Turn-Two Mesquite Canyon Floral Splint Boots

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Product Summary:

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These splint boots are designed with high quality shock absorbing neoprene that is designed to protect the splint and fetlock area from striking injuries.  Splint area is padded with hand tooled leather with PVC color inlay that provides a unique look while protecting your horse from cross-fire injuries.  Double hook & loop straps.  Sold in pairs.

 

Size: Medium/Average Horse 800-1100lbs

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LOVED the design ! I love the velcro closure WITHOUT the D-rings and they were affordable.
MARY JO G on Sep 13, 2014
Look great and the quality is more than I expected!
CHRISTINA T on May 30, 2014
Can I use them on both the front and back - or - will they be too small for the hind legs?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
Best Answer: They will be too small for the back legs. They were too small for my horses front legs.
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what size is this?
Tina P on Feb 23, 2015
Best Answer: There horse size. If your horse is a warmblood they will be too short.
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How do you clean them?
Barb C on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: A damp cloth with a little dish soap then rise with water. Don't forget to condition the leather after fully dried so that it won't dry and crack.
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