The ThinLine Western Saddle Seat Saver is a game changer! It is an incredible tool for fine-tuning your riding. It is so thin and effective you will forget it is there … until you take it off!
When we developed the ThinLine Seat Maker we thought the product would be a great way for riders to discover just how much a ThinLine pad does for their horses. We had no idea, at the time, how much this little tack accessory would impact so many riders. Of course, protecting rider’s backs from the daily impact we experience is important but then we began hearing stories about how, with the Western saddle seat saver, the rider’s seats became so quiet and stable they were able to exponentially improve their equitation as well as their sense of security. Once removed for the show ring, riders have a new understanding of how still, sensitive and communicative they can be with their horses.
Try it for yourself. We have a 30-day money-back guarantee. Try it for 30 days and when you remove it you will understand just how much it does for you.
Rider Comfort – eliminates or greatly reduces lower back pain.
Improved Equitation – reduces bounce and excess rider movement.
A sense of Safety – offers radical stability in the saddle.
Rider Performance – gaits are easier to sit.
Balance – Crooked seats can be relieved by adding a balance shim under the seat saver.
ThinLine Saddle Seat Makers: Lightweight, breathable, seamless, cool, and virtually invisible.
Western Saddle Seat Makers are the thinnest of all ThinLine products. It is a fantastic way to see for yourself how so little can do so much, for both you and your horse. Riders weighing 225 + lbs will experience optimal shock absorption with a combination of Saddle Seat Saver and Saddle Pad combination.
Horse Riding Seat is Available in:
Black and Dark Brown
Standard Western – traditional western saddles with a horn
16 3/4″ long from pommel to cantle, 15″ across seat
Western Endurance – western-style endurance saddles with or without a horn
16 1/2″ long from pommel to cantle, 15 1/2″ across seat.
Click Here to See A video on how to place your seat maker on your saddle.