Tough-1 EasyWrap Quilted Combo Wraps

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Product Summary:

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Heavy quilted leg wraps with easy "quick grip" closure. Great to have around in an emergency or for shipping.
Measures 32" long and 12" high.   Package includes 2 Deluxe Combo Leg Bandages.  
 
Care Instructions:
Machine washable in cold water.  Use only a mild detergent.  Hang dry.  

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To make it easier to apply leg wraps.
Carole M on Mar 12, 2014
Can I use these to cover and protect a leg injury? How many come in a package?
Anna H on Aug 14, 2014
Best Answer: Enter an answer to this question. There are 2 per package. We travel substantial distances to Endurance and Competitive Trail rides and use them as quick protection for trailering, as well as covering for poulticing after competition. If I have a horse with some edema from competition, I use traditional no-bows with standing wraps, as these quick wraps lack compression. I might use them to protect an injury, but only if the injury was bandaged/covered underneath and the horse was confined to a stall or dry lot. I would not use them for full turnout, as they may loosen and slip with more extreme activity. We find them to be excellent protection for trailering and light medical use.
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Has anyone used these for shipping? If so how did they hold up?
Rowan A on Dec 10, 2014
Best Answer: If you use these for shipping, you would probably want to use bell boots as well. Keep in mind they are only 12" high and wouldn't cover all the necessary leg area unless the animal is small. When I use them, for double security I also put a ring of duck tape or masking tape at the top, middle, and bottom.
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