Tough-1 1200D Snuggit Turnout 200g

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Tough-1 1200 Denier Snuggit Turnout Blanket

Protect your horse with the Tough-1 1200 Denier Snuggit Turnout Blanket. The material is breathable, which allows your horse to stay comfortable.


  • 1200 Denier Poly, heavy material strength, recommended for horses that may bite or chew on blanket or horses turned out with a companion or in groups. Material may tear or rip if caught on a nail, rough fencing or thorns from bushes.
  • Easily adjustable neck to create a custom fit
  • 200g Polyfill provides medium warmth and protection from wind and rain
  • 210 Denier Poly Lining prevents rubbing and helps to keep the coat shiny while preventing hair, shavings, and straw from sticking to the inside of the blanket
  • Waterproof, coated outer shell with taped seams and seamless spine repels water to keep your horse dry
  • Breathable to allow moisture vapor to pass wick away from the horse and preventing sweating while retaining body heat and repelling outside coldness
  • Double-sewn heavy nylon binding to secure material and provide additional durability
  • Double-sewn reinforced stress points with additional reinforcement to help prevent tears
  • Fleece wither helps provide protection from rubbing
  • Adjustable double buckle front with snap closures
  • Action shoulder gussets allow for freedom of movement and help to prevent shoulder rubbing
  • Low cross, easily adjustable surcingles with T-Lock fasteners (see blanket fitting guide to ensure correct fit)
  • Adjustable elastic leg straps help to secure the blanket and prevent from shifting from side to side
  • Tail cover provides additional protection from moisture near tail bone

Measuring Instructions: Stand your horse as square as possible, measure from the center of chest around side of the body to the point of the horse's rump just before the tail. If you horse ends up measuring between sizes always round up to the next size to ensure full coverage.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash with cold water. Gentle cycle with mild detergent. Air dry or machine dry/no heat.

Horses Turned Outside Without Shelter: Turnout Sheet and Blanket materials are waterproof and designed to keep your horse dry. However, if your horse is turned out in a field without a run in shed or shelter during prolonged rain or heavy downpours your horse may still get wet, especially in the neck and tail areas.
When using a blanket or sheet it is critical to monitor the fluctuating climate and temperatures even with a blanket that is waterproof and breathable. The wicking properties of a breathable blanket are designed to wick away normal body heat. When a blanket is too heavy the heat and moisture cannot be wicked away fast enough, causing your horse to sweat. The temperature and the length of your horse’s coat will determine what weight of blanket you should use. For this reason, most people who choose to blanket horses have several articles of horse clothing that offer varying levels of warmth.
When selecting a blanket, take into account your horse’s behavior, environment, or other horses that may be turned out with your horse. The lower the denier number, the less strength the material has. 420 Denier and 600 Denier are not recommended for horses that bite, chew, or rub on blankets, or for horses turned out with a companion or in a group.
Always ensure your horse’s blanket is properly fitted and all straps are adjusted correctly. If a blanket is too tight or too loose, straps may break and material may tear. For younger horses or horses turned out with a companion or in groups, it is recommended to purchase 1200 Denier or 1680 Denier material as these are stronger materials and are less likely to tear.
Certain types of fencing, such as barbwire, or foreign objects such as nails will easily tear any blanket no matter what the denier. Always inspect the area in which your horse is kept to remove any nails or jagged fencing that may cause damage. There are no horse blankets that are guaranteed to not rip or tear.

