Offer effective leg protection that increases performance levels. Designed for increased freedom, the soft padded lining with a low cut on the top provides easy movement and comfort. The high quality PVC outer shell protects against hard strokes and shocks for great protection than most boots. This high quality boot set has neoprene lining to increase protection, add comfort and support to both the cannon and fetlock areas of the legs. A reinforced Velcro strap secures these one of a kind, highly respected boots for a comfortable fit. The set of four comes with two front tendon boots and two hind fetlock boots.
Easy to clean, wipe with damp sponge or towel.
I bought these in brown recently. They fit my horse well and have held up to regular use. I would recommend them as a good option for eventers or jumper riders.Written on by LuckyAngel
Nice boots at a great price. They seem well made and are attractive, especially since my horse's name starts with a Z. She gets to have her initial on all her new gear!Written on by Mark
I needed a set of boots to replace my Eskadron Flexi Soft boots . I saw these and for the price I figured I could take a shot. They are much better than I had hoped. The neoprene lining at the top and bottom provides a comfortable edge. I'm now using these as my show boots. My only complaint is that the elastic straps are a bit long, so there is a "tab" a little over an inch showing behind the leg in pictures.Written on by TAS
Excellent boots. I purchased these in horse size and in blue. They are true to size and color. They have a slight reflective quality to them that I really like. Overall, great buy.Written on by Anonymous
Love these boots, very high quality, comparable to Roma. Will definitely buy them again!Written on by Andria
I've only had these boots for a few weeks, so can't speak for the durability. However, for the price, these boots definitely are a good deal. I purchased the black ones in the horse size and they fit my gelding very well. Plus they look very nice.Written on by Kaila Pakula
I was looking for a replacement for my should-be-retired Eskadrons when I found these boots. I was not sure what the quality would be for such a low cost item, but decided to give them a try. I was VERY impressed with the materials and sturdy construction of these boots when they arrived. The fit was great - I ordered full size for my 16.3 Oldenburg mare. They cover the critical areas with enough velcro to adjust for a good fit, and the velcro seems very sturdy. She has been wearing them almost every day for about two months and they are holding up really well. The lining is really easy to brush/scrub clean every few days. I LOVE the color choice and plan to buy another set to save for shows. I originally planned to just use these for schooling, but they are nice looking and hold up well, and you can't beat the price. I would definitely recommend them.Written on by CaraMia
These boots are wonderful! My horse wears them everytime we jump, I'm very careful about his legs and either put him in boots or wraps when I ride. These give great protection, and they have held up well. I can tell on the insides were they kept him from hitting his fetlocks together, its not noticable when I'm riding just when I am really looking. I got a full size for my 16.3hh OTTB and they fit perfectly. I bought they grey and they look great on him, he is a dark bay. Great value!Written on by KyleighG
Provides high level of protection, the padding is really soft, has great design . The only disadvantage is the sizes do not match and size F is a bit smaller than the others. You should offer XF size as wellWritten on by Sevie
I love those boots , great design , soft neoprene inside and they are resistant . Easy to clean and they really protect for stong shocks. Inside the boots there could be the support points. One thing that bothers me is the sizes. My horse is not a Full nor Pony . I have Full size boots but they are a little bit long for him . I prefer COB size.Written on by Margit
I bought these for my gelding because he likes to drag his feet and clips his legs together sometimes and when we just he scuffs his legs up sometimes. I put them on him (he's kind of a prinscess and the pea about stuff) and I got on and rode him for 2 hours and he was amazing! His gates were smoother and he wasn't stepping awkardly at all! I took the boots off and both the front and back had minor scuff marks even though I know he scrapes his legs together a lot. These boots are great and because he's a bay, I got black and you can't even tell he's wearing them unless you really look at his legs. I love these boots and have only used them a few times but there's so much improvement. I never ride him without them now. They're good for the ring and the trail, as I've learned.Written on by Anonymous
I bought a full size black pair for my 16.2HH gelding because he can be lazy about picking up his feet, which causes him to scrape his legs up and not be smooth in his gates. They seemed like they would be too tight at first but the straps are stretchy and turned out they fit him perfectly. Once I put them on him, immediately I noticed a difference. He's very princess and the pea about things but he loves these boots. I rode him for two hours the day I got them and jumped and he was fantastic! I took them off and they hardly showed any scuffs, and I KNOW they should be way more scraped than they are. I use them for jumping and trails and they work so well for both. Because my gelding is a sooty bay you can hardly see them when he has them on but when you get on, there's a difference. I reccomend these if your horse really needs the protection or if you think it would just be a little better for them to have a pair.Written on by Anonymous
With so many options when it comes to protecting your horse’s legs it is important to find the best fit for you and your horse. Leg protection can vary depending on the discipline...
There are ways to keep you and your horse safe while out on the trails.
1. Have your horse desensitized to scary situations that you may see on the trail.
2. Slowly introduce your horse to traffic.