Achieve Equine Black Nike Dri-FIT Cap

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CELEBRATE SUMMER! Available exclusively at, our ACHIEVE EQUINE™ Black Nike Dri-FIT embroidered cap is available for a limited time while supplies last. 

  • 90% Polyester, 10% Spandex
  • Moisture Wicking Cap
  • Adjustable Hook and Loop Closure

Achieve Equine, LLC, is the maker of FLAIR® Equine Nasal Strips.

At Achieve Equine, we believe in developing impactful and long-lasting relationships. We deliver innovative, functional, high performing products to support the health and safety of horse and rider. 

Achieve Equine is located near Minneapolis, Minnesota, where the pastures are green, innovation is intentional, and tater tot hot dish is a weeknight dinner staple. Our passion is horses. Our culture is built on relationships, data and a “get it done” attitude. Our team is kind, dependable, and knowledgeable. An emphasis on customer care drives us. We are happy to answer questions, provide tips and technical advice, and ultimately deliver positive buying experiences.

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How To Apply

For best results, apply FLAIR Strips at least 30 minutes prior to exercise, riding or any other activity that may cause the horse to sweat.

Before use, remove dirt and oil from the horse's nose with a clean, dry cloth or paper towel and brush hair on the nose upward.

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Where to Store

Store FLAIR Strips at room temperature.

Strips that are exposed to extreme heat or cold may not adhere properly.

FLAIR Strips should be stored at 50-80°F (10-26°C). For best results, apply Strips when they are close to the same temperature as the horse’s skin.

How to Remove

Remove FLAIR Strips by peeling gently, but firmly from the top corner toward the middle.

Don't remove by pulling up or down. Adhesive may cause slight loss of hair, as experienced with normal shedding.

FLAIR Strips are a one-time use product; but, they can be left on until the horse rubs it off or the adhesive wears out and the Strip falls off.