The Euro Sheet has several outstanding features! The Euro Sheet is woven (not knitted) with 100% cotton 2 ply yarns for durability and absorbency. This weave allows moisture to be drawn from the horse and at the same time rapidly cooling down the horse. This unique texture also provides insulation in the cool weather. Unlike acrylic and wool blends, this fabric will not pill. Hidden surcingle. Custom colors and monogramming will make this Euro Sheet your favorite show cooler!
Average Customer Rating:
(2 Reviews) 2
Rating breakdown2 reviews
2 of 2(100%)of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Euro Sheet
Review 1 for Euro Sheet
August 13, 2011
fromA very cold state!
I have used this product for:6-12 months
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"I am also using this instead of an irish knit. The water whicking/drying is fantatic. It looks *fancy* and the fit is very nice. It's exactly what I want on a chilly morning after bath/before class or on a warmer day to help dry off sweat. I have washed it in a regular washing machine and it shrunk a tiny bit but still came out looking great. Does not seem to get all weird and stretched out like irish knits. It does pick up shavings but they shake out pretty easily too (much easier than polar fleece!)."
Review 2 for Euro Sheet
Fancy and Functional
December 29, 2009
I have used this product for:1-2 years
Number of Dogs:1
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"I was looking for an alternative to an irish knit anti-sweat sheet. They always seem to shrink in the wash and get stretched out strangely in other places. They also tend to get really heavy when they're the least bit wet. So, I saw this Euro Sheet and decided to give it a try. I am so pleased! First of all, it is custom so I got to pick my barn colors. It embroiders beautifully. It is lighter weight than an irish knit but still does a great job at wicking. Best of all, it is very fancy looking so I've been able to use it at horse shows when it was a little too warm for a wool dress sheet but still chilly enough to need something. It has held up well through 2 years of use both everyday in the barn as well as at horse shows. I believe I have found the perfect alternative to the old irish knit!"