The only Full Sheepskin pad available with split WITHER and ARTi-LAGE Impact Protection Shims in Black or Natural!
Majyk Equipe 'Ergonomics' Correction Fleece Half Pad with Impact Protection Shims provides the ultimate combination of comfort and technology. Constructed from a high-loft, dense 1 1/4" long 100% Australian fleece with lightweight fabric (most pads have a less dense fleece), the Majyk Equipe half pad is fully quilted and combines natural cushioning and moisture wicking qualities of sheepskin with ultimate impact protection. The pad features unique Split Wither Relief technology to relieve pressure across the withers and Spine Relief along the underside of the pad. The pad has two front and rear pockets along the spine, Pockets can be used to make a total of 24 unique saddle fit adjustments. Shims are inserted from the top, not bottom, ensuring the shims sit securely in pocket. The shims are made of a lightweight and customizable impact protection material, which limits force of impact through the saddle in both directions: Direction 1) force of impact into the horses' back from the rider's weight and movements, Direction 2) force of impact traveling up from the horse's back through into the riders lower back and spine. This makes for a comfortable ride for both horse and the English rider. Shims can be trimmed and alternated in different thicknesses as needed with the horse's development. Avaible in black fleece half pad and Natural fleece half pad.
Fleece Half Pad - Sold as a single unit. Full set of shims included. Extra thick shims sold separately.
Measurement from Spine to End of Pad = 22.5 inches (58.5cm) Measurement Drop (Flap) length = 12 inches (30.5cm) (Spine is 22.5", Drop is 12" and Length is 22.".)
Features: • High-Loft, Dense Wool Fleece • Spine Relief Technology for Maximum Spine Clearance • Wither Relief Technology for Maximum Wither Clearance • Customizable Impact Protective Shims • Durable, High Quality Construction • Hand Wash & Air Dry - Remove Inserts • Ideal for AP or Jumping Saddles