Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps

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Product Summary:

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps are a cotton/polyester blend material of state-of-the-art Welltex fabric. They reflect your horse’s natural body warmth and create a soothing far infrared thermal heat. Heat therapy is a well-recognized method used to help relieve and help heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons. These easy-on/off leg wraps may also reduce swelling without liniment or poultice.

When you wrap your horse’s legs with these Back on Track Horse Leg Wraps, the unique fabric creates gentle heat, which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Use after a strenuous ride and leave them on overnight. You can also use them when you ship your horse. These leg wraps are ideal for injury recovery or prevention. Sold in pairs.

Item Specifications:

10", 12", 14", 16", 18"
Measure just below knee or hock to pastern to determine the correct size.


Machine-washable up to 90°F or 30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.

Instructions for Use:
Back on Track leg wraps should be introduced gradually. They should only be applied for a total period of 4 hours per day for the first 2-3 days. After that, it is recommended to keep them on overnight.
Caution should be used during the first 2-3 days as excessive use from the outset may cause legs to "fill up" due to increased blood circulation. However, this is a good sign of efficacy.
Please note that physical responses can be variable. Often you will notice a reduction of puffy or sore joints within a few hours or days. Occasionally however, you will need to persevere for 10 days to 30 days, particularly with established long-term injuries.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
12 Inch E005762 12 20310001 7340041106983
14 Inch E005762 14 20310002 7340041106990
16 Inch E005762 16 20310003 7340041107003
10 Inch E005762 10 20310000 7340041114650
18 Inch E005762 18 20310004 7340041114667

