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    Default Wintec knee rolls?

    There's a back story that I'm not going to waste everyone's time typing out but can anyone share a few close up photos of what they're Wintec knee rolls look like? Please and thank you in advance!



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    They're all different depending on what style saddle. I have a Dressage Pro with contourblocs and they're big honkin thigh blocks on the outside of the flap, and then I have an older Dressage Pro that has 3/4" of padding on the front of the flap and a removable block that I can put under the padding to beef it up. Most of them have the flatter padding with the optional block that can be put under the flap.


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    Sorry - should have been more specific!

    I need to see what the removable ones look like.



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    I can post pictures later when I am at the barn- I have 3 different pairs.

    1) thin and long - came with Wintec 500
    2) thick and round, almost looking like a tear drop - came with older Isabell.
    3) thick and angular- almost looking like a diamond or a kite - purchased separately off Adam's horse supply.

    I like #3 the best, then #1, then #2.



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    Quote Originally Posted by myhorsefaith View Post
    I can post pictures later when I am at the barn- I have 3 different pairs.

    1) thin and long - came with Wintec 500
    2) thick and round, almost looking like a tear drop - came with older Isabell.
    3) thick and angular- almost looking like a diamond or a kite - purchased separately off Adam's horse supply.

    I like #3 the best, then #1, then #2.
    #2 would be awesome and the others if you have time!

    thankyouthankyouthankyou



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    Sorry - should have been more specific!

    I need to see what the removable ones look like.
    There are a number of different removable blocks.

    My close contact came with THESE


    Here are some of the different Dressage blocks


    Jump vs Dressage vs All Purpose

    Some jump saddles also have rear blocks, which appear short and round.



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    Crud I forgot to take pictures. But this post above ^ shows the ones I have. The dressage blocks pic - the big ones at 9 oclock are my #2. The ones at 4 oclock match my #1, and the close contact picture look like my angular ones #3, but mine are in black, and bigger for a dressage saddle.



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