Premier Equine International rugs - alternatives of the same standard

ss1

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Am I imagining things or have PEI rugs really gone up in price? I bought a medium turnout a few years ago and paid about £60 for it including neck cover, just looked and now they're nearer £90.

I like PEI rugs because the necks don't slip, bought a masta with integrated neck earlier this year and it constantly slipped back to horses withers. So can anyone recommend a cheaper alternative to the PEI rugs with neck covers that stay put, I've been looking at the Weatherbeeta Combos but have no experience of them.

Thanks everyone, horse is a 16.1 3/4 TB mare who takes a 6ft 3 rug so pretty standard fitting and size, shouldn't be too tricky surely...
 

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I don't think they are expensive at all - brilliant value for money actually.

As I said in a post yesterday - I challenge anyone to produce a rug of this quality, for this money by another make.
 

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I think there combo rug the one at the top of the PEI rug page, seems really good value. You get 3 rugs in some ways
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I have got a Mark Todd turnout, never slips back, i really like it.
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What about Old Diary Saddlery? I usually buy my rugs off their website and they are ideal for my RID mare
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Good quality and resonably priced, plus staff are very helpful and service is excellent.
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