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this? Store
recommended by my vet for a torn check ligament on his front leg
Priscilla O on Jun 5, 2019
Needed to complete my set and there was a good price
Rebecca M on Jan 19, 2019
recommended by my vet for a torn check ligament on his front leg
Priscilla O on Jun 5, 2019
Vet recommended
Deanne B on Mar 1, 2019
Needed to complete my set and there was a good price
Rebecca M on Jan 19, 2019
Because my daughter wanted them
Lauren L on Dec 19, 2018
My horse needs wraps for emergency and these were recommended to me by my barn owner. She loves them for her personal horse. If she likes them, that's good enough for me!
June D on Dec 11, 2018
We utilize Back on Track Magnetic Sheets and love them. Wanting to add additional items to our resources for horse care.
Shannon A on Dec 5, 2018
My daughter bought an earlier pair of these wraps and really loves them so buying her another pair for Christmas gift!
Guy L on Dec 2, 2018
My daughter asked for it for Xmas gift.
Leslie Renee K on Nov 21, 2018
heard good things!
Brad H on Nov 2, 2018
to help with reducing swelling and discomfort during long trailer rides
Michelle W on Oct 29, 2018
Have been using the knee wraps my older horse. Once they are on he starts licking & chewing. My vet has recommended these to help in the healing of a back tendon of another horse.
Cindy K on Sep 10, 2018
My vet recommended them to support my gelding who is recovering from a tendon injury.
Juliet B on Jun 12, 2018
Back on Track is known for having really awesome products. When my mare came in with a windpuff, I knew I had to address the tendon strain. Hoping that we will get some continued care with these wraps!
Caleigh R on May 1, 2018
Have used them previously. Like there ease of application.
Gary Y on Apr 13, 2018
Have used before need to replace
helyn c on Mar 16, 2018
for hauling
Amanda M on Jan 30, 2018
My mare has a suspensory ligment injury. She gets swollen. These will help to keep the swelling down.
Margaret A on Aug 28, 2017
If the hock boots help , these should also help so wanted to try them
Liana B on Jul 17, 2017
The back on tracks help manage the swelling in my Andalusian's rear leg as he is healing from a suspensory ligament tear.
Michelle K on Feb 5, 2017
because all BOT items have been great!!!
RICKY I on Feb 2, 2017
I chose these items because my granddaughter requested them for Christmas/
Melba C on Dec 2, 2016
if your horse gets stoked up in the back end these work like magic!! helps circulate the blood.. this and the back on track blanket will make your horse feel a thousand times better!
Steve E on Nov 13, 2016
Recommended by my chiropractor - hopefully will be helpful to my mare, who has tendon problems.
Kathryn W on Oct 26, 2016
Use other Back On Track products. They are great!
Julie W on Oct 23, 2016
protect horses from injury
Glenna E on Aug 4, 2016
My mare has a tendon injury and degenerative suspensory disease. I'm hoping this product will add to her comfort and give support when being ridden
Kathy B on Jul 8, 2016
I use these on m horses a much as I can to help increase circulation and reduce inflammation. These were actually purchased for my daughter since I liked them so much.
Kate B on Apr 25, 2016
great quality and price
Tracy L on Apr 14, 2015
Friends have recommended the legs wraps and I have a young horse running barrels so am planning to extend her career by using legs wraps to keep her sound as needed. Also plan to use when trailering
TRACEY L on Oct 21, 2014
back on track products keep our horses on track...
larry k on Jun 24, 2014
Friends referred me to them
Lillian C on Apr 1, 2014
I'm always looking for ways to keep my barrel horse healthy, happy and athletically capable to keep up with competition and after reading many reviews on Back On Track products, I thought I'd give these Leg Wraps a try.
MICHELLE B on Mar 3, 2014
These boots were recommended by our farrier.
Janice S on Jan 21, 2014
Same. I have to try them out on him to see if they are as good as they sound like they are. Only time will tell. Quality seems good from the pictures so I guess at this point that would be the best selling point.
Sheryl M on Jan 7, 2014
Bought the fleece cooler and after reading all the amazing reviews on these products, decided it was worth the investment to keep my horses body and legs in good shape. We have very deep footing in my arena and I am always worried about his tendons and such, so thought by improving his circulation, his legs might be strong and more resistant to injury.
Dee W on Nov 24, 2013
Vet recommended
Deanne B on Mar 1, 2019
Because my daughter wanted them
Lauren L on Dec 19, 2018
Can this work as stable bandage?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I don't think so. They do hold in the horses own heat so they do get warm. You're supposed to use them at night.
My gelding is 16.3h TB with inflamed suspensory ligament on his near hind leg. I've been recommended these to buy, but not sure on what size. 14"?
Heather R on Apr 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Measure just below knee or hock to pastern to determine the correct size.
what material are these made out of ?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They're made out of Welltex fabric, which is a cotton/polyester blend material infused with ceramic powder.
Is the sizing the same for the back legs? Should it go above the hocks on the back legs?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They do not go above the hocks on the back legs, you use the same sizing. There is a hock wrap that can be bought separately. I will say these are taller (and nicer) than the other ceramic wraps I own (Lux).
Can you turnout in these boots?
Carrie on Oct 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: you could but I think they would get tatty very quickly as they are not designed for turnout and the material is very soft. ok for in stable
Can you turn out in these leg wraps?
Carrie on Oct 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My Daughter has used these on her horse for several years & loves them. She has turned him out with them on but last Spring when he was feeling pretty fresky he did rip a strip off when he stepped on it.
How many come with this?
Girly girl on Oct 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They’re sold in pairs of two
are these for the back legs too?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can use them for the back legs as well
Will these help a horse with navicular?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We use them on all of our Performance horse and two of them are pre navicular. I like the idea that it’s helping with circulation through the leg and foot. They aren’t the solution to make a navicular horse sound but definitely compliment other treatments for support and reduction of inflammation.
Would these wraps be recommended for a horse with chronic cellulitis?
Nancy B on Sep 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They can be a useful tool for cellulitis, but we have to recommend that you check with your veterinarian, who will be familiar with your horse's entire health picture.
Would this be good product for a senior horse that gets sore in the hocks?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: I purchased the quick therapeutic leg wraps off of a recommendation from my equine chiropractor who uses them on her dressage horses. They are nicely made and are easy to use but for some reason, my horse didn't like them. He kept kicking the ground when I put them on. They may have been generating heat if they are therapeutic and he didn't like the feeling. He is very sensitive. But, the quality was definitely there.
