Kensington Horse Fly Boots

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Product Summary:

Kensington Non-Collapsing 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 to protect the legs.  Protective Fly Boots feature 3 adjustable Velcro straps 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.
 
Features:
  • Stay-Up Technology
  • 3 Velcro Straps
  • Fleece trim
  • Sold in pairs
 
Item Specifications:
Size:
Horse- One size Fits most
 
Material:
Textilene mesh/Fleece Trim 

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Have a set for another horse and they work great.
Michele F on Jul 12, 2015
Good reviews hopefully they will stay up...
Andrea C on Jun 7, 2015
My horse is getting eaten alive by biting flies
Carol B on Jul 1, 2015
Replacements. Great product!
Deborah M on Jun 2, 2015
do they rub and cause sores?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2013
Best Answer: The short answer is 'yes', but usually not for long. When they're new and stiff, you need to check them often. Once they're softened up, they're fine. My horses sometimes get a callous where it rubs on their fetlock (they wear them 24/7). The boots don't look like the picture after they've been on a while. They'll sink down to where the middle velcro sits just above the fetlock. I also use them on the back legs, but that's trickier - there's more 'meat' on the back legs and it's easier to rub or get them too tight. Wish they had some elastic on the velcro. Still helps save on fly spray and shoes/feet.
Reply · Report · Leanne M on Sep 1, 2013
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Are these fly boots a set of 4 or 2?
Roxanne on Mar 6, 2014
Best Answer: They came with two boots, but the main stomping/chipping of hooves occurs with the front feet so a lot of people don't put them on the back feet. But of course, you can.
Reply · Report · Tracy D on Mar 6, 2014
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Do the velcro straps get torn off easily? - Thanks
Maggie C on Jul 16, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Maggie, The Kensington Horse Fly Boots have worked great for me. I have been using the same two pair for 2 years now on the front and back, they also wash great. After washing I just kind of form them and let them air dry. There is absolutely no problem with the Velcro tearing off after 2 years, this will be the 3rd year we are using them when the leg biting Flies come here in MN. I bought a 2nd pair to have handy should I need them. Our Horse has leg problems therefore he should not be stomping from Flies and wears them daily once the Flies come. Dianne in Minnesota
Reply · Report · Dianne P on Jul 16, 2015
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when will you have the navy plaid back in?
Leigh J on Sep 24, 2014
Best Answer: We are expecting spring stock to be available by the end of March 2015.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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