Tough-1 Vented Sport Boots 4-Pack
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Tough-1 Vented Sport Boot 4-Pack
Tough-1 Sport Boots are designed to fit snug against the leg to help keep out water, mud, and dust. They feature a one-piece, user-friendly design to help provide extra support; contour design supports fetlock area. Tough-1 Vented Sport Boots have a double layer of air-flow (vented) neoprene and a single tab with "quick-grip" closure for easy on/off – tab extension is easy to grip when removing and locks large tab in place. Hand washing is recommended.
Includes front and rear pairs (set of 4).
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Why did you choose this?
my horse is a little over 14.3 but not quite 15hh so small or meduim? i love these boots! ive heard so many good things about them! :)
Best Answer: My QH is 14.2-14.3 and she wears a medium. I think size small would be just a hair too small for her.
My horse is a 13.3 arab/ pinto should I get the small or medium?
Best Answer: We put the medium on a 14.5 hands quarter horse. Fit great. The velcro allows for adjacent so unless your horse has thick legs I think small will be enough.
I do a lot of intense "trail riding", in fumes beside there are no trails, but my horses legs always get cut up, but do you think that these would get caught on bushes/ cause her to trip? If so, any recommendations ?
Best Answer: I have never had these boots get caught on bushes or anything, and I do a lot of trail riding. However, if you are riding in areas with weeds, or anything that would stick to the material, I woldn't get these. I'm always pulling out stickers, etc.....I would either buy the covers to go over these boots, or buy leather boots. Love the boots other then that!
Will these work for a larger draft mix horse? I usually use large and extra large.
what size would fit a 7 year old paint?
Best Answer: It really depends on the size of your horse's legs. The average 15hh horse would take mediums. A fine boned horse would take small. My 15.2hh QH stallion takes mediums while my 14.3hh QH gelding takes smalls.
would these be suitable for jumping?
Best Answer: The Velcro on these fit very securely. They will stay in place fine during jumping. However if your horse tends to rub the poles, open front boots would allow him more feel.
Is buying the four pack better than just the front? Will these last long? Are they good qaulity? Any sizing tips?
Best Answer: Hi Sarah,
I bought these wraps for my polo pony and I love them! I purchased four because I wanted to protect her back feet. She is a petite, dainty legged thoroughbred about 15 hands but I also use them on my other polo pony and he's a big, sturdy boy. I purchased the pink and black zebra style and the pink park faded a little from exposure to the sun over the past year or so but, overall, I would highly recommend them. They are well constructed, the velco still works like it's new, and they are easy to clean... all in all I am very, very happy with them and they protect my horses' legs from being hit with the mallets....a win win situation. With regard to buying 2 or 4...I think that depends on what you are using them for really. Hope I answered your questions. Enjoy! Aimee
Would these boots work for barrel racing ? Also what size would fit a 15.0-15.2 hh Quarter Horse mare ?
Best Answer: Hi, there!! I don't barrel race but would think that they do as they flex nicely, provide support, and are easy to fit with 3 Velcro straps. My Gelding is just over 15 hands now, and he is very full as his is a Spanish-Norman and Quarter Horse cross, built like a bulldog Quarter Horse. He fits the size Medium nicely. I'm sorry that I couldn't answer your question, but I've seen barrel racing pictures with Horses dressed in similar boots. They are durable, easy to clean, and well-priced. If I were going to play fast with barrels, I would try it out with these boots. I don't use them all of the time because I also want my Horses to build up their soft tissue. So, I do sessions with and without boots. Best of luck!! God Bless!!
I have a 15.8 hand throughbred, what size would be best? And could I also use bell boots while I use these?
Best Answer: First of all horses are measured in "hands" which are measured in 4 inches. You can either have a 15.3 hand horse or a 16 hand horse. I purchased my boots for a thoroughbred that was going to mature at 16.3. if you are looking at something close to a 16 hand horse I would order the large boots. I have never tried bell boots, but it seems to me that they would get bound up with these boots because they have the tendency to slip down with use. hope I helped with your question
Can I use these and still put bell boots on the front?
Best Answer: Yes. They are just like any other sports medicine boots they are designed to go with bell boots.
I have a 14.3/15hh qh mare, what do you think would fit her better, small or medium?
Best Answer: I purchased the Larges for a 15.3 Tennessee Walker. He is not a large boned horse by any means of the word. (not fat) They provide great support and are eay to work with. Much easier than the more expensive support boots. I prefer these boots over any other brand. In my opinion I feel the Medium sized boots will provide you with good support but will be easier to apply than a small would on your horse. You want them to be snug but not overly constricting.
I hope this has helped you with your decision.
How long does shipping take?
Best Answer: It depends on the destination. Please call our Customer Care team for assistance. We are available 8AM-8PM weekdays, Eastern time at 888-809-0751.
What size would I need for a thourghbred?
Best Answer: Here are the sizes, measurements of the boot, and height recommendation for our 64-18000S Extreme Vented Sport Boot Sets
Small Front 9.5 W X 10 H 13-14.3 hands Small Rear 10.5 W X 11 H 13-14.3 hands Medium Front 10.5 W X 11 H 15-15.3 hands Medium Rear 11.5 W X 12 H 15-15.3 hands Large Front 11.5 W X 12 H 16-16.3 hands Large Rear 12.5 W X 13 H 16-15.3 hands
Can these be used for showing and for Jumping? Will the medium fit my TB gelding? He's not quite 17h.
Best Answer: I show western gaming in them and they do just fine. I'm not 100% sure about the jumping but if you can use Professionals Choice SMB boots these will work. I would buy a large for your TB. I use a medium on my 14.2 QH.
what type of warrany is on these boots?
Best Answer: Check with the manufacturer on actual warrenty, but as far as usage, I have purchased two pairs and found them to be of good quality and they hold up very well to daily use. The Velcro is tough and hold boots secure,but still easy to put on and take off.
With size for arabian horses?
Would they be good for TBs at track?
Best Answer: They provide basic, general compression and support, but they are general boots. If you are looking for a specialized boot for race training, I suggest to ask those in the racing sector. These boots look great, are easy to clean, and are good non-specific boots. I do not have TB's. I'm sorry I cannot be of more help! Best of luck and God Bless!!!
would these be suitable for trailer travel?
Best Answer: I have seen them used for short rides however polo wraps and shipping boots are made for trailer travel these are sports medicine boots, for serious excersize
Is the neon green actually neon green or is it more lime green?
Best Answer: More Lime Green
i am unsure about all being the same size. Maybe i'm just used to having 2 sizes for front and back. Do these boots adjust well to back feet? thanks
So in the pictures, the red boots look like they are on backwards. Isn't the velcro supposed to be on the outside? I already own relentless brand supports but I want these cause they are affordable.
Best Answer: Yes, the velcro should go to the outside of the leg. The set of 4 I have cannot be mixed up; each is labelled on the inside as to which leg it should be applied (LF, RF, LR, RR), which results in the velcro being correctly on the oustide of the leg, with the suspension strap wrapping around to finish on the inside.
Are these boots good for jumping?
Best Answer: No these are not jumping boots.. You will need something that has more support and allows for movement of jumping. Try a Open Front Tendon boot. Good luck!??
I need the size chart because the link is not working?
Best Answer: Draft front boot is 14" circumference and 12" high, draft back boot is 15" around and 13" high. I found the size chart on state lines sibling site horsedotcom. The link worked there. These are great boots-a good deal for a very reasonable price.
I have a 17.2 hand Thoroughbred who is quote large-boned. Should I order large or draft?
Best Answer: For sizing information, please see the downloadable resource located to the right of the product summary.