Classic Equine Legacy SMB Boots FRT

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Classic Equine Legacy SMB Boots

Classic Equine Legacy Boots are made of 100% virgin perforated neoprene that allows the leg to breathe and heat to escape so your horses legs stay cooler. They have a round cut box-stitched hook-and-loop attachment with an aggressive hook-and-loop closure makes the Legacy more secure.

Its shock absorbing splint pad gives maximum protection to the splint bone, tendons, and other soft tissues. The new, more refined splint pad guards against crossfire injuries and allows for a closer, cleaner fit.

The boot's suspensory rib is positioned between the tendon and the cannon bone to ensure proper boot alignment.

The boots are built with a patented Cradle Fetlock System that provides maximum support and protection to the lower limb by a double layer of shock absorbing neoprene.

An extended layer of tough, bulletproof material fitted on the cup area ensures durability as well as a series of fitting darts provides for a clean, close fit.

Bound edges help keep dirt and debris out.  

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My sister wanted these (for her birthday) in orange for her 24 year old Morgan Mare (who will still perform her dressage and saddle-seat moves with style). I'm a classic gal, so the color (coral) horrifies me, but the horse won't care and it will support and protect her legs, so it's a good investment.
Willow M on Aug 10, 2015
Good quality. Had the medium ones originally, but those turned out to be too small for my 15H quarter horse, so I had to size up to the large.
Cindy K on Feb 28, 2015
Great boots--needed them for my drill team.
Dana E on May 30, 2015
they were recommended to me and I know they are good quality
Brittany W on Jan 10, 2015
how do you know what size to buy? you don't have any measurements up
susan L on Feb 8, 2014
Best Answer: Further down the page, in the Product Summary, is the sizing information, under Downloadable Resources. It tells you how to measure and what sizes correspond to the measurements. I still ended up returning one set and getting the size larger than it suggested.
Reply · Report · Susan B on Mar 18, 2015
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How do you know what size to get? Where do you measure?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2013
Best Answer: Measure the diameter of the FRONT leg at the cannon bone, mid-way between the knee and the fetlock.

MEASUREMENT CHART
Small 7-1/4” - 7-3/4”
Medium 7-3/4” - 8-1/4”
Large 8-1/4” - 8-3/4”

Also if you have never used them before be sure to review the how to put them on guide on classic equine's web site under "Legacy Application Instructions".
Reply · Report · Christopher T on Sep 12, 2013
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would these fit a donkey?
Maddie on Jan 28, 2015
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Do these boots soak up water? There are lots of rivers here, I don't want a sport boot that holds water.
Candy on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: They do absorb a small amount of moisture and dry quickly They are not water repellant and if you wash them they will drip for a short bit when you hang to dry. I have used when wading in creek. It's hot where I live so I like that boots have fine perforations so there is less heat held on tendons. They have always stayed soft and flexible. My only concern and this applies to all brands of sport boots I have used is that Velcro tabs can tear where opposite hoof clips on inside if leg. The boots do a good job of protecting my narrow chested horse Hope this helps
Reply · Report · Diana P on Aug 19, 2014
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what front and rear protective boots would someone recommend for trail riding with water crossings and ponds to ride thru up to their shoulders?
Beth L on Oct 4, 2014
Best Answer: I would use these. They are all-around. I believe they are the ones Clinton Anderson uses too.
Reply · Report · Lana G on Oct 4, 2014
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I'm in love with the "Color Burst" of these boots, but when I go to order them I can't find that color in the selections. Am I missing it or what has happened?
Vada G on Aug 20, 2015
Best Answer: Color Burst is a style discontinued by Classic Equine. We have some left in the small size only. If you would like to order that pattern in small, please call our Customer Care team at 888-809-0751. We are available 8AM-6PM weekdays, Eastern time.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 21, 2015
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Would these boots be good for a front leg suspensory injury?
donna n on Aug 20, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, these boots are a good choice to help a horse ease back from a suspensory injury, in conjunction with any rest and/or other supportive therapies recommended by your veterinarian.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 21, 2015
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are these machine washable? I like the white, but am worried about cleaning them. Will they stay white with machine wash? I am not familiar with this type of material, or should I order a darker color to avoid stains.
A shopper on Jun 10, 2015
Best Answer: Classic Equine advises us that they do not recommend machine washing - it will erode the "stickability" of the hook and loop closures material.
Instead please hand wash with mild soap in cold water, rinse well, and allow to air dry.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jun 15, 2015
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Hi going by the picture these appear to be a dark blue could you please clarify as i am chasing more a royal blue colour?
Cassie B on May 18, 2014
Best Answer: They are more of a royal blue color
Reply · Report · Teresa B on May 18, 2014
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