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Cashel Boomers Combo Standing Wraps

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Product Summary:

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Cashel Boomer's Combo Shipping Bandage
 
With a unique combination of hook and loop closures and elastic, these bandages provide an adjustable yet nonbinding fit that takes the effort and guesswork out of wrapping. All in one, neat quilt-like construction and machine washable. These versatile bandages are ideal for post workout, overnight stabling, shipping or turnout, plus can be used over your favorite liniment. Sold as a pair.

Features:

  • Unique closure combination for a fully adjustable fit
  • Easy to use
  • Machine washable

Item Specifications:

Sold in pairs.

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Gretchen V on May 5, 2015
I need a leg wrap to keep my horse's legs warm and dry while being stabled outside in a run. He has laminitis, and needs his legs to stay warm and dry. What do I use?

Kathy
A shopper on Feb 28, 2015
Best Answer: These work well. I have used long term to support the front legs of crippled horse. There are others on the market, but much more expensive. Follow directions when putting on and be sure not to make too tight, especially around the middle where the tendons are. My vet suggested I also keep a quilted leg wrap underneath for extra protection, and make sure and remove every day or two and check.
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