Attaching & Removing the Liner  |  Care Instructions



The LinerPad fits discreetly under the top pad and securely attaches using the patent pending 5-Point Attachment System to ensure maximum stability: linerpadsystem.jpg

  1. The Wither Fold-Over – This attachment point easily folds over at the front of our anatomically designed top pad to ensure our LinerPad will not slip or bunch up under the front of the saddle. 
  2. Easy-Fastening Velcro® Straps – These straps are commonly seen on almost every saddle pad; however, they are twice as useful in our LinerPad system. These straps are perfectly positioned to be tucked into your saddle and easily thread through the top pad.
  3. The Girth Straps – These tough, durable straps thread from the LinerPad to the top pad to hold the LinerPad in place where the girth sits.
  4. The Spine – This Hook & Loop attachment is designed to minimize pressure on the horse's spine. You can ride happily knowing that this attachment ensures that the LinerPad will not bunch, move, or slip – even under the toughest of circumstances.
  5. The Metal Logo Attachment – This discreet attachment point matches up with our metal badge on the top pad to ensure the back half of the LinerPad doesn't bunch up.

Attaching & Removing the Liner


Ride. Rinse. Repeat. 

Our LinerPads are designed to be washed often – they become more absorbent and effective each time they are washed. We recommend machine washing our LinerPads by themselves or with other LinerPads or towels. For best results, machine wash the LinerPad on cold, use our Magic Washing Balls to remove hair and lint and loosen stubborn dirt and stains, and hang dry. Do not use fabric softener.

If using the dryer, only use cool temperatures to dry the LinerPad. Excessive heat from the dryer may damage or alter some of the components of the product.

The top pad may be machine washed cold and hang dry. Give the top pad and the LinerPad a shake after drying. Do not use fabric softener.

The LinerPads may also be hand washed, using a hose to spray them down and scrubbing lightly with detergent, as needed.