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Ultraflex® Faceless 3/4 Zip Slicker Hood

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Ultraflex® Faceless 3/4 Zip Slicker Hood
Faceless Lycra Slicker
Faceless Lycra Slicker
Made from our signature 8 oz. 4-way stretch lycra. There are no ears to rub, no eyes to rub, and no seams to rub! This faceless slicker can be used as a light summer neck and shoulder cover to keep braids and bands neat before a show, helps lay the mane down and best of all, the no face design stays in place!
Key Benefits
Securely Stays in Place
Securely Stays in Place
2" wide flat band of elastic is encased with the 4-way stretch lycra, with hook and loop closure allowing you to adjust your throat latch size. Note: you should be able to fit 2 fingers under the throat after it is adjusted. Added length to the neck ensure the neck stays in place.
3/4 Zipper Closure with Web Lining
3/4 Zipper Closure with Web Lining
A heavy YKK zipper runs from the base of the neck to the chin. A soft 5/8" wide web flap is sewn to the inside and outside of the zipper keeping hair from getting stuck, and protecting your horse from rubs. The chest of the slicker is sewn closed reducing the possibility that these zippers can break.
No Snag Hook and Loop Girth Closure
No Snag Hook and Loop Girth Closure
2" wide elastic girth strap is wrapped in lycra keeping it smooth against the horse with hook and loop closure ends. It has ample adjustability to fit any horse's girth size. Nylon hook and loop closure reduces snagging of the lycra material.
Fasten all closures before laundering. Wash in cool water with Schneiders Blanket Wash and line dry.
Size Blanket Size
X-Small 55-62
Small 64-68
Medium 68-74
Large 76-80
X-Large 80-86

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