Kensington Euro Protective Fly Sheet

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Kensington European Cut Textilene Protective Fly Sheet
This revolutionary sheet offers maximum year-round protection.  Textilene is a US made 1000 x 2000 Denier mesh.  It is fly and insect resistant.  This mesh had a 73% UV rating that prevents your horse's coat from bleaching out, and sunburns as well as being 78% permeable, and non-heat transferring to help your horse cool during the warmer months.  It keeps off the dirt and grime keeping your horse cleaner.  The weave naturally grooms your horses' coat reducing your brushing time especially during shedding season.  Designed in the European Cut, it comes with buckles and keepers at the front closure, a lined chest, padded wither for mane protection, detachable elastic leg straps, 2" criss-cross belly straps with snaps and D's, as well as removable tail cover, and removable belly band.
  • European Cut
  • 73% UV rating
  • Front closure with Buckles and Keepers
  • Lined chest
  • Padded Withers
  • Detachable Leg Straps
  • 2" Criss-Cross Belly Straps with Removable Belly Band
  • Removable Tail Cover
Item Specifications:
1000 x 2000 Denier Textilene Mesh 

**IMPORTANT NOTICE: this blanket is cut 1 size larger than US traditional blankets. For best fit buy 1 size smaller than your usual measurements.

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These blankets fit warmbloods well and the European style keeps the blanket in place better than the other style -- especially for active horses. The material holds up to teeth fairly well. It took two fly seasons for my horse to chew the front of his last one. It holds up better too where horses are pastured with others, and they play and pull on the blanket.
Martha F on Jul 15, 2015
Venus N on May 4, 2014
kensington has said they have a lifetime guarantee on all their products. I'm hoping they follow rough with their guarantee.
Natasha b on Feb 6, 2015
I have this fly sheet for my mare. It holds up wonderful and she rolls and rubs against the fence. It shines her coat and she is never hot or sweaty in this.
LISA G on Aug 21, 2013
Is this sheet avaible in Mint ice?
Ride on on Jan 19, 2014
Best Answer: daughter's colors are blue and red, so not aware if available in shades of green
Reply · Report · Linda M on Feb 23, 2014
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Currently I have a Kennsington sheet with a neck piece, does this sheet have the ability to attach a hood?
Char J on Jun 20, 2016
Best Answer: Sorry cant answer your question as I don't use a neck sheet so I would not know if a hood can be attached
Reply · Report · Ronald A on Jun 21, 2016
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Will this neck cover attach to the European style sheet?
Lynn Z on Apr 23, 2016
Kensington Euro Protective Fly Sheet 87 Red
Kensington Euro Protective Fly Sheet 87 Red
Kensington Protective Fly Neck Cover X-Large Citru
Kensington Protective Fly Neck Cover X-Large Citru
Best Answer: Yes
Reply · Report · Alex N on Apr 23, 2016
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does blanket protect against midges ?
A shopper on Apr 16, 2016
Best Answer: I do not have this sheet but I have a horse with terrible sweet itch and have used the textilene fabric fly sheets made by other companies as well as the micro mesh style fabric and stuff in between. Honestly, I have seen zero difference in her symptoms based on the fabric. Where any fly sheet covers her, she is ok. Where the fly sheet ends around the neck is where the little buggers get to her. I do prefer a neck cover that has the lining at the mane, that seems to help a lot. Midges are topline feeders (at least the ones we have in the USA). If you reliably cover the topline, tailhead, and head, you will do ok but the sheets and flymask have to go on in early spring and stay put 24/7 until hard freeze. No on/off unless it's for a short time on breezy days outdoors in the middle of the day. Also, if your horse gets itchy, it's best to rinse her off thoroughly at the topline. This washes away the saliva from the midges and will help stop the itching.
Reply · Report · Diana S H on Sep 29, 2016
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