Derby House Elite Pony Combo Neck EZ Clip Channel Quilt Blanket Liner - 200 grams fill
Breathable Warm Blanket Liner!
This liner can be used alongside any waterproof turnout blanket when the weather drops, preventing you from needing to buy multiple blankets each season, saving you money and space in the tack room. The Elite liner has 200g of breathable fill and is a useful addition to any turnout blanket when the weather becomes cooler. It is easily attached to the outer blanket by snapping the trigger clips to both rear leg D Rings to keep the liner in place and make blanketing a breeze. The cut of the 210 denier liner is neat, meaning it comfortably fits underneath the turnout blanket without excess bulk. The shoulder gusset allows for freedom of movement and the chest fastens securely with Velcro tabs for minimal bulk.
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- Breathable channel quilting.
- Integrated combo neck.
- 200 grams polyfil.
- Double touch tape neck.
- 210 denier liner.
- Double front touch tape.
- Shoulder gussets.
- Touch tape at withers to attach to top blanket/sheet.
- Trigger clips in rear to attach to Top blanket/sheet.
Measuring For a Horse
Have your horse stand still (if possible!) on flat, level ground.
Measure from the center of your horse's chest
around the shoulder at the widest part, to the center of the tail. This measurement is easiest to obtain with a soft fabric measuring
This measurement - in inches - is your blanket size.
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Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For the complete list of chemicals covered by this the statute, please visit California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment at: https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/proposition-65-list.
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