Kensington Protective Draft Fly Boots

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Protect your draft horse's legs from annoying flies with Kensington Draft Fly Boots. Featuring Stay-Up technology, a unique plastic stay system under the trim keeps the  boots upright and in place on the leg, even when your horse stomps his foot.  Contoured with 3 Velcro straps for a secure fit, and for added comfort the boots are trimmed with plush fleece.  Watch your horse relax in pasture.

Manufactured of US made 1000 x 2000 Denier Textilene® fabric, which is specially formulated to withstand fading, fire, mildew, soiling and wear and tear, even in the most extreme weather conditions. Textilene® is an innovative woven PVC coated polyester fabric that is world renowned for its durability. This mesh keeps harmful UV rays, dirt and grime away keeping your horse cleaner, drier and warmer. Designed to withstand extreme weather conditions, Textilene® fabrics maintain their vibrant color and are mildew resistant. The woven mesh fabric is 78% air permeable and is non-heat transferring making it the perfect choice for summer time cooling and it blocks up to 73% of harmful UV rays.

Sold in pairs.  

Available in 6 stylish plaids.  

Draft size measurements:  16.5" tall, 15.5"-18" around the leg). 

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I have been using these for 10 years with success.

These are durable sheets for active horses in turnout. They stay in place and rarely need repairs. If a horse gets a leg or something caught in a belly strap you want your strap to tear off. This occasionally happens with only one of my horses. In Northern MN we have some viscous flies that don't find fly spray nor good manure clean up much of a deterrent. These sheets are worth your money. They do run a bit large and work for some warm bloods and muscular quarter horses.