NEW Product: Draper Equine Therapy® Heavyweight Turnout Blanketdraper_admin
Here at Draper Equine Therapy®, we’re proud to announce the release of our newest product for your horse, the Draper Equine Therapy Heavyweight Turnout Blanket. Designed to provide a temporary increase in local blood flow, as well as aid in thermoregulation in cooler temperatures, the Draper Equine Therapy Heavyweight Turnout Blanket does it all.
The Heavyweight Turnout Blanket features a seamless European pattern, 1000 denier texturized nylon shell, and 4 oz/yard of Primaloft® providing superior coverage and weather protection. Standard features include dual chest buckles, bias surcingles, leg strap D rings (leg straps not included), a tail flap with a Velcro® reinforced chest closure. Combined with Celliant®, a revolutionary “smart fiber”, the blanket encourages not only alleviation of pain and other negative symptoms, but an actual improvement of the body’s natural systems while providing protection from the elements.
The Draper Equine Therapy Heavyweight Turnout Blankets are machine washable and dryer safe, and are available in black with either burgundy or navy trim. Recommended temperature range is 10 degrees to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. The cost for the Blankets are $359.00 USD and can be purchased in the following sizes: 78″, 80″, 82″, 84″. The Heavyweight Turnout Blanket have the following content: Face: 100% Nylon | Fill: Primaloft®| Liner: 85% Celliant®/15% Recycled PET | Base Lining: 100% Nylon.
All Draper Equine Therapy® products are made in the USA, and help keep jobs amongst the American manufacturing sector. The Celliant fabric that makes up the therapeutic component of the Draper Equine Therapy Heavyweight Turnout Blanket is made by Draper Knitting Company, the parent company to Draper Therapies. Draper Knitting has been in operation since 1856 in the textile industry at their Canton, Massachusetts location. Once the Celliant/Recycled PET (think recycled soda/water bottles) fabric is made, it then gets shipped to Saratoga Horseworks in Amsterdam, NY, a three hour driving distance from Draper, where the fabric is placed into a shell of durable materials. The finished blankets then get sent back to Draper Therapies where they face a final inspection and are packaged to be sent out to customers worldwide.