The Rhino Plus Vari-Layer Horse Blanket is a flexible horse blanket for all seasons, with more warmth and less weight. The thermobonded fiberfill provides superior and long lasting heat retention for this heavy weight turnout blanket. Read More
Rhino Plus Vari-Layer Horse Blanket, 450g
The Rhino Plus Vari-Layer Turnout is a flexible horse blanket for all seasons, with more warmth and less weight. The Vari-Layer technology of this heavy weight turnout blanket uses additional layers of thermobonded fiberfill across the back and hip for the ultimate in heat retention and comfort, with less weight.
The Rhino fabric is made with a unique barrier technology that has a 1000d polypropylene outer which protects the waterproof and breathable barrier layer underneath. Polypropylene is a stronger alternative to the widely used polyester turnout material. Made with an anti-static, anti-bacterial polyester lining and thermobonded fiberfill. The thermobonded fiberfill provides superior and long lasting heat retention.
Rhino Plus Vari-Layer Blanket Features:
- 1000 denier & 450 grams of polyfill
- heavy weight turnout blanket
- waterproof & breathable
- Surefit Neck design
- V-front closure
- leg arches
- reflective strips
- liner loops
- cross surcingles
- detachable neck rug
- Brand: Rhino
- Type: Heavy Weight Blanket
- Color: Berry/Gray
- Weight: Heavy / 450 gram polyfill
"great warm blanket"
Love this heavy blanket. It's well made with strong fabric, and very thick and warm, esp with the neck piece added. Our 35 yr old mare lost a lot of weight this fall, so we decided she shouldn't waste a single calorie to shivering. We did also find the rhino liner for this blanket for temps near 10-20 degrees. In Dec/Jan she has now put on perhaps 80 lbs, hard to do with winter and an elderly horse. This blanket runs smaller than US blankets because of the shaped butt area. Her usual 69" by measuring tape ended up being swapped for a 72" and fits great. Jeffers customer service was awesome for making the swap. It's waterproof and breathable, and she is not sweating even when the day temps pop up to the 40s.