Roma Magnetic Open Front Boots

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Roma Magnetic Open Front Boots


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Roma Magnetic Open Front Boots
Open front jumper boots feature three magnets along the sides to encourage blood flow and circulation to tendons. Traditional hard shell with molded ankle for an anatomic fit, cutout behind knee and neoprene lining for comfort. Ankle and tendon strike plates offer excellent protection. Two elastic straps with overstrap for security.
Size: Full or Medium/Average Horse.
  • Encourages blood flow and circulations to tendons
  • Anatomic fit
  • Comfortable
  • Offers protection

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Would a boot help a horse with navicular??
Susan W on Oct 14, 2014
Best Answer: I do not believe so. Navicular syndrome stems from issues in the navicular bone which is deep within the hoof and unreachable by a boot. The best thing for treating and managing navicular is to consult with your vet and farrier to make sure the angles of the foot and type of shoes are correct to take pressure off the bone, and injections to decrease the bone pain. There are various magnetic treatments out there that may help blood flow to the foot but not in the form of this type of boot. Good luck and stay on top of the corrective shoeing!
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Do these boots cover the bottom part of the fetlock, where a horse that overreaches would hit?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2015
Best Answer: No, these don't. If your horse overreaches I would recommend a bell boot.
Reply · Report · C. J on Nov 14, 2015
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