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Kentucky Heavy Fleece Blanket Square Navy

Heavy Fleece Square can be used in different ways, without having the disadvantages of a wool blanket.

€119,95 Incl. tax

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  • - Multifunctional: can be used as an under blanket, sweat blanket, transport blanket, or to go to the roadway
    - Quick drying and moisture wicking
    - Hay and straw is easy to brush off
    - Extended neck piece can be folded over
    - Timeless design with wool look (100% polyester wool look)

    Special Features
    The Heavy Fleece Rug Square is a mix of the horse duvet and the Heavy Fleece Rug. The blanket can be used as a sweat blanket, under blanket, transport blanket or folded together as a blanket to go to the roadway. The timeless style and durability of the material make the blanket a lifetime purchase.

    Fabrics & materials
    The heavy fleece material used for the blanket dries quickly and transports sweat and moisture to the surface of the blanket. At the surface, the moisture evaporates very quickly. Even in winter your horse will be dry within 5 minutes. This prevents it from catching a cold. The polyester fabric has a wool look, but not the disadvantages of wool blankets. This way you can easily brush off hay and straw and it is more durable because it is washable without loss of quality.

    Size & Shape
    Due to the large shape (210 x 200), the blanket can be worn in different ways. You can use the extended neck piece for extra protection or fold it over. Because there is less pressure between the blanket and the mane, you don't have to worry about chafing. There are no belly surcingles or chest closures.


    Maintenance Tips
    The Heavy Fleece Blanket Square is washable at 30 degrees. We advise not to use a dryer to counteract pills.

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