Heavyweight Hair Nets

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Heavyweight Hair Nets
 
Heavyweight nylon hair nets are perfect for holding thicker hair securely. Comes in 2-pack. Made in England.

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works well
it is a little big for youth size head but it works well at keeping hair in place and neat under the helmet
September 4, 2016
Good hairnet
Recently i had to purchase a few of these hair nets for upcoming competitions since I am involved in a college equestrian team and they are very comfortable as far as hairnets go. I like to get my hair ready way in advance and i didn't find myself itching my head all the time like i typically do with other hair nets. The dark brown was also a great match for my hair I am very pleased.
October 16, 2013
Really nice hairnets!
I have a huge mass of thick hair, and these accommodated it perfectly! They are full head, but I prefer that much more over the smaller ones. They are much more traditional than small hairnets as well. Usually my hair looks awful after the end of the show day, but by the time i got back to the barn, it still looked great, no flyaways or anything! After a full day in it my head did get itchy, but that was to be expected. I'm ordering a second pair, I liked them so much. Only problem is they do fray but so does every hairnet I've ever used. Get these!
April 24, 2012
Great!!
I was in my first show the other day and these are awesome! they kept my hair up and I didn't have to mess around with it at all!
June 20, 2011
Hair Nets
Last year was the first time that i ever did horse shows and my cousin told me to get these. They are full head, but that helps when you try to put your hair in your helmet. They do fray so you have to be careful with them. My cousin taught me to use two of them to hold your hair up even better.
February 20, 2011
They are HUGE
I bought a few of these to use for Wester/English pleasure shows. I open them up, and dicover they are FULL HEAD. I was expecting just small ponytail size. Also they aren't as durable as it claims. They frayed a little--before I actually used them. But I suppose they will work.
June 18, 2010
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cheap and easy and necessary for long hair
Nancy M on Jul 9, 2014
Im cheap and this is my first time using/buying a hair net and i really need one cause if i don't it looks like i have dread-locks coming out of my helmet. no-one wants that at a show.
E L on May 10, 2014
cheap and easy and necessary for long hair
Nancy M on Jul 9, 2014
needed something to hold back hair when in show ring
linda h on Jul 9, 2014
Im cheap and this is my first time using/buying a hair net and i really need one cause if i don't it looks like i have dread-locks coming out of my helmet. no-one wants that at a show.
E L on May 10, 2014
needed something to hold back hair when in show ring
linda h on Jul 9, 2014
Are these the kind of hair nets where your hair is like in a blob at the base of your neck or can you not see your hair at all while your helmet's on?
Emily S on Oct 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: They are, depending on how you use them. If your hair isn't to thick you can flip it up into your helmet and put the hairnet over and it works really well. My friend does that and it these are fine for her but my hair is way to thick to put it in my helmet so I have to use the blob method unfortunately. They are also not as "heavyweight" as the packaging might lead you to think. Hope this helped!