Improve your horse’s comfort with 100% Merino Wool Saddle Liners that provide unsurpassed moisture wicking and temperature regulation.
100% Merino Wool Saddle Liners >> Ideal Base Layer for Horses
Unsurpassed Moisture Wicking. Merino wool’s exceptionally fine fibers absorb large quantities of moisture vapor and enable evaporation better than other fibers.
Temperature Regulation. Since moisture traps in heat, wicking moisture away from the skin has a cooling effect. Additionally, Merino wool has a natural crimp, which creates many very small insulating air pockets. The result is that Merino wool provides cooling in the heat, and warmth in the cold.
Flexible Fiber. Merino wool’s fine fibers are curly, and so they behave like tiny coil springs, easily stretching and contracting to their former shape. This elasticity makes Merino wool ideal as the liner on an active horse.
Durable & Lightweight. The superfine fibers of Merino wool lend it such softness, it’s hard to believe how durable it is. And the fiber’s unique composition make this wool remarkably light.
Antibacterial & Odor-Resistant. Merino wool contains naturally occuring lanolin and keratin, which give it antimicrobial properties.
Resistant to Pilling. Pilling occurs naturally when shorter fibers work their way to a fabric’s surface. Due to the unique qualities of merino wool’s resilient fibers, it develops far fewer pills than any other wool.
Washable. Visit our Products page to see how easy it is to keep your Steed Armor products clean and lasting.
“Steed Armor saddle liners serve so many purposes. They really keep my saddle pads in place and my horses’ backs drier. I’ve even had less sore back muscles. Love them!”
The exceptional fibers of Merino wool ensure the integrity of our patent pending Saddle Liners that provide the ideal layer for your horse’s back without interfering with the unique features of a saddle pad. Not to mention, protecting it from sweat, hair, dirt, and regular wear.
The breakthrough in our high-performance products results from delving back to nature’s exceptional textile, Merino wool. Merino sheep’s fleece adapted over thousands of years to withstand weather extremes unlike any other fiber.
Historically, Merino sheep were chosen for prized wool and through selective breeding have been refined to produce some of the most beneficial wool of any sheep.