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Roma Protek Wither Relief Saddle Pad Full

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Product Summary:

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Roma® Protek Wither Relief Saddle Pad
 
Ultra-thin, lightweight cushioned comfort.  Protek pads are made from closed cell foam which won't absorb moisture.  They are molded to fit high up into the saddle channel to give protective cushioning while allowing the spine and withers to be free of pressure.
 
Features:
  • Fits all styles of saddles
  • Lifts and fills 1/2" in front while continuing to offer support to the full length of the saddle
  • Molds to your horse's conformation as he moves
  • Designed to provide back protection and reduce stress to the shoulders
  • Non-slip
  • Ventilation holes will keep your horse comfortable and cool
Item Specifications:
 
Material:
Closed cell foam
 
Size:
Spine Measurement:  21"L x 11"W

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My mare needs wither relief.
LISA B on May 29, 2014
Does this just do wither relief or will it help act as a shim? Also will this work with a western saddle? I need a temporary fix until my new saddle comes in.
TCassist on May 1, 2014
Best Answer: I've only used mine a few times. It seems to provide wither relief and I do use it with my western saddle. Best of luck.
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