Diamond Wool Felt Pad Liner 32X32

$29.99
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3/8In

$29.99

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1/2In

$30.74

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1In

$41.99

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Product Summary:

Popular Wool felt liners and pads are made with blended Wool felt. Choose from 3/8", 1/2", or 1" thicknesses. They are ideal for use under saddle blankets or as a primary pad.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1In E006970 001 HR21 710321211329
1/2In E006970 012 LR31 710321215310
3/8In E006970 038 FL34 710321214016

Product Reviews by Customers

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My horse has a callus on his back. My vet suggested cutting a hole in that area to relieve pressure on it. Felt is cooler for AZ.
Margaret P on Dec 27, 2016
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MELODIE T on Oct 17, 2015
My horse has a callus on his back. My vet suggested cutting a hole in that area to relieve pressure on it. Felt is cooler for AZ.
Margaret P on Dec 27, 2016
Diamond wool pads are good quality for the price. I especially like to use the 3/8 th inch pads under my expensive specialty pads to help keep them clean.
Lisette H on Jul 23, 2016
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MELODIE T on Oct 17, 2015
I have used these blankets for years and love them.
REGINA B on Dec 12, 2014
Diamond wool pads are good quality for the price. I especially like to use the 3/8 th inch pads under my expensive specialty pads to help keep them clean.
Lisette H on Jul 23, 2016
I have used these blankets for years and love them.
REGINA B on Dec 12, 2014
Can you flip it over to use both sides?
A shopper on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I believe you could use both sides, if you first carefully removed the label from the top of the pad.

I love these pads. I have 2 of the half inch pads, and 2 of the 3/8 inch pads. I use them as liners for my expensive therapeutic pads, so that they stay clean. I personally would not use both sides on the liners because, when used under another pad, over time, they conform a little to the shape of the horses topline. I like to pull them up under the withers of the gullet, and up behind he rear gullet, making a little gaps over the spine, before cinching my saddle. The liners are economical, so having two, makes it nice to have 'one to wash and one to wear'.(Something my grandmother used to say to us girls when we were growing up :) ). A sharp blast with a hose, and gentle brushing with a soft rubbler brush takes the sweat and hair off nicely.

I do also have the one inch pad too, and have used it in the past. I still prefer to blast it with a hose, rather than turn inside out.
I have this pad in a 3/4" and would like another. Do you have the 3/4 "?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not. We can offer you the 3/8", 1/2", or 1" thicknesses.
How do you determine which measurement is best?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You should consider the size of your saddle as well as your horse when choosing what size pad to purchase. The pad should extend out from the edges of the saddle. The saddle should not sit right on the end of the pad. What type of riding and how long you plan to ride will help you choose the right thickness of pad.
What percentage wool?
A shopper on Aug 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The catalog describes blended wool felt. I don't know the actual percentage. But I use these pads for both of my horses, underneath their saddle blankets, and I think they work very, very well, far better than some of the more expensive pads I have used in the past.