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color, weight size, Price range. i Have used WB, but they did not have a color in the price range I wanted. so thought I would try another brand.
Sherilyn D on Sep 27, 2016
Very sturdy, durable blanket. Great price! Holds up well and lasts.
Kristina M on Jun 19, 2016
Good price
Jane R on Aug 20, 2016
purchased for a very big thoroughbred for emergency needs in the event of terrible weather, rarely used but nice to have on hand.
Kim K on Jun 8, 2016
i have a 15.3-16 hand warm blood that is medium to thick bodied.He measures out to a 75". I have heard that this blanket runs small so should i order a 78"? A 78" seems a bit large...
A shopper on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer: Measuring Instructions - Stand your horse as square as possible, measure from the center of chest around side of the body to the point of the horse's rump just before the tail. If you horse ends up measuring between sizes always round up to the next size to ensure full coverage.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Nov 14, 2014
my horse is 14.3hh, she is very long bodied though. my trainer said to get her a 78" does that sound right?
Maryssa on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: You need to measure the side of the horse from center of chest to the tail, Stateline usually has a diagram and instructions on how to do this. This will give you a measurement that you possibly have to round up to the next size. 78" sounds a little big We had a Morgan that was 14.3hh and he measured 74" but was not long bodied. Our Thoroughbred 15.2hh and takes a 76". So the best thing is to measure. Hope this helps!
Valerie Surkin
Reply · Report · Lee S on Oct 22, 2014
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Hi; Because of the high adjustable/neck on this would I measure my horse different for this kind of blanket?
Judy L on Sep 29, 2013
Best Answer: I found that this blanket runs a little large, but the adjustable neck gives your horse a custom fit. Fantastic blanket!
Reply (1) · Report · Rhonda S on Oct 7, 2013
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Is there an issue with using a turnout blanket as an indoor "stable blanket" as well?
Mary Jo C on Nov 12, 2013
Best Answer: I guess it would depend where you live. I live in Sacramento, California. I don't have an indoor stable, just a shelter to protect from wind and rain and it is more than adequate. In fact, when my horse sees me coming with his "blanky", he meets me half way. If you live in a really cold area, with snow and wind, I would say it would most likely work well since barns aren't weather proof from cold, snowy winds.
Reply (1) · Report · Cheryle L on Nov 12, 2013
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i live in California. Few nights are freezing. Is this the best weight blanket for my horse?
A shopper on Oct 7, 2013
Best Answer: Kasey A: I live in Sacramento, CA. Normally it rains during the winter but this year has been the exception. My Paint mare is a bit hot blooded or thin skinned (sometimes the terms is used on TB horses because they have a very sleek coat). I normally use a blanket with a 220-250 fill and when it drops below 32 degrees, I add a quilt liner that adds another 80 fill. So it can very depending on your horses breed, length of coat and climate when buying a blanket. I feel it's best use a mid-weight blanket and add a liner rather than having just one heavy blanket. That way I can add or subtract depending on the weather. Plus don't forget if you use a Slinky underneath it will add warmth to the horse and help it's coat at the same time. Good Luck!!
Reply · Report · Kasey A on Mar 26, 2014
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Will this fit a large warmblood?
A shopper on Jan 3, 2015
Best Answer: My horse is an Appendix Quarter Horse very large well built similar to a warmblood. 16 3. This blanket fits him beautifully with room to spare. Very strong very tough and has become my absolutely favorite blanket! love the hardware and I love the construction. It has lasted longer than any of my other blankets. I have also used it on my Clydesdale thoroughbred cross and it fits her as well.
Reply · Report · rebecca s on Jan 3, 2015
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What can I do to make this blanket keep being water proof year after year?
Cynthia T on Jun 16, 2016
Best Answer: When getting this blanket cleaned, there is a special soap to use so as not to wash off the water proofing. Or, I get my blankets cleaned professionally once a year from an experienced cleaner who knows how to wash horse blankets. You can also spay on water proofing to insure your blanket stays that way if you think it may be wearing off.
Reply · Report · Brenda H on Jun 17, 2016
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will it be a good warm blanket for cold winters in NH?
aliciaa on Dec 2, 2015
Best Answer: Has worked great for me. Here in inland Western Washington our temps will drop into the teens or even single digits a few times during the winter. The blanket has held up better than any I have owned before. It's made a whole year with no damage to the blanket or straps and my boy is hard on blankets.
Reply · Report · Doug L on Dec 2, 2015
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I am looking for a blanket just for cool overnights when we are out camping, when overnight temps drop below 40F would this be too heavy? I dont need a "winter" blanket, just something to keep the dew and chill off when we are camping overnight.
Amanda Y on Sep 16, 2016
Best Answer: At 200 grams this is considered on the lighter end of the medium weight category. It would depend on your horse's hair coat thickness whether it would be too much insulation at 40F. With any blanket, it's always a good idea to check periodically whether the horse is warm enough or too warm.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Sep 16, 2016
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I need an 86 size for a 17 hand high thoroughbred? what do you suggest? Anything for Winter weather 30 degrees or below? Warmest best blanket for durability..? Waterproof?
