Mustang Square Wool Pad Liner

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Product Summary:

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Mustang Wool Square Western Saddle Blanket Liner
Made of nature’s most durable fiber, this 100% wool pad will provide long-lasting protection. Wool is the perfect fabric to protect your horse’s back. In addition to being a totally natural, wool absorbs up to 80% of its own weight in moisture, pulling it away from the skin. The porous material continues to breathe, allowing for the release of that moisture, keeping skin cool and dry. Wool also has tiny ‘barbs’ that grip the hair on your horse’s back for a close fit that prevents chafing and provides a steady, slip-free ride. Generously sized at 30” x 30”, this 1/2” blanket liner ensures a great experience for horse and rider.


· 100% natural fiber
· Draws moisture away from the skin
· Eliminates heat build-up
· Breathability
· Close fit
· Long-wearing and durable

Item Specifications:

Dimensions: 30” x 30”
Thickness: 1/2”
Materials: 100% Wool
Colors: Tan, Grey

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful wool pad! I have been using these pads for years on both of my horses. I will never go back to acrylic or neoprene again. This pad conforms to their bodies and keeps them dryer. No more sweat dripping from underneath the pad. I highly reccomend this wool pad!! February 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by pad nice and soft. foarms to my horse well! October 12, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by It's not 100% wool felt When I pulled my brand new blanket liner out of its bag, I was surprised to see lots of woody plant fibers scattered on the surface as well as embedded in the wool felt. "100%" wool it's not. I hope these aren't the "barbs" mentioned in the product description above. They felt more like thorns to my fingers -- so I painstakingly pulled them out -- to spare my horse the pain. I'm disappointed. March 2, 2010
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Going to use this as a pressing pad for my quilting. Friend has one that cost her a lot more through a quilt shop. My first reaction was that looks like a wool saddle pad and the search was on. The wool results in a better quality finished quilt blocks. I'm going to tell all my quilt friends!
Peggy M on Sep 5, 2015
wool is reportedly better at wicking away moisture. I wanted something light to put under the saddle blanket for a bit more padding
Rena S on Jun 3, 2015
I have been experimenting with various pads to see which provide my horses with the most comfort. This one was reasonably priced and seems sufficient.
Ashley K on Jun 22, 2015
It's inexpensive and very functional. I have another one, but it's several years old
Stephanie v on Nov 27, 2014
What's your favorite way to use this pad? Do you pair it with a blanket on top or another pad?
Richelle S on Sep 24, 2015
Best Answer: We used it under a show saddle and with an inexpensive but colorful blanket over the top. It was perfect for the jr rider and so nice to be able to change colors with the outfits! If an adult uses it, I'd think you'd want more padding than just this but it depends on saddle fit and other things as well. Watch other brands! Some are only 1/4" thick. I believe this one is 1/2". (Check to be sure before you buy! Things do sometimes change.)
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when will you carry it in grey?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately i do not know if we will ever be carrying the item in grey.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Feb 11, 2015
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