Exselle Comfort Riser Saddle Pad

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Exselle Comfort Riser Saddle Pad

A top quality pad from Exselle, constructed with dense, closed cell rubber. Adds cushioning and protects sensitive spine and shoulder muscles. Reduces saddle pressure on critical areas by redistributing the saddle load. The ventilated front and center channel relieves pressure and increases air circulation. Clinically shaped and tested for a close fit, reducing slipping and friction.  Natural memory of closed cell foam allows this pad to maintain its shape almost indefinitely.  Non-absorbent.

5/8" thick at front and 1 5/8" at the rear. Pad is approximately 18" in length.
11” or 12” width

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Rated 1.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by TOO STIFF AND HARD! I wish I had read the reviews before I ordered this pad. It is really stiff and it is VERY sharp on the edges. I will be sending this back as it will cause major problems for my sensitive Thoroughbred. August 21, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Good! This pad is super stiff! it's made of really heavy rubber and looks like it wont work (I havn't used it yet...). Don't get this. August 9, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hate it This is so stiff. It won't break in. My horse hates having it on, it pushes on the withers a lot. I am constantly having to pull it up off the withers so it doesn't rub. Terrible buy.. It sets really weird and also it makes my saddle slip. April 20, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not what I expected. This pad is VERY stiff and rigid, and the edges are kind of sharp and rough. Not sure how well it breaks in, but I definetely feel the need to watch my horses back closely for rubbing. Will do temporarily until I can afford a better one. March 6, 2012
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