Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps

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Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps
Easy On/Off Leg Wraps Reflect Horse’s Body Heat, Reduce Swelling without Liniment or Poultice.  If you aren't used to wrapping your horse's legs - this is the one to use.

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps are a cotton/polyester blend material of our state-of-the-art Welltex  fabric infused with ceramic powder. The ceramic reflects your horse’s natural body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat. Heat therapy is a well-recognized method used to relieve and heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons.
When you wrap your horse’s legs with these Back on Track Horse Leg Wraps, unique ceramic-infused fabric creates gentle heat, which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Use after a strenuous ride and leave them on overnight. You can also use them when you ship your horse. These leg wraps are ideal for injury recovery or prevention.
Sizes: 12”, 14”, and 16”
Sold as a PAIR.

Measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.

Color: Black.

Care: Machine washable up to 90°F or 30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.

Instructions for Use:
Back on Track leg wraps should be introduced gradually. They should only be applied for a total period of 4 hours per day for the first 2-3 days. After that, it is recommended to keep them on overnight.

Caution should be used during the first 2-3 days as excessive use from the outset may cause legs to "fill up" due to increased blood circulation. However, this is a good sign of efficacy.

Please note that physical responses can be variable.

Often you will notice a reduction of puffy or sore joints within a few hours or days. Occasionally however, you will need to persevere for 10 days to 30 days, particularly with established long-term injuries.

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Tracy L on Apr 14, 2015
back on track products keep our horses on track...
larry k on Jun 24, 2014
Friends have recommended the legs wraps and I have a young horse running barrels so am planning to extend her career by using legs wraps to keep her sound as needed. Also plan to use when trailering
TRACEY L on Oct 21, 2014
Friends referred me to them
Lillian C on Apr 1, 2014
Can boots be used on front and hind or are there boots specific to hind legs?
Genny T on Sep 7, 2014
Best Answer: Well it is all size dependent. They are for both front and hind it just depends how big your horse is. I have a 16h TB and I got the size 12 for the front and the 14 for the back. I started by just ordering the middle size to see which limbs they fit best then I could tell which other size I needed for the other limbs. The 14 fit both the front and hind but it was a better fit for the rear, so I went a size down for the fronts. They are quick and easy to put on, but my horse doesn't always like the rear ones. He kicks a bit more when I put them on but I trailer him in them, or put on after a lot of jumping. I love the brand and have the fleece sheet too. Hope this helps
Reply · Report · Dee W on Sep 7, 2014
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how do you measure for the correct size? I am not sure how to measure, one blog says to measure from the point of the rear hock to the top of the fetlock, but the wrap seems to go over the hock?
Brenda V on Feb 6, 2015
Best Answer: These wraps are designed to go from the pastern up to just under the hock joint. The 12", 14", and 16" sizes given are for the entire boot top to bottom. Measure your horse from the pastern up to just under the hock joint to determine the best size for your horse.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Feb 16, 2015
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My vet recommended these for my 20 yr old gelding who just got a severe tear in both his Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon (bowed tendon) and Suspensory tendon of the same leg. I'm trying to figure out if the quick leg wrap or the no bow wraps are best for this type of injury...?
trailrider on Feb 3, 2014
Best Answer: well, I guess it depends on how much support you are looking for in this type of wrap. The quick wraps are good for just putting them on any time quickly and easily but won;t have the same support as the standard no bows so I guess if it were me and your vet was recommending the no bow standing wraps, I would go with those. I just use them to bring more circulation to my horses legs so they are tight and decrease how much he stocks up in the rear. great product though. Hope this helps
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Our little 14 year old mule is turned out all the time with other equines. Every time I ride her for over 15 miles (trotting at least half the time) he gets swollen hind legs just between the hoof and the joint. She doesn't seem to be in pain, just that bit swelling. I wonder if this wrap will help us avoid it.?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2013
Best Answer: I think they may very well help! I use them on my 22 year old warm blood and they made a difference for him. I have not used them this past summer because he is turned put at night. I noticed more swelling since I have not used them. I will start using them again this winter. I am very pleased with there products.
Reply · Report · Laura L on Oct 8, 2013
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I have a horse that has had a suspensory injury on the front leg. WE have been rehabbing him for 8 months and now we can ride him and start showing him again. I noticed you say to leave the BOT wraps on after they are used to them for as much as 30 days. Does that mean they can wear them all the time? Or is it better to just use them periodically? He doesn't have any swelling. I do hose him after riding or put ice on him for 20 min. I have the wraps with the pad inside them.
Gloria H on Jun 18, 2015
Best Answer: Once the Quick Wraps have been worn as directed for the first two weeks and the horse is used to the wraps, you can leave the wraps on all the time. However, I would remove the wraps occasionally/fairly regularly to wash them and keep the wraps clean and rub down the horse's legs. Also, if you plan on turning the horse out to pasture with the wraps I highly recommend you only do that for short periods of time and semi-supervised as the horse can get the wraps tangled up in fencing or anything else and you don't want to cause another injury of some sort. I hope that helps!!
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