Horze Avalanche Snaffle Bit 1200 Denier High Neck Heavy Weight Turnout - 300 grams Fill - Brown
Unique Trendy Snaffle Bit Print!
Wrap your horse in complete comfort with this heavyweight turnout blanket. Designed for horses who enjoy days and nights outside in the crisp winter weather, the Horze Avalanche Heavyweight Winter Blanket - 300g is thick enough to maintain their optimal body heat. You will have peace of mind knowing how your horse is enjoying the winter when you slip your hand under this blanket and feel his body warm and dry. This blanket creates a layer of insulation to trap body heat so your horse can enjoy the outdoor turnout he craves. Designed with a polyester ripstop outer shell, high-neck, extensive shoulder gussets, T-buckle front closures with hook and loop closure overlay, and double cross surcingles for an adjustable fit.
Mustang Brown snaffle bit print.
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- Waterproof and breathable.
- 150 grams fill.
- 1200 ripstop outer shell.
- High heck.
- Double front T-buckle closure.
- Shoulder gussets.
- Low cross surcingles.
- Adjustable detachable leg straps.
- Large tail flap.
- Snaffle bit print.
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.
We ship worldwide from our warehouse located in Harrington, Delaware. We ship via UPS or the United States Postal Service whenever possible. Shipment time varies from 1-7 business days, depending on your proximity to Delaware.
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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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