5 of the Best Heavyweight Turnout Rugs Winter 2019

5 of the best heavyweight turnout rugs for winter 2019

We've put together five of the best heavyweight turnout rugs for winter 2019. Based on technology, safety, quality and value for money, we think you’ll agree your horse will be warm and dry during the coldest months of the year with any one of these great winter turnout rugs.


Weatherbeeta ComFiTec Plus Dynamic Heavyweight Detach-A-Neck Turnout Rug

1200 denier triple outer weave shell. Memory foam wither protection pad,
reflective strips, shoulder gussets and large tail flap.
Horseware Rambo Supreme 450g Turnout Rug with Vari-Layer
450 gram filling. 1000 denier ballistic nylon. 
Vari-layer® thermobonded fibrefill to gain maximum heat retention without the heaviness of a standard fill. More warmth with less weight.
Weatherbeeta ComFiTec Ultra Tough Heavyweight 360g Detachable Neck Turnout Rug

360 gram filling. 1680 denier Ballistic Nylon outer shell with a tough teflon coating. New Cozi Guard extended neck cover. Memory foam wither pad. 

300 gram filling. 1200 denier ripstop outer shell fabric. Adjustable buckle chest straps and cross surcingles. 
Shires Tempest Original Heavyweight 300g Standard Turnout Rug 
 300 gram filling. 600 denier ripstop outer shell fabric. Chest straps and adjustable cross surcingles. 

Visit our heavyweight turnout collection of rugs to find the most suitable one for your horse. And don't forget, we offer free & fast UK delivery on all orders at EQUUS, regardless of how much you spend.

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Kim Horton

Co-Founder of EQUUS and a keen equestrian, when Kim's not at her desk she's with her horse, Waldo.


  • Susan Mcdonald posted on December 17 2018 at 04:12 PM

    I’m finding your site is amazing and great variety,x

  • Ellie Jarvis posted on January 30 2019 at 10:01 PM

    Hiya, we have an Irish cob 7 year old mare, what weight rugs should we be putting on her at night and during the day when she’s out in the field please. Our first horse well it’s my daughter’s. Thank you

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