Adding a pommel bolster will give the saddle narrower twist, tip your pelvis slightly back, and make the seat feel a little deeper
Place on the base's cantle, under your seat, to make a seat feel a little smaller for a customized fit.
I make these myself from industrial felted wool. They will be slightly trimmer profile than the genuine Ghost seat diminisher.
Made by Ghost, this pocket will slip between your seat and the front of the base in order to lift the front of the seat to balance the saddle for the rider. Especially useful on downhill-built horses.
I make these myself from industrial felted wool. They serve the same purpose as the Ghost front shim pockets, but these will give you less lift, and can fit inside the front of the panels that have a velcro opening. Note: These will not work on closed panels, and if you need a lot of lift at the front, use the velcro pocket shims instead.
I make these myself from industrial felted wool. Depending on your horse's conformation, it can sometimes be appropriate to place a shim inside the pocket on your pad.
Cushion to slip between the seat and the saddle-base to provide extra cushioning and can give the seat a wider feel to help some riders customize their seat for their hip/pelvis structure