Fly veil with ear net made of soft mesh. Fastens with a velcro strap.
Machine-wash on cold water, delicate cycle--put the fly veil in an old nylon stocking to protect it.
Got 2 of these for my horses. They great wonderful product. Very comfortable for the horse, the mesh over the ears allows for lots of air flow. The elastic insert on the throat latch is a great feature. My mare loves to wear hers whil we are riding.Written on by Anonymous
This item was way too big on both of my horses. I will have to add a velcro strip in order to make it fit. They came off in with the first head shake.Written on by Anonymous
I just received a few of these for my horses and I love them! They fit well and I have had no issues with them so far. Nice product!Written on by Antonia
Initially I thought this product would be a good idea, but after finding it had been pulled apart into about 100 pieces across the field I changed my mind. I do not think this product is strong enough to last the summer! My horse is generally quite chilled out and doesn't run about like a wally so I can't image it would last more than a day wit a horse like that!Written on by Anonymous
Use when out hacking. Good product. Pony size fits my horse who wears a full bridle, so large sizing.Written on by Hugo
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