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NWT Sheepskin Half Pad, high wither model, has removable shims! Fits 17-18" saddles

$75.00
Date Added: 2/8/2018
Posted By: B V
  
Purcellville,   VA  
20132
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Ottbgirl47(at)gmail.com

Brand new! Genuine sheepskin high wither half pad. Comes with two sheepskin "shims" that Velcro where you need them. Soft Velcro panel runs length of pad so you can raise the front, rear, or fill in the middle if your saddle is bridging. Retails for $100+

Quilted/Sheepskin Half Pad with Adjustable Sheep Skin Padding Shim

This quilted half pad top is made of cotton twill that has " quilt squares. The sides of the pad feature a 22" Velcro type band running the entire length, thus allowing for the sheep skin shim to be moved where protection or lift is needed. The adjustable-movable sheep skin shims measure 3.5 x 7 inches.


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