Natalie A on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: this is an excellent cold weather turnout blanket. It holds up well to NORMAL horse conditions. (if your horse is tough on blankets, this one MIGHT snag????) and I would get more fill than 200g. I live in CA where it doesnt get too cold and these are perfect. You might want 300 fill for temps below freezing.
with that said... I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE the way these fit my mares with high withers! NOTHING fit them as good as these.
Reply · Report · Susan M on Nov 13, 2014
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How do you measure a horse for turnout blanket?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2016
Best Answer: Stand your horse as square as possible. Measure from the center of the chest along the side of the body to the point of the horse's rump just before the tail. If your horse ends up measuring between sizes, choose the one closest to your measurement unless your horse is particularly big-bodied.
Measuring is usually best done with a helper and a soft or cloth measuring tape. Take the measurement twice to be sure.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jan 18, 2016
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My horse is wet from freezing rain. Can I put this blanket on him when he is till damp?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2015
Best Answer: Yes you can! My horses have gotten drenched before I could make it out to blanket them and I put these blankets on over their wet coat. It might eventually start to smell if used while wet repeatedly. Once the weather clears up I hang them on the fence line to air out.
Reply · Report · Melissa R on Feb 24, 2015
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Are the surcingles attached to the blanket with elastic or stitching that will tear out if the horse gets hung up in the straps?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2014
Best Answer: This product is made with quality fabric and the surcingles are stitched. My horse is a four year old thoroughbred and he plays a lot with the other horses and it’s never torn. I liked the blanket so much; I ordered more in different colors, weights and denier.
Reply · Report · Kathleen M. R on Oct 24, 2014
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my colt measures 120cm from tail to his chest, what size should I order?
Chery F on Jan 17, 2016
Best Answer: 120 cm is approximately 47 inches, which is in the pony blanket size range. The nearest blanket size to that is a 48", measured where the two colors meet at the drip line, center of chest to edge of hindquarters. We do offer a Tough-1 that small:
Tough-1 600D Miniature Turnout Blanket 50 Hunter
Tough-1 600D Miniature Turnout Blanket 50 Hunter
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jan 18, 2016
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If I buy a 78" blanket is that at its maxed out setting or at the tightest setting?
coldrider on Dec 25, 2015
Best Answer: With 6 horses, we go through a lot of blankets. However these blankets have worn really well. The manufacturer seems to plan the size for the middle setting on the front buckles, so not to worry.
Reply · Report · Mary D on Dec 25, 2015
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what is the difference between this tooled leather and the regular blanket w 200 gm fill ?
M b on Nov 30, 2015
Tough-1 1200D Snuggit Turnout 200g 84In Red
Tough-1 1200D Snuggit Turnout 200g 84In Red
Tough-1 1200D Snuggit Tooled Leather Blanket 84 Br
Tough-1 1200D Snuggit Tooled Leather Blanket 84 Br
Best Answer: There is no difference, really. It's just that the bottom of the one has a design that sort of "looks like" tooled leather. I bought a black heavyweight blanket with the tooled leather design in grey. I think it's very attractive and the blanket has proven to be very good and almost indestructible. Good luck to you!
Reply · Report · Margaret J on Nov 30, 2015
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What is the drop on the 75" blanket?
Ty M on Feb 2, 2016
Best Answer: Not sure of the exact measurement but I bought the 75 for my 15 hand Arabian gelding and it fits him nice. Just above his knees and hocks! Hope that helps.
Reply · Report · JULIET K on Feb 3, 2016
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This is a rather trivial question but I have had my 600 D for 3 horses, one who loves/lives to destroy has managed 3 yrs with these. I clean them prof and keep them in a plastic liner to store, to the point, I don't see red/black options in 1200D!? Is this not available at all? Stable colors for everything are red and black,would like to keep that if possible! Thanks much!
Margaret A on Jan 26, 2016
Best Answer: Hi, So glad you love our blankets as much as we do. The 1200D is available in red with the black trim. You can choose this color in the drop down menu the photo for this color just seems to be missing. Thanks!
Reply (1) · Report · JTIexpertTough-1 Expert on Jan 26, 2016
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is there a tracking number?
Jeanne T on Jan 6, 2015
Best Answer: In order to get a tracking number on your order you would need to contact our customer service team.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Jan 28, 2015
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I just purchased this blanket today along with the stable blanket w/the belly warmer. New to blanketing here. My Saddlebred mare is turned out during the day w/a run in shelter and then brought in at night. I'm in midstate Illinois...our Jan, Feb, March can be brutally cold but also very wet. On those uber cold days, could I leave the 250gm stable blanket on underneath this 200g T/O blanket? I don't clip her and she does have a good winter coat but, as a rescue, she still needs to gain weight...hence the blanketing.
Thank you in advance!
Mary Jo C on Nov 12, 2013
Best Answer: If the horse runs around a lot when it's turned out.....I'd take the underneath blanket off, but if she just stands around it should be ok. You might want to check her the first time, ever couple of hours to make sure she isn't sweating underneath the blankets. That could lead to a whole lot of other problems.
Reply · Report · Kasey A on Mar 26, 2014
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