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Keep distractions to a minimum with this quieting ear net.
The sporty style and classic good looks of this ear net allow comfort and airflow without the distraction of crowd noise or traffic to interfere with your ride. The breathable ear pieces are made of neoprene It comes in neutral colors to blend nicely with your horse, and is trimmed with a scalloped edge giving it a polished, finished look. The front piece covers the forelock area without brushing your horse's eyes. You will both ride in peace with this stylish hood.
100% polyester. Ear length is 2.75".
Hand wash warm. Do not tumble dry. Hang to air dry.
I have a chestnut and “his color” is royal blue. Seeing this ear net in his color had me so excited to get him one! While I haven’t put it on him yet, and I do intend to keep and use it, I just thought I’d comment that: — This blue is much more of a navy, almost black, and *not* the deep royal blue pictured.—
This silent ear net has made a tremendous difference when schooling my normally spooky horse..... so much better behaved. Does what it say on the tin
Using for about a year and has held up well. Used on multiple horses and never a fit problem. Stays put. Easy to put on. I like the simple knit. Softer. I too would love more colors. Thanks for a great product!
Arrived as promised and was as described, quality item that does what it says
I absolutely love this ear net! My horse is very spooky and this has really helped when riding him outdoors. Also it fits very nicely and is a great quality. You cannot beat the price!! I want more in other colors!
I ordered two of these ear bonnets and thought they were well made and a great idea (silencing ear portions instead of using ear plugs). I put the bonnet on and because the ear material is so stiff, it was difficult to adjust the crown piece of the bridle in a way that let the portion of the bonnet that was on the poll stay in place. After about five minutes of riding, my horse shook his head (trying to get used to the noise cancelling) and he shook the entire bridle off. Luckily he's a nice horse and just stood still until I could jump off and fix things. This is a great idea, but practically speaking, poor execution. Beware the risk of being bridleless!