ThinLine® is excited to offer a new line of seat savers, which will give riders the opportunity to experience the same shock absorbing performance of ThinLine® saddle pads!
With our material in direct contact with the rider, creating a bond with the horse is easier. Test riders have been stunned by their improved ability to sit more quietly and react better to the horses' motion. The new game-changing seat saver has been created using our unique Ultra ThinLine® material that is endorsed by spinal surgeons, master saddle fitters, and top riders - using these seat savers will provide superior shock absorption and a more comfortable, pain free ride.
Photo: Pictured above is the Close Contact ThinLine(R) Game Changer Seat Saver in Dark Brown. Pictured below is the Western ThinLine(R) Game Changer Seat Saver in Dark Brown. (Photo courtesy of Thinline)
The ThinLine Game Changer Seat Saver will be available in both black and dark brown in four different styles: All Purpose, Close Contact, Dressage, and Western. They are all offered at a introductory price of $59 and can be ordered on www.thinlineglobal.com.
ThinLine® is made in the USA and we support USA manufacturers for assembly of most of our product lines. ThinLine® pads are different from other saddle pads because they incorporate a unique, open cell technology which moves shock, weight, and heat laterally along the pad without compressing. The result is 95% shock absorption in a thinner, less bulky pad. The trademark open cell technology also makes ThinLine® horse tack 100% breathable so heat and moisture are not trapped. An anti-microbial agent is also infused into ThinLine® girths and horse boots. Because ThinLine® doesn't compress or slip, pressure points created by movement in the saddle or challenges associated with working muscles are nearly eliminated.
ThinLine® is a small company with great customer service; we are all riders. Many professionals endorse our products, and ThinLine® does not pay riders for endorsements. Please be sure to thank them if they sent you our way, they are doing it because they simply want the horses to be happier, and that is what it is all about for us too.