WeatherBeeta Original 1200D Combo Medium – again amazing rug, we have currently have two of these. Although due to her rapid growth Amira has had three, 5’9 to 6’6. The neck straps are velcro with the protective flap cover; they are well fitting and generous in size and keep the horses quite comfortable in the cold winter months. They do not appear to absorb the water when it rains, nor do they get heavy. The durability is amazing; Amira’s rug survived last season without any rips, however, due to her rapid growth, that rug was on sold. The negative, having used the WeatherBeeta Freestyle 1200D Combo Lite and the WeatherBeeta Freestyle 1680D Detach-a-Neck Heavy, is the chest straps on this rug. I find the buckle strap is a little inconvenient. I would love to see this rug with the quick clip front closure, which is quick, convenient, and adjustable. We have just purchased Amira her third WeatherBeeta Original 1200D Combo Medium in 6’6 and this time she got the lovely blue and pink breast cancer rug and with part of the purchase price going to the breast cancer council, how could we resist? The great news is this rug has the quick clip front closure, which is convenient, and adjustable. Although, it is not cold enough for them yet, our horses are still in the WeatherBeeta Freestyle 1200D Combo Lite.

They feature:

  • Warmth 220g polyfill – strength 1200 Denier triple weave / repel sheet for premium strength and durability
  • Waterproof and breathable
  • Cupped shoulder dart / forward positioned gusset for easy movement
  • WeatherBeeta exclusive wither relief pad to help reduce rubbing & pressure in the wither area
  • Chest strap with buckle
  • Adjustable webbing leg straps
  • Freestyle shoulder gussets to allow complete range of movement and reduce rubbing
  • Large tail flap for ultimate protection & freedom

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