Hate giving a not so great review. The masks are fine as per quality but the size is really small. Does not fit my average size faced horses. Fits the small faced perfect.
These are very well made and seem to be efficient. They are heavier material than some, so a bit warm for our Arizona horses, but we're sure they will be fine during cooler seasons. That's where the 5 stars end. We purchased 4, 2 for each of our horses. Our horses have always been able to wear "horse" size fly masks, Farnam and various other brands. The Pro-Force horse size fits my horse very well although the chin strap is hooked as far as it can go without being too snug. On the other hand, we couldn't get my husband's horse's to fit at all, and he is not even close to "draft" size. As I've said...regular "horse" size has always fit him. Rather than pay the cost of shipping to return his 2, I have just sewn an extension of Velcro on those 2. Not my first choice, would rather have a product fit from the get go. So be aware...sizing is off a bit!
I am saving these for next year for a fresh start. The ones I'm using have lasted 10 years plus. These new ones look even sturdier!
Good quality but They seem to run small... I bought horse size but its more like cob size.
I love this brand of fly mask, and it has the best fit for my 14.3h Connemara. Lasts forever, and has a double Velcro latch
Fits well and stays on. Very pleased with the product
We ordered the Full Size Horse (900-1200) and they just barely fit. I would order next size up.
We live in the mountains, fly season can be miserable, we already have 2 Pro Choice fly mask and ordering 2 more.. thank you for making fly season easier for our horses.
I got these because my 3 year old destroys her masks all the time so I don't like to spend a ton of money on them. I was surprised the quality of them. Made nice. I won't feel as bad if she destroys it .
I was more than pleasantly surprised by the excellent quality of this fly mask and the pricing is super. It fits my QH mare perfectly and her fly mask stealing pasture mate has yet to tear it off, hoping it stays that way.