Cavallo Pastern Wraps 2-Pack

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Product Summary:

Cavallo Pastern Wraps

Cavallo Pastern Wraps are designed to easily wrap around the horse's pastern and attach to the boot. They offer an extra layer of protection for your horse’s soft skin when you ride. Sold in pairs.

Item Specifications:

Sizing:
Small: fits boots size 0-1
Med: fits boots size 2-3
Large: fits boots 4-6

Instructions for Use:
1. Velcro the Cavallo wrap around the hoof, keeping it low to the ground around the bottom of the bulb and drawing the elastic diagonally upward from back to front.
2. Place the boot on the hoof, toe first, ensuring that the wrap lies flat. Velcro the red tab from the pastern wrap onto the red Velcro on the tongue of the boot.
3. Carry on your boot fastening procedure as normal.
Remember that there is a break-in period required to soften the leather at the bulbs and around the collar of your horse's new boots. Like your own riding boots, it is recommended that time is taken to gradually break-in your boots. The first day the boots should be worn for 20-30 minutes, during turn-out or riding. The next day, you can increase the time and so on. Horse's hoofs, skin thickness, bulb sensitivity and conditioning can vary, so please monitor the wear and increase time in the boots as appropriate. You can speed up the break-in process by using a leather softener of your choice and/or riding through water.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large E001036 LRG 14391-3 635901727727
Medium E001036 MED 14391-2 853556001119
Small E001036 SML 14391-1 853556001102

Product Reviews by Customers

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Wanted to avoid any rub sores.
Carol H on Oct 1, 2019
I use these wraps every time I use the boots and so far no rubbing has occurred.
Frances S on Jun 1, 2018
Wanted to avoid any rub sores.
Carol H on Oct 1, 2019
The Cavallo Simple boots are super easy to put on, but have a tendency to move a little on both of my horses. Decided to give these a try, even though they have very mixed reviews. It iis more cost effective to have these available for long rocky rides rather than lose a Cavallo Simple boot out on the trail. Really hope they work, but from other reviews, it appears they may want to rethink the design.
Lakimbra B on Oct 28, 2018
I use these wraps every time I use the boots and so far no rubbing has occurred.
Frances S on Jun 1, 2018
my mare has started getting sores on the side of her hoof while wearing the boots. I tried these wraps from another rider and they worked fine.
Sherri H on Jan 21, 2018
used before needed new ones
Jessie S on Jan 25, 2017
I thought these would work well, they do not, don't buy.
Wendy S on Jun 2, 2016
Helps keep the Cavallo sport boots from rubbing.
JANET B on Jan 20, 2015
I need to put these under my horse's bell boots to prevent rubbing
Terry K on Jan 2, 2015
For my horse with moreupright hooves, gives pastern protection without adding bulk
KAREN R on Jan 22, 2014
previous pair wore out. Trail season is here so I needed new ones
Ann S on Dec 29, 2013
Elbow boil problems
Janice G on Dec 12, 2013
The Cavallo Simple boots are super easy to put on, but have a tendency to move a little on both of my horses. Decided to give these a try, even though they have very mixed reviews. It iis more cost effective to have these available for long rocky rides rather than lose a Cavallo Simple boot out on the trail. Really hope they work, but from other reviews, it appears they may want to rethink the design.
Lakimbra B on Oct 28, 2018
my mare has started getting sores on the side of her hoof while wearing the boots. I tried these wraps from another rider and they worked fine.
Sherri H on Jan 21, 2018
Can it be used on the back pasterns?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, the pasterns are part of the leg of a horse between the fetlock and the top of the hoof. This item is not that tall it will not fit around that area of the horse's leg.
Does this cover the bottom of the horses foot?
A shopper on May 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No it does not cover the bottom of the hoof - it wraps around the hoof front and covers up what I call the hoof bulbs (heels) - it makes the boot fit tighter, protects from boot rubbing, and less likely to slip off if horse had been freshly trimmed.
Does this cover the bottom of the hoof?
A shopper on May 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It does not cover the entire bottom of the hoof. It wraps around the very back of the heel. I never left mine on for extended periods of time, an hour at the most. I would use them while I was working my horse and they worked really well. I could see that during extended periods they could slip or wear holes. People at our barn actually use tube socks for long turnout times since they are cheap, washable, breathable and you can roll them back down over your boot to keep from working down and rubbing the heel on the boot.
Would these fit a draft horse like a belgian?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The large might fit a draft I went by their recommendation of a small wrap fitting the cavallo shoe 0-2 and the small fits my quarter horse who is a shoe size 2. So I would go by the shoe size that fits your horse
What do you measure for sizing?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/Sport-Boot-Measuring-Chart.pdf

Sizing:
Small fits boots size 0-2
Med fits boots size 3-4
Large fits boots 5-6
Will size 0 fit my minis???
A shopper on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The size chart provided was fairly accurate. The size of horses' hooves will vary within a breed, so accurate measurement for the individual is important.
Is there a hoof boot good for a horse recuperating from abscess with history of laminis? Even stalled he is sore.
Felice Y on Feb 23, 2015
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BEST ANSWER: The best person to ask this question to would either be a vet or your farrier; but my favorite hoof boot so far are the cavallo boots because they are easy to get on/off and they allow the hoof to breath and move normally. There are open slots above the sole to let debris and water out. The different brands of boots also have a different fit, and with the Cavallo, there is a different fit for different models, their regular sole is round where the slim sole is a 1/4" narrower on the sides than the length.