EasyCare Back Country Boot

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Product Summary:

The Easyboot Glove Back Country takes the best features of the Easyboot Glove and combines them with the Easyboot Trail. The Glove Back Country concept pairs the form-fitting fitting Glove chassis and incorporates an easy to secure upper modeled after the Trail.
The Easyboot Glove Back Country is Adorned With Features
Comfort Cup Gaiter is incorporated into the rear of the boot for the latest technology in support and protection of the soft tissue areas.
• Lightweight upper stabilizes the boot on the hoof

• Quick and easy to put on and take off: no strength or force required. 

• Completely convertible: built on the Easyboot Glove chassis, this boot can be converted into an Easyboot Glove or Easyboot Glue-On (note: additional accessories required).
 
• Sold Individually.
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to save my lazy horses hooves. She doesn't pick em up
Jerry A on Apr 8, 2016
EasyCare boots were recommended by my farrier as well as friends and family. I spoke to an EasyCare customer service representative who was very friendly and helpful in selecting the best boots for my horse. I received them very quickly! The quality is very nice, I would highly recommend them. I love them and I think my horse does too!!!
Cindy on Sep 18, 2015
I have an older pair of the easy boot glove in,this size and it has always worked very well,for me. Need a new pair of boots and this seemed to be the closest to,what I,had. Tried others but have lost them and had to,reapply during rides. Never with the old glove. Hope,this works as well!
Linda K. W on Sep 25, 2015
Very durable. Good fit. I have used these for a year with excellent results. They are easy to put on and I have never lost one.
Valerie I on Aug 25, 2015
what is best way to measure hoof? - width in 2 places and depth 1 way or?
robin c on Sep 2, 2014
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Can I just use 2 boots for the front feet that are tender on trail?
Caroline F on Nov 30, 2016
Best Answer: Two boots work very well. It won't hurt your horse to go barefoot in the back with boots in the front. However a trail may be rocky and dangerous even though you were told in advance that it was safe. After a while I began to use all four boots even though we were told that no boots were needed at all, because there are almost always unexpected rocks. I hope this answer makes sense.
Reply · Report · Valerie I on Nov 30, 2016
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Is shoe size same as boot size?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2016
Best Answer: Good question -- and no, shoe size is NOT the same as boot size. Here is a link to EasyCare's size chart from the product description:
http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/EasyBootBackCountrySizeChart.jpg
The easiest way to measure the weight-bearing surface of the hoof is to stand your horse on cardboard and trace closely around the hoof. Measure both right and left hooves because they may be different sizes.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jun 10, 2016
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can these be worn in water?
Cindy on Aug 30, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, you can ride through water with the Backcountry. There are no drain holes in the bottom, but the water will squish out quickly enough once you're back on dry land. Mud is worse than water - mud tends to clog up the velcro and result in the flaps coming loose. I always wrap duct tape four or five times around each boot before setting out on a muddy ride, or going someplace where I really don't want to lose a boot, like the very rocky Yosemite high country. Works like a charm.
Reply · Report · Heather P on Aug 30, 2015
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My filly has hard, high-heel, feet. Living in the Midwest I do not put shoes on her, but planning a trip to CO, rough terrain. What boot would you recommend? When she had shoes, it was a 00. I will be measuring her hoot this week-end. ty, ld
Linda D on Mar 27, 2015
Best Answer: I have this boot and it easy to use, without measuring there is no way to determine size vs a shoe size.

