The proper support for tired front legs is found in these easy to use fitted stable boots.
After a hard day's work, your horse will thank you as he recovers in these supportive neoprene stable boots. The Horze Supreme Stable Boots PRO, support his front legs with a soft cushion lining and hard outer neoprene shell. The wraps are easy to apply with wide Velcro closures and the inside liner comes apart for easy cleaning. The fabric is breathable and soft while adding the stability his legs need after training. The fitted design of the Horze Supreme Stable Boots PRO will mold to your horse's front legs. Try the matching pair of Horze Supreme Stable Boots PRO for the hind legs to support the entire body.
Materials: Shell: 100% neoprene. Lining: 100% polyester.
Machine wash cold at 30°C/65°-85°F. Air Dry.
The full size fits my 16.3 warmblood well on his front legs. The boots are a bit thin for my preference. The padding is not very thick, and I tried to add another layer of thin padding inside, but then they will not velcro closed. They could be improved greatly with additional padding. The velcro is very sticky though and the edges are nicely stitched, so I think they will last. They are much cheaper than other options though, so it is a case of you get what you pay for.Written on by DSW
Last winter while my horse was living in here legs were bcoming puffy with standing in the stable all night. Couldn't be bothered with the hassel of bandages and ordered these boots. Boots stopped her legs becoming puffy! Are easy to use fast to get on and off so ideal for horses that dont like to stand at peace to get bandages on. Extreamly easy to clean and lining is detatchable. Extreamly durable and a great price for such a fantastic product! Love this product would be lost without them now!Written on by megan
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