like the contour shape and that you can take or ad the extra felt
JERRY S on Apr 17, 2014
Had a hard to fit horse
Robin S on Sep 12, 2014
bought this pad - where is the pommel of the saddle suppose to be placed ? Having hard time allowing for the 'wither relief' which is main reason for purchase along with slight swayback issues.
A shopper on Aug 4, 2014
Best Answer: 1 inch back from the front edge. For wither relief try a wedge in the front. With swayback place middle ones. Leave the back ones out. If this doesn"t give desired relief try another blanket or pad underneath
Reply · Report · DALE S on Aug 4, 2014
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Is this pad good for a high withered horse? He doesn't have muscle lose behind withers, but it is very high.
Emily M on Nov 15, 2014
Best Answer: My gelding has high withers and it works well for him. What I really like about this pad is that you are able to take the insert pads out to adjust to the fit of your horse. When I first bought this pad, the last inserts were causing some white hairs, but as I changed his workout with different exercises, he muscled out and I needed to put them back in. It's much easier and cheaper to have a pad like this that you can adjust rather than trade out and buy more saddle pads. I really like it!
Reply · Report · MARSHA W on Nov 15, 2014
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Favorite way to use.. Do you use this pad by itself or with a blanket on top?
Richelle S on Oct 7, 2015
Best Answer: I don't care for the pad only bc it is two separate pieces of wool on the underside ( right side and left side) with a leather piece sewn on the top side securing them together. At this moment my mare has a sore on her back where the two sections of wool has been pinching her spine. I tried to use a thin blanket under it but it allows the saddle to slide. I am currently searching for a solution.
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