I would recommends once she is barefoot and has had a trim to measure and go with closest fit for there. Keep in mind for how many wks outside a trim. A lot of these boots don't work well with high heels so, you may want to get your farrier or trimmer to measure and contact easy care for questions
Reply · Report · Karen V on Mar 27, 2015
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I don't see the size I need. My QH's feet are 4.2" wide and 4.6" long. Size?
A shopper on Apr 25, 2016
Best Answer: In an answer below this is the link also, a friend of mine had problems with sizing and Easy Boot Company Customer Service, was very help full. Good Luck. description:http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/EasyBootBackCountrySizeChart.jpg
Reply · Report · Terry A on Apr 25, 2016
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can a horse who trots 85 percent of the time (endurance) wear and hold these backcountry boots?
A shopper on Mar 6, 2016
Best Answer: I trail ride and sometimes jump with these boots. There has never been a problem. However my farrier recently showed me a boot made of clear plastic that was lighter weight and even easier to put on. They cost more and my old boots are still in good shape. I am considering trying out the new boot next time I need to replace the old ones. Can't remember the brand name of the new boot.
Reply · Report · Valerie I on Mar 7, 2016
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This comes with 1 or 2 boots?
Jessica H on May 29, 2015
Best Answer: It is one boot. Boots are sold separately in case you need two different sizes.
Reply · Report · Lynn C on May 30, 2015
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How to fix gator? How do you get the screws out? have tried everything, just want to replace the gator
Terry A on Jul 27, 2015
Best Answer: Honestly, your best bet for repair assistance is to contact EasyCare directly. Fixes made without their approval may void any warranty. Their phone number is 800-447-8836 and the web site is https://www.easycareinc.com/
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Jul 27, 2015
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About how long do they last?
A shopper on Mar 22, 2016
Best Answer: hello..I had my set approx 1-1/2 years... I purchased a pair to use on trails, groundwork, after trims or any issues with hooves.. Never a problem keeping them on.... But.. After 1 year of use ...everyone at the barn wanted to try them... I allowed a friend to use on her larger horse and within 6 months I noticed they were beginning to stretch out. 1 of them came apart while on my horse during ground work".. They are very sturdy if you get the right size and do not allow anyone to borrow for this reason.. I immediately purchased another set. I might add that....my farrier recommended and uses on his horses. And he measured hoof size for me. Be sure to get the correct size??
Reply · Report · Denise M on Mar 23, 2016
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if shoe is a size 1 what is the boot size? (5 1/4 inches each way)
marie t on Feb 2, 2015
Best Answer: Here is a link to the sizing chart:
http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/EasyBootBackCountrySizeChart.jpg
5 1/4" is about 134 mm, which on the size chart is a size 2.5 Wide.
Please double-check the hoof measurement and measure very, very exactly after a fresh trim.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Feb 13, 2015
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Would these boots work for a pigeon toed horse with a stone bruise on the outside 3rd of the foot?
tamdwells on Dec 16, 2014
Best Answer: Let me tell you my experience and then compare the situations. Our horse had an abscess that was breaking through in 2 places of his sole. I soaked his foot daily for a couple weeks and wrapped with 4x4's and duct tape till I finally purchased the Easy Boot. My only regret I didn't order the boot the first day and save myself so my headache with soaking and bandage change. The Easy Boot was an answer to prayers and SO MUCH easier to his daily dressings. Now as to the stone bruise I would think it would help, the dense rubber sole of the boot should provide your horse with the protection he needs till it heals and hope it doesn't lead to an abscess. Good Luck!!
Reply · Report · Deanna C on Dec 16, 2014
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can I use these boots on the back hooves?
paula b on Dec 4, 2016
Best Answer: I ordered these for her front, but the Easy Care rep told me I could order for the back as well. I STRONGLY suggest ordering their kit that helps you find the exact size you need for your horse. The measurements I took showed she would wear a 1. I saw a post about ordering the kit and I'm so glad I did!! She actually wears a 0. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Carmen C on Dec 4, 2016
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how do I order the sizing boots?
Laurie B on Mar 1, 2015
Best Answer: Here is a link to the sizing chart shown in the product description:http://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/EasyBootBackCountrySizeChart.jpg
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Mar 2, 2015
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the length of my horse hooves are between 83 & 89 mm; what size would fit my horse?
A shopper on May 29, 2015
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