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[RC] [RC] Do Dixie Midnight Pads need to be replaced regularly? - dixie midnight

I'm guessing no, but our chiropractic vet was out last night and I showed her the Dixies. She looked at and felt mine and decided it seemed "compressed and thinner" in the pressure areas, and I had to admit, I could feel it was less "squishy" (yes, I believe that's the technical term for it) in the areas that would be under the saddle, than the areas that fringe outside of my Skito.

She suggested I replace it. At $100 a pop, this is something I prefer not to do every season or two.

Any thoughts, experiences on this one?

--Patti Stedman (NY)

Patti, you are correct. The No-Sweat vent pad does not need to be replaced. It cannot compress more in one area than the other.

Your No-Sweat is guaranteed to keep your horse's back cooler and your saddle pad clean and dry, no matter how hard you ride, for as long as you own it or your money back.

There are many Endurance riders who've ridden their No-Sweats for many years, and many thousands of miles without problems or difficulties of any kind.

You only buy your No-Sweat once. Then you ride it for the rest of your life.

Should you have addtional questions, please feel free to contact me at dixiemidnight at hotmail.com, or call me at 1-888-287-6716. I answer 'em all!

Dixie Midnight
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