The Premier Equine standard neck Rug Liners are perfect for increasing the warmth of your horse rug.
They can be attached inside any Premier Equine Turnout/Stable rug featuring a detachable neck cover (except the ‘Lucanta’). Easily fitted, attached using two Velcro tabs either side of the wither and two clips at the rear. Once attached to the rug our liners are secure and will not slip.
Rug Liner Key features…
• Available in 50g, 100g, 200g and 350g weights
• Thermo bonded filling
• Crafted from antibacterial and anti-static breathable polyester
• Channel quilted monogram design on fabric outer and lining
• Attachments compatible with all Premier Equine Turnout/Stable rugs that have a detachable neck cover option (Except the ‘Lucanta’)
• Highly breathable
• Double front fastenings
• Easy to attach to outer rug
• Stainless steel hardware
• Fleece lined wither pad
• Designed to contour over the wither and rump area
• Machine washable (30°), dry naturally
It is recommended to increase the weight of your liners in sync with the change in temperatures based on your horse’s personal needs. Keeping your horse warm and comfortable in cooler weather can help maintain their condition.
50g Rug Liner –
The 50g lightweight rug liner is an ideal layer to add in to your Premier Equine rug. It is recommended to use this liner to give your horse added warmth as the weather temperature starts to drop cooler and fresher.
100g Rug Liner –
The 100g lightweight rug liner is an ideal layer to add in to your Premier Equine rug. It is recommended to use this liner to give your horse added warmth as cooler conditions begin to take hold.
200g Rug Liner –
The 200g medium weight rug liner is a popular choice among people who require a significant increase in the warmth of their horse’s rug. Great for use during cold/bitter Spring, Autumnal and Winter periods.
350g Rug Liner –
A 350g heavyweight rug liner will provide optimum warmth and comfort for your horse. An ideal liner for horses that feel the cold, are clipped out and are prone to loosing condition due to very cold weather conditions.