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Air Mesh Fly Bonnet MK2

Air Mesh Fly Bonnet MK2
New Design 2017 New Design 2017 Superior Mesh High Air Flow. Nose Padding Fly Mesh Bonnet Removable Ears
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Caribu Fly & Insect Air Mesh Fly Bonnet

NEW DESIGN

Our mesh fly bonnets are made from a very soft & durable 410gsm fly mesh (same as we use in our 410gsm mesh horse rugs). The soft mesh is a lot more flexible and comfortable compared to stiffer mesh fly masks. Our design moulds to the shape and contours of your horses head very closely.

These Fly masks offer a great alternative to using a hooded horse rug for ear protection. The unique single locking neck velcro tabs allow for lots of adjustment to ensure you get a good fit.

Don't like Enclosed Ears? With this design the ears are attached & bound in such a way that if you prefer to use the hood permanently without ears - they can be cut off down low and the ear hole will still remain bound and prevent fraying.

Caribu Fly & Insect Mesh Fly Bonnets offer:-

• Soft, durable mesh with high airflow
• Unique bubble mesh eye spheres with adequate space between the mask and your horses eyes to ensure there is no interferences
• Extended length to the rear of the hood to keep insects out.
• 1 x Single locking velcro fasteners
• Great fly and insect protection
• Unique completely enclosed ears, (which can be permanently removed)
• Soft fleece muzzle padding to prevent rubbing
• Nose Flap to assist in protecting the muzzle from sunburn and insects
• Neck loops, should you wish to use elastics or similar to fasten to a neck combo
• Fully machine washable

Available Colours: Blue - as shown

Suggested Sizing: Please use the following as a guide only (horses heads can vary so much in shape). There is generally overlap in sizing as the fly masks do have a lot of adjustment.

X Small Pony - 4'3 to 5'0 (No longer available)
Pony/Small - 5'3 to 5'6
Cob/Medium - 5'6 to 6'0
Full/Large - 6'3 to 6'9

Our Full size bonnets are generally not big enough for horses 17hh and over or for builds that have very large heads like Clydesdales etc.

*Horses are unpredictable animals and there is always a risk of a horse dislodging a fly mask from scratching, snagging or other mischief and then panicking if their vision is effected. When using fly masks and bonnets on horses you need to consider the horses temperament, location to other horses, environment and their overall suitability for wearing hoods. We recommend only using fly masks in safe environments where the horse can be regularly supervised at all times. Please read our detailed user guide on using hoods and masks, things you need to consider, as well as information on correct adjustment of poll straps on this link

New Design 2017 New Design 2017 Superior Mesh High Air Flow. Nose Padding Fly Mesh Bonnet Removable Ears

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  • Reviewer: Samantha M
    Good fit, I like they way they wrap in behind the ears. Mesh doesn't stay wet and humid after rain - very important for my itchy horses!! True to size.
  • Reviewer: Anne
    Very impressed with these bonnets. They stay where they are put, despite a certain boy's best efforts to remove it. Both horses, neither of whom like having their ears mucked around with, accept these being put on without any issues.
    They are a large fit - a Cob fits a 15.2 TB who is in a 6'3" rug, and the Pony fits a 14.2 bloke in a 5'9" rug.
    Very impressed with Caribu's exchange of the ordered Full and Cob for a Cob and Pony.
  • Reviewer: Tina Swift
    I liked this product. My horse hated the ears which I easily removed. It never came off which was great.
  • Reviewer: Tamara Birrell
    A fantastic product unlike any other I have found! This bonnet is the only fly mask/bonnet that my horse cannot/won't take off and the great thing is that if it does slide out of position (if he was to get really intense with trying to remove it) the mesh allows him to see freely anyway. A safe, effective products that really lasts. I've had mine for years now and it is still in good condition!
  • Reviewer: Susan T
    I have used these fly masks for a few years now they are excellent fitting and stay clear of my horses eyes. I preferred the mask without the poll strap and remove it. A great product and long lasting.
  • Reviewer: Nay
    So far I love this fly mask!
    The eye mesh is very durable and it is a great fit.
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Horse owners need to recognize that their horses must be introduced to horse rugging carefully. You can help your horse become more comfortable with wearing horse rugs by putting the horse rug on carefully and gradually the first time.

Horse Rug Colours and Insects
Horse Rug Colours and Insects...
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017 | Views: 9016
Comments: 2

Some horses get more attention from insects due to their colouration, and some horse rug colours are more likely to attract insects than others. 

Dealing with Itchy Horses?
Dealing with Itchy Horses?...
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Views: 23821
Comments: 12

What causes Queensland itch and what can I do to manage It? The usual cause of Queensland Itch is a hypersensitivity to the bites of sand flies (midges) of the species Culicoides. 

Extra options to protect your horse from fly's & insects
Extra options to protect your horse from fly's & insects...
Posted: Friday, August 11, 2017 | Views: 2444
Comments: 0

Add to your arsenal of fly and insect protection for your horse with some of these ideas...

Helping Young Horses Adjust to Horse Rugs
Helping Young Horses Adjust to Horse Rugs...
Posted: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 | Views: 5012
Comments: 1

Horse owners need to recognize that their horses must be introduced to horse rugging carefully. You can help your horse become more comfortable with wearing horse rugs by putting the horse rug on carefully and gradually the first time.