Attaching & Removing the Liner  |  Care Instructions




1. Girth Straps
These durable straps thread through the top pad on either side to hold the LinerPad™ underneath in place where the girth sits.


2. Easy Fasten Velcro Straps
These straps commonly attach the saddle billet straps to keep the saddle pad from moving. They are also thread through the top pad to keep the LinerPad™ secure.


3. Wither Fold Over
This attachment point easily folds over at the front of the top pad to allow airflow through the spine and relieves pressure on the wither.


4. Metal Logo Attachments
This discreet attachment point perfectly matches up with our metal badge on either side of the top pad to prevent separation.


5. Spine Attachment
Designed to add zero pressure on the horse’s spine, the Velcro attachment on the LinerPad™ lines up with the top pad to ensure that the LinerPad™ will not bunch, move or slip even under the toughest of circumstances.


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.