Cashel Crusader Standard Horse Fly Mask with Ears is designed with a patented three-hole cap, eliminating forelock damage and ensuring a comfortable fit that will stay put. Made with soft coated nylon micro mesh that blocks 70% of the sun's damaging UV rays and provides eye protection. Read More
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Cashel Crusader Standard Fly Mask w/ Ears
Cashel Crusader Standard Fly Mask with ears is designed with a patented three-hole cap, eliminating forelock damage and ensuring a comfortable fit that will stay put, whether your horse is stalled or turned out in the pasture. The Standard Fly Mask is made with soft coated nylon micro mesh that blocks 70% of the sun's damaging UV rays and provides eye protection.
Cashel Crusader Fly Mask Key Benefits:
- protects horses from flies
- covers and protects ears
- patented three-hole cap
- eliminates forelock damage
- comfortable fit
- soft coated nylon micro mesh
- blocks 70% of UV rays
- provides eye protection
- Brand: Cashel, Co.
- Type: Fly Mask w/ Ears
- Color: Gray
"Nice Mask for the price."
I like how the mesh stays away from the horse's eyes due to the dart construction. However, the velcro closure needs improvement.
Just sayin' if Crusader revised the cut of fly masks...bring it under the throat latch, behind the jaw - won't come off As Easy and keep gnats from nesting under the jaw line.
Does what it's supposed to do. My horse lowers his head for me to put this mask on him. He has an allergy to gnats and this mask keeps them away from his ears.
"Awesome fly Mask!"
Easy on and Easy off. Very pleased with this product! Haven't had any problems with my horse getting it off by herself.
"Awesome Fly protection"
Worth it. Lasts long. Fits great. Easy to put on and take off. Washes well. Stays on. Protects. Looks good. Well made. Love how it has a special hole for the forlock to go through so our horses dont have hair in their eyes.
"great coverage, but easy off"
This has good coverage. But they work at getting it off, get it off, and then it is hard to find in pasture. I'm going to try the orange one next.