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Durvet DuraMask Equine Fly Mask

4.4 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

Price: $8.22 - $40.92
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  • Comfortable fit with fleece edges
  • Decreased attraction of debris and fleece trim
  • Superior eye dart stitching for enhanced safety
  • Extra reinforcement for durability
  • Double locking fastener hidden under the jaw


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Durvet DuraMask Equine Fly Mask A durable horse fly mask that has excellent quality at an incredible value. Features: Comfortable fit with fleece edges Decreased attraction of debris and fleece trim Superior eye dart stitching for enhanced safety Extra reinforcement for durability Double locking fastener hidden under the jaw Now with a Name Tag 3-Year Warranty Item Specifications: Sizes: Horse (900 lb. - 1200 lb.) X-Large (1200 lb. - 1600 lb.)

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001UYWZ12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,022 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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My elderly horse wears a fly mask 24/7 for extra protection ever since she had a very serious corneal ulcer a few years ago. I've used many types of fly masks and I've found that the Duramask is the best combination of durability, quality and fit. It gives my horse's sensitive eyes extra protection from flies, rubbing, rolling and our bright California sun. I have found that this mask runs a bit small. My Appendix QH who wears a regular horse size in most things needs the extra large Duramask. In that size the fit is better than other masks I've used, and no rubs on her head. I also buy this mask for a pony I ride, and he needs the Arab size because the pony size is too small. A new Durvet mask can last for up to 6 months on my old mare who lives in a barn with daily turnout time, lasts a little shorter time on the pony who is outside 24/7. I have never had the velcro closure break -- usually the thing that makes me replace the mask is that the black binding on the sides comes loose, or the mesh wears out right at the point above the eyes.
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Size: Arabian Verified Purchase
Unfortunately for this vendor, they have combined customer reviews for all mask sizes so I am only rating my 'bad' experience. I also purchased the Extra-Large mask for my fairly fat-headed QH gelding and that one fits him beautifully - I would give THAT size 5 stars, however, they only let you submit one review for all sizes of this product, so I think it's more important to tell folks what they should be aware of. The spacing of the ear opening on the Arab size mask is ridiculously small! I have an arab / walker cross whose head is typically too small for 'Horse' sized masks so, based on the sizing information available for this product, I determined the arab size should have fit. Well, the mask itself fits his face and jaw perfectly but why the manufacturer made the opening distance for the ears this restricted, is beyond me! Perhaps some arabs have an ear set that is this close together but, really, it was needless to make it this small for any average horse. Unusable because of this feature. I will have cut the ear hole another 2" wide on each side, at least, to accomodate my geldings fairly typical ear set. Buyer beware.
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Size: Horse Verified Purchase
Favorite mask i've used so far, its very durable compared to others we have tried. My horse basically lives in one for many reasons. He isn't super hard on his fly masks, but he will rub his head and ruin them occasionally. So far after about 2 months of everyday use, some of the felt lining has rubbed away on the forehead (without compromising the integrity of the mask, yet) and the white fabric used to write your horses name, which is sewn to the velcro attachment has come away very easily, which is disappointing. Otherwise, it's held up nicely. I'll opt for the with ears option nest time though, even though the flies leave his ears alone, I feel bad leaving them naked and unprotected.
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Size: XLarge Verified Purchase
I have tried pretty much every fly mask on the market. My challenge is that I take care of a very large number of every size and type of horse. Most are pastured with playmates. I want them strong enough to withstand other horses tugging them off or chewing them. I want them to stay on well but if the situation calls for it; I would like it to come off if they get hung up on a branch or fence and survive to be worn again. I also need a mask that is a good value and reasonable cost. Its all about utility and safety. After several seasons using these along with other brands, these have proven to be the most durable. They have survived pretty much everything these rambunctious horses have tried in an attempt to destroy them! They have far outlived any other brand. I love them for that reason. Now the bad part. The sizing is difficult to say the least. They run very, very small. The majority of quarter horses and smaller TBs, even larger Arabs all take an X-Large. Most Arabs and large ponies take a Horse size. I have many Warmbloods and large TBs that I wish I could fit. X-large does not fit either of them. The next size up is Draft. The face size seems cut right for large horses But bizarrely when every other size is small for the ears, The ear space for that size is so large, it falls off 17.2h dutch warmbloods with huge heads! I have to cut the mask behind the ears and shorten it up 3-5 inches. So something is amiss with their size models. If you can get the right fit, this is a great mask at an excellent value. I hope that Durvet rethinks their sizing and tells us if they make changes. And that they keep their materials the same (some brands have gotten flimsier) That would make this mask fantastic!
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Size: XLarge Verified Purchase
Great Mask! This is my second order. I ordered them last year and they held up beautifully. I ordered this year to have back ups and got rid of my Super Masks. After over a year of very heavy use only one mask had some fraying at the eye seams. For a full grown over 1000 lb quarter horse you need the XL. The L comfortably fits a horse around 900 lbs.I am very pleased and recommend them to all my friends.
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Size: Horse Verified Purchase
I was in a pinch when I bought this, having needed a couple fly masks when my farm took on two horses unexpectedly. As with most horse owners, we've been through dozens of fly masks from different manufacturers. Typically, cheap fly masks are ruined in weeks if not less (especially if you have mischievous horses like we do). Surprisingly though, when these arrived we were impressed with their quality. The sizes were exactly correct and fit our two Arabians (one is larger, so we got a horse size for him). The ear holes are sized right, and the Velcro is strong. The mesh is high quality, not like cheap masks that look and feel like window screening. A couple months in and these masks are still in pristine conditions, while our others continue to deteriorate. This is definitely one product that proves that not all cheap things are poor quality.
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