Kensington Trailering Boots

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Product Summary:

Kensington Shipping Boots
 
Set of 4 trailering boots. Unsurpassed in protecting your horses's legs and hooves during shipping. The set of 4 includes extra wide hook and look closures. Each boot bottom has a heavy duty vinyl heel protector for longer life. The 22" high front boots are contoured completely covering the legs from hoof to knee while providing maximum freedom of movement. The 30" high hind boots cover the legs from hoof to hock with extra plush fleece for added protection. The boots are filled with foam and hollow fiberfill and can be wet down keeping the legs cool during long hauls. One size fits most.
 
Product Features: 
  • Extra wide Velcro® closures provide a secure fit
  • Heavy duty vinyl heel protector extends life of boots
  • Set of 4
  • Includes extra wide hook and look closures
Item Specifications: 
  • One size fits most
  • Textilene® mesh outershell provides mildew resistance 
  • Foam inner core absorbs vibration
  • Nylon lined for comfort

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will these shipping boots fit my 14.3 hand horse properly?
Annie on Jan 29, 2016
Best Answer: I am going to guess no. They seem to run really big. I got for a QH that is about 16 hands. I know the taller they are more protection- but they almost came up too high. They were also really big circumference; the velcro was tightened all the way. (Whatever combination of wraps underneath, the boots, or frequent stopping the trailer- worked great for a 14 hour trailer ride though.)
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