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  • Looking for a terry cloth cooler

    I need to replace a friend's terry cloth cooler that got shredded in the washer. She got hers in Europe so I am hoping to find one here! The brand is Eskadron, she got it a long time ago though. She doesn't care about the brand, but she really wants a terry cloth one. Anyone seen these before?

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    I think that Blue Ribbon may make them.
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    • #3
      Blue Ribbon definitely makes one. SmartPak sells all the Blue Ribbon stuff, and if you don't see it listed on their website, you can definitely do it as a special order if you call them.

      ETA: They do have it on their website here:
      http://www.SmartPakEquine.com/Produc...ctclassid=6503

      However, if you don't like the options of the "stock" one (like a closed front), you can still get a custom one however you want it special ordered. Just call them and they can set it up for you.
      friend of bar.ka

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        The Blue Ribbons are nice but Wow$$$$!! Anyone know of a terry cloth one that is under $100?

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          Katrina at the Clothes Horse will make just about anything custom.

          I have been planning to ask her if she can do a terry cooler--I have one that I no longer put in the dryer because of it's age. It's also from Europe, can't recall the brand. It has a little stretch to it. It's not as long as the one on the link above, and it's a little more fitted, which I like.
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          • #6
            These are less expensive, and come in a closed and open front flavor.

            http://www.culturedcowboy.com/etsadd...heetswraps.htm

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            • #7
              Greenhawk has a terry cloth cooler but they're one size fits all. I think they're around $70 cdn.

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              • #8
                I have one made by Practical Choice, which I believe is a brand no longer marketed. It is double ply, with front buckle closures and criss-cross surcingles. I love it! Hubby bought it for me about 10 years ago. I don't know if any other company took over Practical Choice, but if so, maybe they can still be found under another name. I recall it did cost about $100 back then, so it would likely have a considerably higher cost now. I only use it occasionally, as I know it will be difficult to replace.
                Cindy

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                  Originally posted by shantihorse View Post
                  I need to replace a friend's terry cloth cooler that got shredded in the washer. She got hers in Europe so I am hoping to find one here! The brand is Eskadron, she got it a long time ago though. She doesn't care about the brand, but she really wants a terry cloth one. Anyone seen these before?
                  You have a PM I think with info on a sky blue w/ dark blue trim

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                    Originally posted by shantihorse View Post
                    The Blue Ribbons are nice but Wow$$$$!! Anyone know of a terry cloth one that is under $100?
                    If the one you accidentally shredded was Eskadron, I'm sure it wasn't cheap.

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                      Originally posted by BAC View Post
                      If the one you accidentally shredded was Eskadron, I'm sure it wasn't cheap.
                      It was around $120 or so new, but it was really old and already had repairs on it already.

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