Kensington Horse Fly Boots

$26.99
Regularly: $31.99
Today's savings: 16%
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Black Ice

$26.99

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Citrus Slate

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Black Plaid

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Red Plaid

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Blue Ice Plaid

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Hunter Plaid

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Navy Plaid

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Plum Ice Plaid

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Shipping weight = 0.50 lb.

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Product Summary:

Kensington Fly Boots
 
These are the only boots on the market today that have a plastic stay built under the fleece, allowing the boots to stay upright and protect the legs.  Kensington's Protective Fly Boots feature 3 hook and loop closures and fleece trim for extra comfort.  These boots protect from biting insects, mud, sand, and dirt.  Also prevents injury from stomping and keeping flies from biting the horse's legs and also adds protection while shipping.  Horse Size.  Sold in pairs.  14" High.
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Fly Boots I've Found I don't know why the other review gave only 2 stars, since they didn't say. I love these fly boots, and so does my horse. I've tried other brands, like Cashel's, and these Kensingtons are better. They fit better, they stay up, my horse doesn't sweat underneath them, and they allow air to circulate while keeping the bugs out. My horse is a thin-skinned TB, about 15-1/2 hands, and the horse size fits him well. He is wearing them 24/7; I expect them to last the summer, and don't mind buying a fresh pair next summer. July 2, 2011
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