Weaver Prodigy Ballistic No-Turn Bell Boots

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Product Summary:

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Weaver Ballistic No Turn Bell Boots
Precisely-designed with an anatomical positioning bulb that helps prevent turning, these heavy-duty boots are constructed from 2520D ballistic nylon with a neoprene lining for the ultimate in performance and comfort. Double-ply hook and loop closures ensure a secure fit. Sold in pairs.
  • Heavy-duty
  • Ultimate in performance and comfort
  • Double-ply hook and loop closures for a secure fit
Item Specifications:
Ballistic nylon
Neoprene lining
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extra when not using leg straps
janet S on Aug 30, 2016
I love turquoise.
Teresa T on Sep 25, 2015
My arab was overtracking and my trainer recommended a no-turn bell boot. After reading the online reviews these seemed to have the best quality and best value.
A S on Oct 13, 2015
Best price
Raed Z on Aug 28, 2015
I'm just a bit confused. I just bought these boots. So does the positioning bulb go into the back of the horses's hoof, and then you velcro the boot in the front? I know I sound stupid, but I've never used bell boots before!
A shopper on Mar 7, 2016
Best Answer: Not stupid at all. These bell boots have a "lump" on the back side that sits in the hollow underneath the fetlock and above the bulbs of the heel. That helps to prevent them from "turning" keeping the longer side at the back which protects the bulbs of the heel. They are fastened with double velcro on the upper part of the front of the hoof. They truly are "overreach" boots so any time the rears overreach the front, the bulbs of the heals are protected and the boot takes the punishment. They work. I've been using them for over 10 years. They do need to be replaced regularly depending on the frequency and type of riding you're doing. I have a 16_3 thoroughbred who wears a 75" blanket...very short coupled, so his legs can get a bit more forward than others and need the protection. Let me know if you need any additional input. DOK
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I have a pony shes 13.3 hh and is in between size S and M. Do these boots seem to run large/small? I'm not sure which size I should get.
Danielle A on Jul 19, 2015
Best Answer: I've used them for quite some time and i would say they run true to size. Professional Choice Overreach boots tend to run a bit small but I've found the Weaver's run close to true...Of course "True" is only valid for your horse/pony. If unsure, I'd simply order both and then return the ones that don't fit...cost to ship back is minimal. Good luck.
Reply · Report · David K on Jul 20, 2015
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WHy si there no size chart and how to measure?
BEVERLY B on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: There is indeed a size chart, to the right of the product description under Downloadable Resources.
Or, you can copy and paste the link to this chart directly, http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/E011281SizeChart.jpg
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