ThinLine Cutback Wither English Saddle Pad

We love this ThinLine Cutback Wither English Saddle Pad for the non-slip design which eliminates the need for multiple pads, in a solid, durable, yet shimmable piece.  Did we mention these pads are machine washable?!  That's right, just throw in the washer on cold & hang to dry!  Convenience meets long lasting durability in these beautifully crafted cotton quilted pads.  Show up to the competition ready to show-out, & out-shine.  You're prepared for anything when you ride with ThinLine!  

Follow this link to ThinLine's Trim to Fit Shims which may be used as a full shim to double your protection.  You can also easily create front, bridging and rear shims by cutting the full trim to fit shim with a pair of scissors.  

This Cutback Wither English Saddle Pad with ThinLine is the most comfortable and effective shock absorber for both horses and riders. Every ThinLine Pad comes with this amazing ThinLine material. We designed this cut back wither saddle pad exclusively for horses with high withers and riders who wish for a split opening at the front of the pad.

By adding comfort, shock absorption, and wither relief in this cutback design, we give you the best saddle pad for your high withered horse.  The ThinLine Cutback Wither English saddle pad is designed with a cut back to create that no-saddle-pad look with all the shock absorption you need to have your horse perform at their best.  Thinline is the only product endorsed by surgeons, master saddlers & veterinarians.

What makes ThinLine so different?  The manner in which this product absorbs motion encourages horses to lift their backs, developing strength and top-line. It has been endorsed by Veterinarians, for horses, as well as Spinal Surgeons for riders. It is a top pick for Master Saddlers around the world. Equine Chiropractors and Massage Therapists carry it on their trucks to keep horses going strong, supple and relaxed. Trainers and riders find it a trusted product to improve rider equitation.

It is the dual benefits of extraordinary shock absorption and rider motion reduction that sets ThinLine apart from other saddle pads.
Ease of use and a perfect fit are hallmarks of this English cut back wither saddle pad. When using this full saddle pad your Thinline is always in the right place. It eliminates the need to use multiple pads, thereby reducing tack up time and unnecessary thickness. The 95% shock absorption rate and no-slip properties of ThinLine mean you have all you need for equine comfort and protection. It is easy to wash in a front loader machine.

Made with ThinLine (3/16″) over a high quality quilted cotton base pad, creating a contoured wither profile and spine free channel. This design allows the ThinLine to lay on either side of the spine so that it is always in the right place. Delivering the maximum in shock absorbency in the minimum thickness. This English cut back wither saddle pad is shimmable for fine-tuning saddle fit.  Trainers such as Jim Paden (pictured right) have discovered the value of this shock absorbing Saddle Seat Equitation pad both in the show ring and at home for improving horses’ gaits and riders’ seats.  Jim now uses ThinLine on all his show and school horses.  

  • Ultimate protection for both your back and your horse’s back
  • Ultra ThinLine over heavy duty quilted cotton for durability and everyday use
  • Contoured wither profile and spine free channel for comfort
  • Shimmable for fine tuning saddle fit
  • Encourages horses to lift and engage through the back
  • Quiets rider movement, clearing the way for better communication and connection using lighter aids
  • Single unit solves slipping issues by eliminating the need for two pads and keeps the ThinLine right where you need it.
  • Designed esclusively for horses with high withers & riders who wish for a split opening at the front of the pad.  
  • Dimensions:  26 × 8 × 2 in 
Sizing 
Fits most Saddle Seat saddles 20″ spine length |14″ across seat |16″ flap width | Total Length 22″

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