Western Vented Neoprene Wider Wither Pad

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Western Vented Neoprene Wider Wither Pad

$21.74

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Product Summary:

As heat builds under your saddle pad, this ergonomically-correct foam liner will contour to your horse's back. The vent holes along the spine allow for the ventilation of steam and heat under the saddle. The extremely lightweight, Conformer™ pad liner works hard to distribute the rider’s weight all along the horse’s back.

A flexible center hinge area over the spine helps reduce spinal pressure that could lead to early fatigue, body soreness, or an uneven temper in your horse. Hose off or wash with soap and water. Dries in minutes.

Size: 27" L x 22" W X 1/2" Thick to provide its substantial padding in the most crucial area of your horse’s back

Item Number Model Number UPC
WIH81 193659-L-WT 765839936592

Product Reviews by Customers

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Love it
Immediately noticed a change in my horse. He used to get a little crabby when asked to perform turn on haunches and side pass. I lunged for 10 minutes and once I was on his back, he was like a different horse. I have used several expensive pads on him with no change. As for durability? I have used once so we will have to see, but for $20...it can be replaced. I did initially feel like I had lost some "feel" for the horse, but after a few minutes he was rating his speed off my seat.
March 5, 2016
It is an overall good purchase
it doesnt trap heat, stays inplace, and does a great job relieving pressure, I was also really surprised how light weight it is. It is the perfect pad liner and has served me well and has not broken but i do keep that into consideration and am more careful with the way I handle it. the only thing not so great about this pad is the price is not as low as i would like it to be but i think it is worth it.
December 7, 2015
nice pad
This pad takes some getting used to for placement. I think once I figure out the exact spot for it I will really like it. Made nice even sweat marks and no sore back from our 14 miles of trail riding. I think most of my problem is pilot error. I will figure it out.
May 26, 2015
Owned over 25 Years!
I bought this pad originally 25 years ago and then bought another one 10 years ago because I loved it so much. I use it on top of a fleece pad or in between a fleece pad and a Navajo blanket. It is the only pad I have ever owned that doesn't breakdown under the pressure points of a saddle and get thinner over time. It makes every saddle fit a horse. It never leaves dry marks when you take the saddle off. I trail ride and competitively barrel race and it has never slipped. I feel that is absorbs shock and is a great product to own. I am planning on buying more just to have incase they ever quit making them.
April 7, 2014
Don't Bother
This pad lasted me 1 month. One day after riding (Simple groundwork) I took the saddle off and grabbed the pad after and it ripped off in my hand!
November 29, 2011
didn't last
We bought this pad and the neoprene pad at the same time. Have trouble with both of them slipping. (this one didn't slip as much as the neoprene one) Went to pull this pad back in place and it tore off in my hand! I guess I can say it worked, but don't know what to do about the slip-age and wasn't happy it tore so easily!
July 26, 2011
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want to see if my horse likes it, never used an underpad
K G on Nov 7, 2016
want to see if my horse likes it, never used an underpad
K G on Nov 7, 2016