EasyCare Easyboot Trail Hoof Boot

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EasyCare Easyboot Trail
The new Easyboot Trail is the easiest hoof boot in the world. The Easyboot trail can be easily put on and removed by young or old hands. The infinitely variable attachment system assures booted success for a broad spectrum of hoof sizes and shapes throughout the trim cycle. The boot opens up completely to easily slip on and off over most hoof shapes and sizes. The rear double Velcro attachment protects the entire hoof wall and keeps the boot firmly in place. 

The EasyCare Easyboot is sold individually.
If you are a pleasure rider or a backcountry rider, this is the boot for you. The Easyboot Trail is recommended for medium-distance riding of up to 25 miles per week (usually an average of 1 - 1 1/2 hours a day).

How to get the correct size boot for your horse:  

  1. Trim Hoof - Before measuring, ensure your horse’s hooves have been correctly trimmed with all flare and excessive length removed. We also recommend that the edge of the hoof wall, where it meets the ground, be beveled (rolled) with a rasp. This removes the sharp edge of the hoof wall and prevents chipping and white line separation. 
  2. Select Size - Accurately measure the length and width of your horse’s hoof at the widest point. From the chart attached, select the size that matches the measurement.
Downloadable Resources
Easyboot Trail Size ChartEasyboot Trail Measurement Sheet

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by For slow riding only These boots are easy to put on and take off. They stay on well at a walk and trot. Anything faster than that they twist and/or come right off. On the first short gallop one boot ripped at the heel. September 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by a bust! They just don't stay on, even at a walk! We had been using the easyboot glove but wanted something easier to get on and off. Even though we measured carefully, the boots haven't worked for us at all. Quite a disappointment! May 24, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by What I thought was great..... I previously used Old Mac G2 and loved them. When the buckles became wet, they would swell and were hard to disengage, so I tried these trail boots. They were GREAT! Then I used them on a very rough trail with rocks and water. The cloth seemed to stretch and BOTH front boots rotated until the horse literally stepped through the side of each and the boots were flopping on the horse's ankles. My riding group was very frustrated with my many stops to reapply the boots. Now that the boots are misshapen, I must repurchase some Old Mac G2 for the front feet, a loss of about 100 bucks for the Trail. The rear boots worked fine and I can keep them. March 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT HOOF BOOT!! I purchased these hoof boots a couple of months ago for my 6 year old Tennessee Walker. They not only fit him great and don't interfere with his gait, they do everything they say they're going to do and then some! They were truly tested when I went for a long trail ride with a friend in Cave Creek, AZ. I had confidence in those hoof boots before and they reinforced my confidence in them even further after that ride! They withstood streams, rocks, mud, deep sand, up and down hills, etc, etc, etc and not once did they budge and not once did the Velcro come loose. My riding buddy was completely amazed as well and made him a believer. Another great feature to this boot is that there is no left or right boot, so the wear can be evenly distributed, and they adjust to the hoof growth between trims! I have used many kinds of hoof boots in the past, and these by far have been mine and my horse's favorite! Happy Trails from Phoenix, AZ Marie January 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exceeded Expectations I wanted something to use on the trails during the winter when my horse is barefoot, as he can get tender after a long ride. Boots were easy to fit and put on, and they stayed on. My gelding seemed to love them trucked down the trail like he has metal shoes on. The trails are steep, rocky, and muddy and the boots didn't give us any trouble. They seem pretty heavy duty; definalty worth the money. November 14, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Seam badly placed I was not impressed with the over-all quality of these boots. I've only had them for a few weeks but the elastic is already stretched out. I have only put them on my horse in the pasture for about 20 minutes at a time to break them in. However, my biggest issue with the boots is that there is a horizontal seam that hits my horse right in the middle of his heal bulbs. The seam is rough and rubs his heals. It is a bad design. The only thing I like about the boots is that they are so easy to put on. I can stop and put them on for the short stretch of gravel road that bugs my horse and then take them off again. However, since he wears a size 8, I need a big bag to carry them around with us. August 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Boots I own both easyboot gloves and the original easyboots with gaiters. They are good boots, but my horse kept losing them. He has a club foot and the gaiters would not fit around his leg the way they should. I bought the trail because I was sick of chasing boots on trail rides. They are extremely easy to put on, and they stay on! The design seems a little bulky, but it does not affect my horse's gait. The quality seems a little less as these are made in China, pretty sure the others are USA. I have also used them 24/7 for 1 week when horse had a bout with laminitis, they stayed on and showed no signs of wear or damage. Hopefully they last awhile. July 6, 2011
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My OTTB is unshod and has very tender feet! We love to trail ride around the neighborhood and that includes gravel roads; I'm hoping these trail boots will offer enough protection that he will be comfortable...I'm also hoping they will fit well enough to actually stay on his feet!
Cathy T on Oct 19, 2015
excellent product
Rex W on Sep 26, 2015
barb m on Oct 16, 2015
Easy to put on. Stay on once they are on.
Marilyn L on Aug 11, 2015
My horse has had her farrier measure for boot. How do I know what size to choose?
Christine S on Sep 7, 2014
Best Answer: Here is a link to the sizing chart found in the product description:
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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is this each or for pair?
Sheila C on Sep 16, 2014
Best Answer: Enter an answer to this question.Price is per boot. You would order 2 Easy Care Easyboots for just the front feet and then order 2 more boots for the rear boots. Size of the fronts are usually different than the rear boots. Plus if one boot becomes damaged, you can order just one boot to replace it. Work pretty good. But you may want to also consider the "The EasyCare Glove" It has a soft strap that goes around the ankle and worked better for my horse rear feet as the Trail boot rubbed alittle around the top for him. Just a matter of what fits your horse. I have used both and liked them both.
Reply · Report · Cynthia F on Sep 16, 2014
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Do these come in a pair if not what are hoof shoes that do?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2015
Best Answer: They are sold separately which is probably good as your horse may have different size feet without you even noticing. Mine did and I had never noticed. These are good boots that helped a lot with a medical issue with my horse. Helped her be able to walk right before she was due to give birth. Without some kind of boot I don't know if she would have made it, she had cut an artery right at the hoof line and already had hoof issues. Worked good, she is fine now. The only comment I would make would be to wrap the foot before using the boot as it tends to rub a little at the top. Just make sure to measure correctly.
Reply · Report · KIMBERLY B on Sep 17, 2015
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Is it ok to put these boots on front and shoe back?
John P on Sep 26, 2014
Best Answer: These boots should be fine on either front or back. However, be sure you check sizing. Sometimes all 4 feet can be different sizes which is why these boots are so great because you purchase them individually. So don't just assume that the boots that fit your horses' front feet will be ok on the back feet.
Reply · Report · pam barrett on Sep 27, 2014
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Can they be exchanged for different size if they don't fit?
Gloria C on Oct 14, 2014
Best Answer: Yes as long as they are not worn riding. You should know right away once you get them on if its a good fit or not. I am on my second set of boots and love them! Very easy to take on and off and a snug enough fit where they are not making a clumpy noise and/or collecting pepples or sand.
Reply · Report · Mary F on Oct 14, 2014
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its s for 55.99 ?
lori f on Oct 3, 2014
Best Answer: Be sure the hoof slips into the boot easily, do not force it in. You can try a slim boot if your horse has a more narrow shape to it's hoof, as that boot has a trimmer fit and is less bulky , as the original boot is wider at the bottom.
Reply · Report · KAREN R on Nov 10, 2014
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