Kensington Cotton Day Sheet

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Product Summary:

Kensington Cotton Day Sheet
 
This lightweight European Cut sheet provides protection against biting flies and harmful UV rays.
 
Features include:
  • Lightweight poly Ripstop outer shell
  • Nylon lined shoulders
  • Twin chest straps
  • Criss-Cross 2" belly straps with snaps and dee's
  • Detachable elastic leg straps
  • Shoulder gusset
  • Tail Piece
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Can this be used as a light sheet for cold fall or spring weather?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2015
Best Answer: This is the best sheet I have EVER purchased. It is perfect during spring and fall weather when its too cold to be naked. Works well for keeping horses clean at shows too. I also it under my heavier blanket when extra warmth is needed at night. The quality is unmatched. You wont be disappointed. Its the only one I will ever buy.
Reply · Report · LISA B on Nov 18, 2015
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Would this be good for winter in a heated Barn?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2015
Best Answer: It depends if the horse is body clipped. If so, it would be good to approximately 60 degrees. If the horse has a winter coat, it would be good to approximately 50 degrees. It also depends on the horse -- mine has her winter coat but she's still always cold!
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Nov 30, 2015
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