The fleece polo wraps are more elastic than regular polo wraps and contours to the leg much better.
These durable polo Wraps are made of state-of-the-art fabric, which is infused with ceramic powder. The ceramic reflects the horse’s natural body warmth and creates a soothing, infrared thermal warmth. Warmth therapy is a well-recognized method used to relieve and heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons. When wrapping your horse’s legs with these Polo Wraps, the unique fabric creates a gentle warmth, which reduces swelling and inflammation and keeps the horse’s legs tight. The wraps contain more elastic than traditional wraps so they contour to the leg better, provide excellent support, and don’t shift or rub. These polo Wraps are designed for use during exercise. They should not be used overnight or as a standing bandage as there is a risk they are fastened too tight and hinder blood flow. Not for use on pregnant mares.
Sold in Pairs.Lengths: 9 foot (standard) (280 cm) or 11 foot (320 cm). Women’s boxer shorts are made from a smooth and thin fabric. The men’s version is made from a ribbed fabric that is a little thicker than that of the women’s model. The ribbed fabric is more elastic and is less sensitive to the choice of size. The boxer shorts offer relief for groin problems, superficial hip pain, or the cold sensation sometimes associated with bladder or prostate problems. For women, they are also worth testing to relieve period pain. In relation to hip pain, we have seen good results when the problems are linked to the superficial muscle and tendon known as the tensor fascia lata. In younger and middle aged people, inflammation of this muscle can often be the cause of hip pain.
Machine washable up to 86°F.
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I just got a pair of these and they're absolutely fantastic. They're fleece on the outside and a smooth fabric on the inside, so it doesn't make my mare sweat. I have the 9' polos and use them on the hind legs of my large warmblood and they fit perfectly - though I tend to prefer a sleeker look.
When my Off Track Thoroughbred started training for Eventing we had an over-extension of the tendons as we moved up in heights on the Cross Country course. I bought these and wrapped his legs, which helped with the swelling. After a week on stall rest her was fine to go back in to work following a strict return schedule. They helped greatly with the basic Windpuffs as well. I use the Quickwraps when we travel since they're really easy to put on and take off