EasyCare Easyboot Hoof Boot

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Product Summary:

The Easyboot® is the natural way to protect, treat, cushion and correct hooves and still allow the horse to go barefoot at all other times. The boot is made with durable urethane that fits snugly to the hoof and provides traction, but is lighter and longer lasting than a steel plate. When properly fitted, the Easyboot stays on as well as a traditional horseshoe.
Easyboots are sold individually. 

• Longer-lasting than steel shoes
• Easy to put on and remove
• Can be worn in place of or over steel shoes
• Portable and prevents lameness if a shoe is lost far from home
• Ideal for horses with hoof-related medical problems
Correct sizing is important so please measure carefully.
How to measure for Easyboots:
1. After a fresh trim, measure the width of the hoof across the bottom at the widest point.
2. Measure the length of the hoof from the toe to the buttress line of the heel. Do not include the heel bulbs in your measurement.
3. Compare your measurements with the sizing chart. For an ideal fit, the length and width measurements should fall under the same size on the chart.
Downloadable Resources
Sizing ChartEasyboot sizing chart

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My Vet recommended these. They are great! Easy to put on and they stay on.
Debra P on Dec 1, 2015
John G on Jun 28, 2015
Replacements for ones that are worn out.
Emerson G on Sep 29, 2015
I have used these in the past to help my daughter's 4-H pony when he'd get Laminitis from snow pack. Now, years later I have a mini that has the same problem. This is the solution. I tie fluorescent orange survey flag on them in case one gets lost in the snow so I can find it. So far that hasn't been a problem.
Joni J on Feb 6, 2015
What are the dimensions? Sole thickness of the boot, especially.
Trish G on Jul 1, 2015
Best Answer: I got the size 4. My horses hooves are 6 1/4 long and 5 1/4 wide. They for him well. I'm guessing the soft part of the soles are about 1/2 N inch thick based on how they formed to the soles of his feet. I'm happy with them and they are providing the relief and protection he needs unt he can grow enough good for shoes again
Reply · Report · Peter R on Jul 1, 2015
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Can we put a wedge pad in an Epic ? If yes, should I buy a longer and wider size ?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2015
Best Answer: I am not a good one to ask about this. I don't think I'd put a wedge in there as it may create an issue with rubbing on the back of his heels from the Easy Boot. I bought two sizes for my older Thoroughbred and most of the time I really liked the boots. I turned him out all the time in his, but it didn't stay on, and the wire got torn, so I am guessing it is mostly for horses in a stall at least part of the time...I only use them in an emergency now, so he is never without protection on his foot if he loses his regular shoe.
Reply · Report · BARBARA L on Feb 24, 2015
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are these returnable?
A shopper on Apr 29, 2015
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Apr 30, 2015
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Does this only come with one boot or 2?
Elizabeth C on Jun 8, 2015
Best Answer: Easy Boots come one to a box. This is helpful so you don't have to pay for an extra boot laying around not earning it's keep if you only need one for injury or meds.
Reply · Report · Joni J on Jun 8, 2015
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Does the easy boot size correspond with shoe size?
Andria A on Jan 4, 2016
Best Answer: I used on a 11 H Shetland /mini cross that weighs about 400 lbs or so and they fit him perfectly.I never had shoes on him so don't know if it corresponded with shoe size.
Reply · Report · Rebecca C on Jan 4, 2016
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Would you put these on the front and back of the horse, or just the front hooves? Any recommendations?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2015
Best Answer: If the boots fit the shape of your horse's hooves, I see no reason you can't use them on the front and hind. However, in general, the front end might receive more benefit from increased protection and traction. I really only used the boots for rehabilitation purposes, I'm probably not the correct person to ask about use for any other purpose. Also, regardless of use - watch for rubs along heel bulbs. They can be quite serious.
Reply · Report · Amy W on Nov 2, 2015
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can these be used over corrective shoeing,to keep snow balls off?
irene n on Jan 8, 2014
Best Answer: hi Irene, yes it can be used in any form, from riding, corrective, barefoot, medicating, or to help keep the snow from sticking to the shoe. My best advice is; pull the shoes in lieu of the easyboot. You don't need both.
How I know, is my draft has the same problem on his front feet. I had the choice of keeping the shoes on him or removing them them until the next trim. (End of Dec '13 - mid Feb ' 14).
However, each animal comes with their own care pkg.
Hope this helps and good luck.
Reply · Report · CYNDA G on Jan 8, 2014
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Will these boots stay on during a Combined Driving Marathon?
A shopper on Jun 15, 2015
Best Answer: Thoroughly tested on cross country and endurance rides, rough terrain and pavement, the Easyboot was found to out-wear steel shoes at least 3 to 1, with a range of over 500 miles. Horse owners have reported over 1000 miles per boot.

Use Easyboots only when the horse needs foot protection or traction. Do not leave Easyboots on any horse longer than 24 hours at a time.

*Click the link below to veiw frequently asked Easyboot questions
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jun 15, 2015
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