Kensington Long Nose Fly Mask

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Kensington Long Nose Fly Mask
 
The Kensington Long Nose Fly Mask featurs all the great qualities you have come to expect from Kensington, plus more!  The Kensington Textilene® Fly Mask is superior to the competition in every way.  Made with the strongest material on the market today, Textilene®, and is the absolute best way to protect your horse.  The Textilene® material is specially formulated to withstand fading, soiling, wear and tear, and is mildew resistant.  The fly mask not only shields your horse from biting insects, but also shades your horse with 73% UV protection.  Wearing this fly mask allows your horse full visibility with maximum protection to the facial and eye areas, helps aid in healing, and with the original double locking system, this mask is nearly impossible to take off. 
Small: 500-700 lbs
Med: 700-900 lbs.
Large: 900-1200 lbs. 
X-Large: 1200 + lbs ( not draft )
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pretty and long lasting My horse loves this fly mask. She has a big head so I have to order the XL. It has stayed on her longer than any other fly mask and she's never ripped it. The colors are so pretty even the Black Plaid is nice. November 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Size too big. It is a very nice fly mask but i bought a large ( i think) for my quarter horse mare. It was too big. But it works alright. MAKE SURE YOU KNOW THE RIGHT SIZE BEFORE YOU GET IT. October 11, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by has issues i like the product but the nose piece is added on so therefor there is a hard nylon seem that that has rubbed my horses nose raw. there is also no flece or anything to keep it from rubbing sore spots on his head. i like it but Cashel has a much better product. if they would put fleece on the seem or remove the seem and make it one long piece the problem wouldnt exist. October 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works well! My horse has a long, skinny head, so fit is somewhat of a problem. I needed an XL for the nose part to shield his pink nostrils, but then it was too big around. I moved the velcro back so it could fit tighter and it NEVER comes off now! My only other problem is that the nose shield is VERY easily torn off by pasture buddies. I've recently sewn that down to see if that helps. I hated coming out ever day and having to look for it! May 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Fly Mask! This mask is awesome. It is so well made and it fits my horse so well. The color (mint ice) is beautiful! It stays on, which is great! Love it. I will definitely buy another. April 18, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Kensington Fly Mask Hard To Fit I have Tennessee Walking Horses and have a hard time finding fly masks to fit - either too big or too small. I ordered the medium. It fit my gelding perfect, but the nose piece was too long on both mares. I had to fold them back and sew across them to keep the nose piece from rubbing their nostrils raw. I love the material the mask is made of, but doesn't last long if you have a horse that rubs the mask. The double velcro throat latch is great & the darts on the front make it stand out from the eyes. Great for a horse that doesn't rub holes into it. August 5, 2011
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