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Kensington Euro Protective Fly Sheet

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Product Summary:

Kensington European Cut Textilene Protective Fly Sheet
This revolutionary sheet offers maximum year-round protection.  Textilene is a US made 1000 x 2000 Denier mesh.  It is fly and insect resistant.  This mesh had a 73% UV rating that prevents your horse's coat from bleaching out, and sunburns as well as being 78% permeable, and non-heat transferring to help your horse cool during the warmer months.  It keeps off the dirt and grime keeping your horse cleaner.  The weave naturally grooms your horses' coat reducing your brushing time especially during shedding season.  Designed in the European Cut, it comes with buckles and keepers at the front closure, a lined chest, padded wither for mane protection, detachable elastic leg straps, 2" criss-cross belly straps with snaps and D's, as well as removable tail cover, and removable belly band.
 
Features:
  • European Cut
  • 73% UV rating
  • Front closure with Buckles and Keepers
  • Lined chest
  • Padded Withers
  • Detachable Leg Straps
  • 2" Criss-Cross Belly Straps with Removable Belly Band
  • Removable Tail Cover
 
Item Specifications:
Material:
1000 x 2000 Denier Textilene Mesh 

**IMPORTANT NOTICE: this blanket is cut 1 size larger than US traditional blankets. For best fit buy 1 size smaller than your usual measurements.

Downloadable Resources
Manufacturer InformationKensington Blanket Sizing and Fitting

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These hold up better than any other sheet I've every used. The lifetime guarantee is awesome. They do not rub. They do help clean your horse. And they really work!
Sue R. on Aug 1, 2015
this fly sheet is awesome! i have it for my other horse in the purple color and it's great! wanted it in the blue color for my first horse to match her other stuff
MARISA F on Jul 25, 2014
Best fly sheet ever!!!! Old one finally just plain wore out - don't remember how many years or how many horses have worn it!
Caroline H on Jul 9, 2015
I needed a fly sheet for my narrow pony who is highly allergic to flies. I already purchased another Kensington fly sheet original cut sheet and to was too wide in the chest and slid back too far. I called the company and they suggested I order this cut for her. We shall see if it fits.
Karen M on May 6, 2014
how do you measure your horse for a fly sheet, blanket and all?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2014
Best Answer: I use the advice given from your website. If memory serves, middle of chest around side to middle of top of tail.
Reply · Report · Kate L on Mar 21, 2014
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On Kensington's Website (and on other websites selling this item) it states that the Euro Cut Fly Sheet comes with a detachable belly flap and tail flap. I see that under the summary it lists that this sheet comes with the tail piece but it does not mention the belly flap. Does this sheet come with the belly flap?
A shopper on May 26, 2015
Best Answer: This sheet has criss-cross belly surcingles.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 27, 2015
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How do I measure for these? Can I just go one size smaller than the blankets I have?
A shopper on May 16, 2015
Best Answer: Kensington notes that this blanket is cut 1 size larger than US traditional blankets. For best fit buy 1 size smaller than your usual measurements.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 18, 2015
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