Fleece Velvet Bandages Kentucky
Fleece Velvet Bandages Kentucky
Fleece Velvet Bandages Kentucky
Fleece Velvet Bandages Kentucky

Fleece Velvet Bandages Kentucky

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Fleece Bandages

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    The 280g/m2 velour fleece bandages have a strong Velcro closure and are designed with a high quality fleece to prevent caking. These bandages support the tendons during work. The fleece bandages are sold in a set of 4 and come in a zippered case for easy transport. They can be machine-washed at 30°, without a tumble-dryer.

    - 280 g/m²
    - Anti-pilling
    - Strong Velcro closure
    - Supporting the tendons
    - 325 cm x 12 cm

    Fleece Lining
    1 Item

    Kentucky Horsewear manufactures products for horses and dogs, its philosophy is maximum comfort, protection and well-being. It was founded in 2011 and became known for its protectors for horses, high quality products aimed at the protection and comfort of horses' limbs during training and competitions.

    In 2017 they brought out their line of clothing and accessories for dogs, their Dogwear collection, with the same philosophy as with the clothing and accessories for horses, comfort, protection and well-being.

    Kentucky Horsewear is an animal-friendly company. The materials they use in the manufacture of their products are not of animal origin, they use artificial leather, artificial sheepskin and artificial rabbit fur. Materials with higher quality and durability.

    You can now buy Kentucky Horsewear brand items in our online and physical shop Tuxe Life, in A Coruña (Galicia).

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