I'm not familiar with the brand. My horse blankets are by Rambo and Weatherbeeta. Been very happy with both.
What worked REALLY well for me is to go to one of the big online tack stores like Smartpak, or Dover, or Horse.com, find the product you're interested in, and then go read a bunch of the customer reviews. You'll be able to tell very quickly if the item is durable, because if is not, people complain like mad. You'll also be able to find out if it fits "true" and/or causes rubs, that kind of thing.
It's a very good idea to pay careful attention to the negative reviews, see what people are complaining about. If they're complaining that the color was odd, or the customer service wasn't great, or they don't like the fastening, etc. then I really don't pay much attention. That stuff has to do with personal expectations and preferences, not with the product.
If they're complaining that it wasn't durable, or that the zipper/catch/clip broke after relatively few uses, or that it wasn't waterproof, or that the workmanship and construction aren't good, or that it was supposed to be washable but even when directions were followed, it shrank or fell apart in the laundry, that I do pay attention to, and if an item collects many complaints of that nature I just take it right off my list.
I never buy a piece of horse gear any more without looking at as many reviews as I can - it has saved me so much hassle.