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Caribu 20oz Cotton Canvas Wool Lined Horse Rug

Caribu 20oz Cotton Canvas Wool Lined Horse Rug
100% Cotton Canvas Great Fit Mocha Colour Tent Tail Flaps Kersey Wool Blanket Lining 100% Cotton Canvas Dual Chest Straps Kersey Wool Blanket Hood D Ring on Rear Surcingle Quality Fittings Removable Leg Straps
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The Caribu 570gsm (20oz) Canvas horse rug features built in ripstop and a standard half height Wool blend internal blanket lining.

Ideal to keep your horse snug and warm in the coolest of weather. Unlike, others our canvas horse rugs are made from 100% Cotton to provide good breathability & strength (Many manufactures have switched to polyester canvas to save costs).

Featuring a kersey wool lining, gussets at the shoulders for freedom of movement, double chest fittings, rump darts, adjustable/removable leg straps and double cross over surcingles - these are one of the best canvas rugs available.

You will also notice that we use a generous drop compared to our competitors. We specifically manufacture the fabric in wider rolls - which allows us to deliver generous drops even in the bigger sizes (as an example size 6'0 has a generous 106cm drop up to 7’0 with a 115cm drop.). Our Canvas rugs feature the same drop that we use on our synthetic turnouts, to insure that any under rugs are protected from the weather.

Caribu Canvas Horse Rugs feature:

• 570Gsm Canvas (20oz) 100% Cotton Canvas
• Immersion Proofed
• Shoulder Gussets for freedom of movement
• Dual Tone Polypropylene Trim .
• Rump darts
• Adjustable/removable leg straps
• Belly Surcingles
• Dual Chest Buckles
• Anti Rub Shoulder Lining
• Anti Rub Lined Tail Flap
• Half Height 300gsm Wool blend blanket lining in body and neck areas.

We use a high quality wool lining, not cheap synthetic felts. Our linings don't need to be as thick as a felt lining to give the same insulation, our linings are thinner and lighter. Once your canvas becomes water logged, a felt lining will draw the the moisture through the canvas like a sponge. A wool lining will hold the moisture at bay much longer.

Available Colours: Green

Our canvas is proofed via an immersion treatment. (not wax coated) and generally delivers improved performance compared to the wax coated canvas. We quote our canvas rugs as being Showerproof. In our mind to call a rug waterproof, it has to be able to withstand extended or heavy wet weather and still keep your horses dry. (something our synthetic rugs and combos do very well) Any Canvas slowly absorbs the water over time, getting heavier, until it breaches the underside of the canvas. Water will also enter via stitching seams, over time this reduces as the stitching threads will expand and general grit will tend to seal the stitching along seams, however there is always risk of water entry, especially in initial use. We see many retailers advertising their wax coated rugs as 100% waterproof - which is misleading. Likewise a heavier canvas rug will provide better longer term waterproofing: ie: a 20oz canvas will outperform a 16oz canvas. .

Read more detailed information on Canvas Waterproofing here.

Please refer to our Rug Sizing Guide for a guide to sizing your horse .

100% Cotton Canvas Great Fit Mocha Colour Tent Tail Flaps Kersey Wool Blanket Lining 100% Cotton Canvas Dual Chest Straps Kersey Wool Blanket Hood D Ring on Rear Surcingle Quality Fittings Removable Leg Straps

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  • Reviewer: Brenda Watts
    These rugs are perfect for spring, autumn & cool summer nights (I switch to Caribu's synthetic for winter), they fit & wear very well, dont shrink or lose shape, are not weighty & no rub marks, love em.
  • Reviewer: Cheryl Williams
    Love this Canvas, performs well in the wet and less than half the price of other rugs that I have used - and those ones didn't keep the rain out! Well done
  • Reviewer: Catherine Leitch
    I want a 6'9' in this rug can I get one
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  • Reviewer: Laurie Mackenzie
    I have had a caribu rug for over 5 years - one of the best value for money I have every purchased. Great rug, fits well, no rub marks. No comparison to other rugs that I have bought since and no longer in use, I'm sticking with Caribu for all my rugs from now on. Thank you for a great product and fantastic value.
  • Reviewer: Rebecca Russell
    Stunning rug - fits well and looks great. Any chance of a matching neck rug for the brown canvas?
  • Reviewer: Olga Szymiczek
    Would these rugs fit a quarter horse around the neck?
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Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Posted: Friday, March 3, 2017 | Views: 19455
Comments: 4

Learning to read your horse for signs of discomfort is an easy skill to learn when rugging horses.

Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Posted: Monday, January 2, 2017 | Views: 9390
Comments: 2

We get asked this question often. You will be surprised how early in the season you need to start. The reduction in the length of day light hours is a trigger for your horse to grow his Winter Coat

Preventing Static with Horse Rugs
Preventing Static with Horse Rugs
Posted: Monday, January 4, 2016 | Views: 7615
Comments: 8

You and your horse will have more encounters with static electricity on dry days than on humid days. Choosing the right horse rugs, and adopting the right personal habits can help reduce your and your horse's problems with static electricity.

Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?
Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?
Posted: Monday, August 24, 2015 | Views: 8683
Comments: 2

A guide on what you can do to minimise rug damage and insure you get the longest life from your horse rugs.

Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?...
Posted: Friday, March 3, 2017 | Views: 19455
Comments: 4

Learning to read your horse for signs of discomfort is an easy skill to learn when rugging horses.

Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?...
Posted: Monday, January 2, 2017 | Views: 9390
Comments: 2

We get asked this question often. You will be surprised how early in the season you need to start. The reduction in the length of day light hours is a trigger for your horse to grow his Winter Coat

Preventing Static with Horse Rugs
Preventing Static with Horse Rugs...
Posted: Monday, January 4, 2016 | Views: 7615
Comments: 8

You and your horse will have more encounters with static electricity on dry days than on humid days. Choosing the right horse rugs, and adopting the right personal habits can help reduce your and your horse's problems with static electricity.

Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?
Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?...
Posted: Monday, August 24, 2015 | Views: 8683
Comments: 2

A guide on what you can do to minimise rug damage and insure you get the longest life from your horse rugs.