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Kool Coat Airstream Detach-A-Neck UV Fly Sheet

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Product Summary:

Kool Coat Airstream Detach-A-Neck Fly Sheet

Keep your horse cool in hot temperatures and help keep pests away with this fly sheet. 270 gram lightweight polyester outer helps protect your horse from the sun's harmful UV rays and bleaching from the sun. Mesh panels aid in cooling in the hot summer temperatures. Kool Coat offers great freedom of movement with the traditional shoulder gussets and adjustable leg straps. Easy open and close with the twin chest straps.


  • Protects horse coat from bleaching
  • Breathable Mesh panels
  • Traditional shoulder gusset
  • Hidden belly surcingle
  • Single Chest Buckle Strap
  • Adjustable web leg straps
  • Tail flap
  • Good for horses with sun allergies

Item Specifications:

White with Navy 
Polyester Mesh


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Bought it for a friend since I was placing an order. The current one she has is shot after using it on two different horses over at least 5 years. I think that it is still semi usable after this much abuse says a lot about it's durability (it is ripped up pretty bad-but seriously-two horses and 5 seasons- that's durable!). We do get heat but not the humidity here in Southern California so this sheet generally isn't too hot.
Lynn D on Apr 6, 2017
cost and detachable neck
Jane G on Aug 9, 2016
Margaret W on Dec 1, 2016
Because I have previously used it and liked it, I just purchased three Lite Combo style Kool Coats and am returning two of them, I do not like that style it immediately rubbed the hair off my horses shoulders.
Candace P on Jul 5, 2016
fleece at withers?
Diane M on Jun 26, 2015
Best Answer: Yes. Also, because it's white, dark horses are much more comfortable if they're in the sun. You can feel the difference in the heat coming off their back.
Reply · Report · Ingrid L on Jun 27, 2015
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What percentage of UV rays does this sheet block?
A shopper on Mar 8, 2016
Best Answer: I am trying to recall this question but I seem to remember it may be around 80%. These sheets work really well unless it gets 90 degrees or higher then they get hot on the horse. I like them with temps under 90 and I think they do a good job or keeping flies/bugs off your horse also. I have yet to find anything that has 100% UV protection. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Lynn E on Mar 10, 2016
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do horses over heat in this?
Scotlynn H on Jul 24, 2014
Best Answer: I live in Homosassa, Fl. I have 5 horses wearing Kool Coat. We have had a very hot, muggy, buggie summer. This is the first sheet that I have found (at last!) that keeps my horses comfortable withouut sweating. The open lower half of the blanket makes a huge difference. The belly band is under instead of outside the blanket but it works fine keeping the blanket in place without pulling it cloose to the body to increase heating. My horses wear them 24/7 except when working. They are pastured with free acess to their stalls and the blanket has proven to be very durable. I made a mistake and hitched the top closure at the base of the neck to the halter. One horse rubbed the halter off, catching her foof in it and ripped the neck portion. Not a smart idea.I highly recommend this blanket.
Gerry Auermann
Reply · Report · Gerry A on Jul 24, 2014
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Does this sheet come with sheepskin on the withers?
Payton D on Jul 24, 2014
Best Answer: I am currently using this product and just ordered a new one for the remainder of this summer. It is 100% man made materials. I personally do not see any advantage to sheep skin on the withers. My horse has appeared to be very comfortable, and he uses it everyday.
Reply · Report · Mark D on Jul 24, 2014
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My gelding is broad through the shoulder; wears a 78 in rambo, 81 in weathabeeta. What size should I get in the Kool Coat Airstream?
Shelley S on Sep 23, 2014
Best Answer: I have a 16 1 quarter horse. He fits an 81 in pretty much everything. He needs butt space. The 81 kool coat. Fits him nice. He lives in it all year. I actually have 4 of them. They wash beautifully, come out like new !!!! My girl friends horse is also 16 1. Irish sport horse. And he has a 78. I prefer the roomier fit of the 81. He has never had rub marks in two years.
I also suggest to not cross the back leg straps. If u put to same side the blanket after roller adjusts perfectly :)
Hope the help. The kool coat is my must have !! From Palm Springs to vancouver :).
Reply · Report · Barb A on Sep 23, 2014
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how do you know what size??
booboo on Aug 6, 2014
Best Answer: you measure your horse from middle of chest to middle of tail. what that measures is the size you need. the neck piece should have a chart to correspond with the sheet size.
Reply · Report · Amy G on Aug 7, 2014
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how to measure for horse blankets?
Bryn B on Jun 23, 2015
Best Answer: Stand your horse as square as possible. Measure from the center of the chest around 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 Jun 24, 2015
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