Weatherbeeta ComFiTec Dynamic Standard Foal Med

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Product Summary:

WeatherBeeta ComFiTec Plus Dynamic Standard Neck Foal Turnout Blanket Medium

Superior WeatherBeeta protection, created just for foals! With a waterproof and breathable 1200 Denier ripstop polyester outershell to help control and limit tears, this mediumweight blanket has 220 grams of polyfill, making it suitable for colder weather. The 210 Denier Oxford polyester liner helps to keep your horse's coat clean and shiny.


  • Waterproof and breathable
  • 210D Oxford polyester lining
  • Single adjustable chest buckle
  • Low cross surcingles
  • Polypropylene loops for optional leg strap attachment (leg straps sold separately)
Item Specifications:

Hunter with Navy Trim

1200 Denier RipStop Polyester

220 gram


Style Item Number Model Number UPC
39 Hunter/Navy E016759 39 HNT 802290 9329028018516
42 Hunter/Navy E016759 42 HNT 802291 9329028018523
45 Hunter/Navy E016759 45 HNT 802292 9329028018547
48 Hunter/Navy E016759 48 HNT 802293 9329028018554
51 Hunter/Navy E016759 51 HNT 802294 9329028018561
36 Hunter/Navy E016759 36 HNT 802670 9329028022278

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how do i know what size i need?
Carol S on Nov 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Stand your horse as square as possible. Measure from the center of the chest along the side of the body to the point of the horse's hindquarters 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.
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