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[RC] For those of you using Len Brown's Corrector pad... - Karen Casemier - Roger Rittenhouse

In response to the below request. 
I am using the LB Corrector panel. I DO put it INSIDE the pocket of the SKITO
Endurance pad. The pad that fits  most 'endurance' type saddles -- like the SR
BOZ SYNERGIST. Woudl work fine for english.

I put the panel on TOP or UNDER the of the foam inserts. You have to work it
around a bit to get it installed. I have now decided it better to place it on 
TOP of the SKITO foam. Better shock protection. I have used it  both ways with
acceptable results. 
As show in my pictures I proofed it with the impression pad saddle fitting 

I worked great. If I was in a rush and switched pads, I have a second panel I
just place on top of the SKITO pad. 

I have tried Len's costly  pad system. It works but NOT  high quality -- just
high cost  - normal for Len :)   BUT the flex panel works GREAT on 3 saddles and
3 horses.

 I have pictures here


FYI I told Tom  of SKITO I was doing this  as well a LB  BOTH of course not care
for 'rider user' mods  :)  

Roger R

[RC] For those of you using Len Brown's Corrector pad... - Karen Casemier
What type of padding system are you using with your Corrector pad? I have had a
lot of success with this pad, but I hate having to layer another pad on top of
it, and I'm not happy with either of the full pad options available through 
website (fyi, I'm riding in an English saddle with the standard size pad). I'd
love to find an alternative pad that I could insert the Corrector into. I was
hoping I could get a custom Skito made but contacted Tom and it is a no-go. If I
have to, I'll just continue using it under another pad, but there has to be
another option out there.

I'd love something made of real wool, or at the very least something that I 
easily clean in the washing machine.

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