Impact Gel XT Lite Underlayment Pad

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Product Summary:

A rugged and durable one-piece contour cut specifically to support muscle atrophy behind the shoulder blades and also give pressure relief off the spine. This pad conforms to a horse’s back with first use and is designed specifically to prevent roll over. Only ½” thick.  Available in Black poly/wool blend. Use this unique pad underneath your favorite show pad.

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helps my saddle fit a horses back correctly
Diane S on Aug 18, 2015
I want to use a liner under, this seems like the best thickness
Bonni M on Apr 27, 2015
Best saddle pad and after a few rides forms to your horses back! Once I tried this pad on my older gelding he became a sweeter horse to ride.
Mary R on Jun 7, 2015
So this pad is JUST felt, no gel insert? (Even though the company name is "impact gel")?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2015
Best Answer: There are thin gel inserts on either side of the pad. It protects my high withered horse as well as helping my saddle fit better. It also keeps my saddle from rolling when mounting. The pad is well made and I feel confident it will give me years of use. I was very happy with this purchase.
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Is this saddle pad wool?
Julia S on Dec 26, 2014
Best Answer: Yes it is wool. It's very thin and is meant to go under a blanket. I use a thick wool blanket on top of this gel wool pad. It has greatly reduced saddle slip.
Reply · Report · Anine C on Dec 27, 2014
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