Very robust and extremely waterproof as well as breathable turnout rug (5000 mm WP, breathability 3000 g/m2/24h) made of 1,200 Denier Ripstop material with particularly warming 350 g filling. The many details such as the reflective piping running all the way round and the additional reflective strips in the chest area, on the hindquarters and on the tail flap ensure good visibility at all times of the day and a plus in safety. Double, adjustable T-hook front fastening with additional Velcro and adjustable cross surcingles. Smooth, coat-friendly inner lining. Incl. fixture for optional attachment of leg straps. Adjustable tail strap and tail flap. 100% polyester.
Denier is a unit of measurement. It is the ratio of mass or weight to length. Denier is the unit for the thickness of the thread or yarn, which is used in the production of fabrics. Fabrics with a higher denier (DEN) count tend to be thicker and more durable.
Face materials are considered waterproof from a waterproofness of 1,300 mm/m2/24 h. A waterproofness of 3,000 mm/m2, for example, means that a cylinder filled with water can be filled to a height of 3,000 mm at 60 mbar/min before water penetrates the fabric. Apart from the water column, the coating and the waterproof processing of the seams are decisive factors - these should be laminated/taped or welded.
Breathability refers to the ability of a chemical or natural fibre to allow the body's own water vapour to escape. Breathable textiles allow quick drying already during use and thus prevent both heat accumulation of the body under the textile and cooling down due to accumulated moisture. Breathability of 3000 g/sqm/24h means that at least 3000 g/sqm of water vapour can be transported away through the textile fabric within 24 hours.
Filling of the rugs in grams.
Taped or welded seams prevent water from penetrating through the seams of the horse rug. This is particularly important for field kept horses as well as during heavy rainfall to ensure that the horse is well protected against moisture penetration.
Ripstop fabrics are fabrics in which thicker threads are woven in at intervals of 5 to 8 millimetres, resulting in increased tear resistance. If the material tears at one point, the ripstop property ensures that the material only tears up to the next thicker thread. Ripstop fabrics can be clearly recognised by their typical crosshatched threads structure
for Regular Neck Turnout Rug Paddock Reflective, 350 g
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