Kensington Long Nose Fly Mask w/Ears

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Product Summary:

Kensington Long Nose Fly Mask with Ears  
Constructed of Textilene a innovative PVC coated polyester fabric with a 1000 x 2000 weave.  Known for its durability, it is specially formulated to withstand fading, soiling, wear and tear, and is mildew resistant.  This fly mask not only shields your horse from biting insects, but also shades your horse with 73% UV protection.  Offers protection from fire and air-borne debris. Wearing this fly mask allows your horse full visibility with maximum protection to the facial and eye areas.    Non-abrasive, non-sticking, and 78% air permeable, this mask protects from the elements and also allows for wound healing.  The original double locking system keeps the mask in place.
 
Features:
  • Protects against harmful UV rays
  • Fire resistant
  • Double eye darts prevent eye irritation
  • Double locking Throat latch to keep in place
  • Elastic Throat strap for comfort
  • Removable nose piece
  • Mesh ears
 
Item Specifications: 
Sizes: 
Small: 500-700 lbs 
Med: 700-900 lbs. 
Large: 900-1200 lbs. 
X-Large: 1,200- 1,500 lbs
 
Material:
Textilene 

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Eric T on Jan 17, 2016
Quality product
Vera F on Sep 27, 2015
Almost all of the reviews gave it 5 stars. I like the removable nose piece and I'd rather pay a little more for something that will last longer.
Janis D on Dec 16, 2015
Was impressed with the hardiness of the matching flysheet. The mask has not lasted as well, however.
Mary D on Jul 30, 2015
What size did you purchase for an 1100 lb horse?
debfreeman on Apr 10, 2014
Best Answer: I have a quarter horse who has a large jowl. The 'horse" size was too small. The "large horse" is really too big, but since my horse has head tossing syndrome I use it with him. I put it on over his bridle when I ride him. I don't really know how much he weighs. I don't know if this helps you at all. You could try it and return it if it doesn't fit...
Reply · Report · Ellen W on Apr 10, 2014
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what size would I need for a donkey with 13" ears? Or will these not work for her?
Sue G on May 9, 2015
Best Answer: I don't think it would fit because the are not that long in the ears unfortunately. I would just try a regular fly mask without ears and just not clip the donkey's ears. The natural hair in the ears should keep the flies out unlike the eyes where all they have to defend themselves are their eyelashes
Reply · Report · Beckett t on May 9, 2015
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I have a Percheron X with a huge head. Should I order the XXL?
Sue G on May 12, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this in medium and my horse is cob size. It fits well with some wiggle room. I think that xxl would be appropriate for a large head. Also, I sewed see fleece where the mask rubbed and I was glad it was slightly bigger once the fleece was in. I got this in purple and its super cute on! Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · rebeca p on May 13, 2015
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How to measure for size?
A shopper on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: Sizing Information
Medium (Cob): 700 - 900 lbs.
Large (Horse): 900 - 1,200 lbs.
XLarge (Warmblood): 1,200 - 1,600 lbs.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Nov 13, 2014
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