You may have noticed the word denier when looking at winter blankets for your horse. What's the difference? Denier is the fiber thickness of individual threads used to create fabric. When the denier is higher - the fabric is more thick, allowing for greater durability.
For those of us that like to know numbers - 1 denier equals a 9000 meter strand of fiber and had a diameter of about ten micrometers.
Country Pride blankets come in a few different denier weights - here's the breakdown