Are they come as a set of 4 ?
Kenzie on Apr 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Mine came in a set of 2. I don't know if they changed this since I bought mine, but I would count on a set of 2. The sizes are different for backs and fronts so a set of 2 makes sense as well.
What size is regular horse?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To say regular horse is to general and way off base what you want from these wraps. You want to make sure they fit for the best benefits. To get the best size for your horse go to back on track website and follow directions for both front and back leg measurements. They Are usually different
is this the price for just one?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It says in the product description, "sold as a pair." I bought them so long ago that I don't remember if I bought 2 or 1, but I can tell you I have 2, and I believe they came in a bag which supported the pair that I still have somewhere.
Can you turn your horse out with these on??
A shopper on Aug 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If your turn out is small & not an all day time frame I'd say OK AS LONG AS THE AREA IS FREE OF DEBRIS or anything the leg boots could get hung on. Not for all day in large area. Probably not recommended by BOT. The material is not designed for "wear & tear" situations. You would have to decide on a horse by horse activity level and the area for the turn out.
Is the price each or pair?
kathy b on Jun 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes they are sold as a pair.
Will they fit a half-draft? heavier legs that TB
Kathy B on Jun 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My large boned 1400lb QH has tons of room in them, so I would say yes!
For the leg wraps how many come 2 or full set?
A shopper on May 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 2 per set. I believe the reason for this is so you can purchase shorter ones for the front and larger ones for the back. Depending on your horse's size, I would get the 12 in for the rear legs. My horse is 15.1, QH.
Do the BOT's wrap under the fetlock (as you would wrap polo?)
A shopper on May 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I use my wraps for shipping to and from events and I always put the bottom velcro strap below the fetlock. Obviously they are short than shipping boots but my horses prefer these and their tendons are always in good shape after wearing them for a couple of hours. My best friend and I both use them and she wraps them the same way with same results.
my mare has short canon bones and has thyroid problems would this be good for her?
charli l on Apr 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I love the Back on Track boots, we use them to haul, before racing events, and after for recovery. It is a great product. I am not sure how this has to do with a thyroid problem.
Should they ever be used during workouts?
Ron M on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used them as leg wraps for trailering to and from events--1-2 hrs both ways for the last 2 years. I have not used them during events mostly to keep them clean and because they are a little bulky. Both of my horses have had cool, tight tendons and no lameness after their rides with these wraps! They are easy to put on and comfortable for the horse!
should it cover the coronary band on the front feet as suggested on package??
brooke m on Jan 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The pillow at the bottom will cover the coronary band. I love my bot's. Enjoy!
I have a horse that has had a suspensory injury on the front leg. WE have been rehabbing him for 8 months and now we can ride him and start showing him again. I noticed you say to leave the BOT wraps on after they are used to them for as much as 30 days. Does that mean they can wear them all the time? Or is it better to just use them periodically? He doesn't have any swelling. I do hose him after riding or put ice on him for 20 min. I have the wraps with the pad inside them.
Gloria H on Jun 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Once the Quick Wraps have been worn as directed for the first two weeks and the horse is used to the wraps, you can leave the wraps on all the time. However, I would remove the wraps occasionally/fairly regularly to wash them and keep the wraps clean and rub down the horse's legs. Also, if you plan on turning the horse out to pasture with the wraps I highly recommend you only do that for short periods of time and semi-supervised as the horse can get the wraps tangled up in fencing or anything else and you don't want to cause another injury of some sort. I hope that helps!!
how do you measure for the correct size? I am not sure how to measure, one blog says to measure from the point of the rear hock to the top of the fetlock, but the wrap seems to go over the hock?
Brenda V on Feb 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These wraps are designed to go from the pastern up to just under the hock joint. The 12", 14", and 16" sizes given are for the entire boot top to bottom. Measure your horse from the pastern up to just under the hock joint to determine the best size for your horse.
Can boots be used on front and hind or are there boots specific to hind legs?
Genny T on Sep 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well it is all size dependent. They are for both front and hind it just depends how big your horse is. I have a 16h TB and I got the size 12 for the front and the 14 for the back. I started by just ordering the middle size to see which limbs they fit best then I could tell which other size I needed for the other limbs. The 14 fit both the front and hind but it was a better fit for the rear, so I went a size down for the fronts. They are quick and easy to put on, but my horse doesn't always like the rear ones. He kicks a bit more when I put them on but I trailer him in them, or put on after a lot of jumping. I love the brand and have the fleece sheet too. Hope this helps
My vet recommended these for my 20 yr old gelding who just got a severe tear in both his Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon (bowed tendon) and Suspensory tendon of the same leg. I'm trying to figure out if the quick leg wrap or the no bow wraps are best for this type of injury...?
trailrider on Feb 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: well, I guess it depends on how much support you are looking for in this type of wrap. The quick wraps are good for just putting them on any time quickly and easily but won;t have the same support as the standard no bows so I guess if it were me and your vet was recommending the no bow standing wraps, I would go with those. I just use them to bring more circulation to my horses legs so they are tight and decrease how much he stocks up in the rear. great product though. Hope this helps
Our little 14 year old mule is turned out all the time with other equines. Every time I ride her for over 15 miles (trotting at least half the time) he gets swollen hind legs just between the hoof and the joint. She doesn't seem to be in pain, just that bit swelling. I wonder if this wrap will help us avoid it.?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I think they may very well help! I use them on my 22 year old warm blood and they made a difference for him. I have not used them this past summer because he is turned put at night. I noticed more swelling since I have not used them. I will start using them again this winter. I am very pleased with there products.