Ideal for casual riders or as a therapy boot for horses with lower limb injuries, these hoof boots are protective and tough. They're designed for easy removal, opening up completely to slip on and off quickly. Boots are sold individually.
Easy on, easy off: Designed to be the easiest hoof boot to put on and take off.
Tough outer shield: Protects against damage from trail riding.
Padded neoprene band: Provides additional comfort for chafe-free wear.
Customizable fit: Forms to a variety of hoof shapes and sizes.
Rear safety strap: Reversible and replaceable to reduce wear and tear on the hoof boots.
Aggressive tread pattern: Superior grip in unstable terrain conditions.
How to Measure
The best time to measure a hoof is after a fresh trim. You’ll need to find the length and width of the hoof’s weight-bearing wall. Finding the width is simple, just measure across the widest part of the bottom of the hoof. To find the length, measure from the front toe line to the buttress line at the heel, which you can locate by drawing an imaginary line across the hoof between the two triangular points formed where the hoof wall begins to turn inward. The main thing to remember here is: DO NOT include the knobby heel bulbs in your measurement!