EasyCare Easyboot Cloud Hoof Boot

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EasyCare Easyboot Cloud Hoof Boot
The New Easyboot Cloud is a therapeutic hoof boot system designed to give comfort and support to horses with thin soles, abscesses, founder, laminitic stages, stresses of shipping, recovery after workouts or stalling on hard surfaces.  It also provides instant and ongoing relief for horses suffering from chronic lameness and general lower limb or hoof problems by aiding movement and reducing recovery time after injury or surgery.  The seams and edges are made of industrial strength Cordura® upper and are rounded for safety.  A padded collar provides additional relief to the pastern area.  Three air vents provide air circulation to keep the hoof cool while preventing the accumulation of dirt and debris.  Each Easyboot Cloud comes with a removable closed-cell EVA standard pad.  Replacement pads are sold separately.  The Easyboot Cloud may be used in conjunction with the EasyCare Therapy Click System®.  Sold individually.
  • Therapeutic hoof boot system for comfort and support for ailments
  • Provides relief from chronic lameness and lower limb or hoof problems
  • Air vents for circulation while preventing dirt accumulation
  • Secure fit allows for light turnout
  • Back folds down for easy installation and removal
  • EVA comfort pad conforms to the hoof and provides comfort and support to the sole
  • Supportive tread reduces loading of the peripheral hoof wall spreading weight across the entire solar area
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
0 E015315 0 SB-EBC-0 670786005133
00 E015315 00 SB-EBC-00 670786005140
1 E015315 1 SB-EBC-1 670786005157
2 E015315 2 SB-EBC-2 670786005164
3 E015315 3 SB-EBC-3 670786005171
4 E015315 4 SB-EBC-4 670786005188
5 E015315 5 SB-EBC-5 670786005195
6 E015315 6 SB-EBC-6 670786005201
7 E015315 7 SB-EBC-7 670786005218
8 E015315 8 SB-EBC-8 670786005225

Product Reviews by Customers

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An absolute surprise!
My gelding had two sore front feet which were radiographed and found to be free of laminitis. However, his soles were bruised and he had an abscess. After recommended treatment, he was still sore, and my farrier thought he could benefit from Easyboots. We measured his feet and put them on him as soon as they arrived. I expected that it might take some time for him to get used to the boots and to see improvement in his gaits. To my surprise, he moved off immediately in his new boots with absolutely no signs of soreness! And, after continued use, there has been no rubbing of his pasterns or other concerns. These boots are well worth the investment, and will go a long way toward making your horse comfortable.
October 10, 2018
4 weeks ago
Great product sofar.
I’ve had the boots only a little while and my horse loves them. She doesn’t wince when she steps on rocks when trailriding. No schaffing either. Fairly easy to put on and stays in place well. I’m not sure about the durability so am not giving it 5 stars yet. Before I bought these, I borrowed a pair and after one ride, those boots were ripping on the side. But I don’t know how old those boots were and how well maintained. Would still recommend these boots
August 5, 2018
3 months ago
Love Cloud Hoof Boots
Bought two for a Halflinger rescue who was very lame once her front shoes were pulled, assuming laminitis. You would never know she is lame when she wears these boots....she even cantered in them. In my opinion they are worth the money to keep her comfortable. Doing everything we can to get her sound but until then she will wear these boots.
July 5, 2018
4 months ago
Life saver
I don't think my granddaughter's pony would have made it without these boots. He foundered after getting into the grain bin. Xrays showed he had minimal rotation when we caught it, but was still hot. Even with meds he wouldn't walk. He walked perfectly with his boots on. After about 3 days I removed the boots and he was walking without them. I only put them on now if walking him for a distance and exercising him.
June 1, 2018
6 months ago
Excellent boots
They wear well and fit comfortably
April 18, 2018
7 months ago
Sad responses
I still havent received this item. I called and was told they would check on the status and I am still waiting. Plan on calling tomorrow and canceling order.
Will not be ordering from here any time soon.
November 20, 2017
11 months ago
Life saver!
So glad we got these. My 35 year old has a dropped coffin bone. I thought I was going to loose him. Hes been retired for awhile now. These boots keep him comfortable even with his debilitating condition. Thank you so much!
October 31, 2017
1 year ago
Good purchase
Excellent product, good price.
September 24, 2017
1 year ago
relief for footsore horses
I recently bought a pair for my 20 year old mare that suffers from navicular disease and laminitis...we have chosen to keep her barefoot in order to micromanage her trims every 2 weeks...she wears these for turnout with the herd, and is stabled barefoot during the night...she has literally changed from hobbling around to galloping in the pasture...they have also come in quite handy for our worst fly season in years...they absorb the concussion of stomping at flies...no sole bruising or abscesses this year from stomping at flies...I wouldn't recommend wearing them for 24 hrs a day, as the feet need to breathe and dry out during wet weather...the boots also need to dry out, so for that reason, I will probably get a second pair...I am anticipating that I will need to use them when the ground freezes before winter, as even the horses with healthy feet experience difficulty navigating hard, frozen, lumpy footing...there is a provision to use borium/carbide tipped ice studs to prevent slipping....these boots are easy to apply, stay firmly fastened, and stay on...best therapeutic boots out there, and I have bought them all....my mare has more shoes than most women I know...these ones get a 10/10!!!
September 23, 2017
1 year ago
WHAT a difference!
My horse and I LOVE these boots! He was dead lame, walking on egg shells due to flat feet, bad trims (former farrier)
and Cushing's disease. No kidding he went from pain and not wanting to move to trotting, bucking and playing in a matter of 15 minutes. He has his sense of humor back and is happy which makes me happy. I tried. Shoes, rubber boots (tough ones) and they didn't help. These boots are nothing short of a miracle for us. They are pricey and it was hard for a senior on a budget to come up with enough for two boots but I am so glad I did for his sake. These boots do stretch out. I ordered what the chart said, after a week they aredid stretch. I will order another pair so he has something to wear when I wash these I will order a size smaller. He's only been wearing these a month but they have been holding up pretty well. He wears them night and day for about a week, then I hose them off and let air dry. In the meantime since I don't have a second pair yet he has to go without but he is improving ever so slightly without them. They are truly sneakers for the lame horse. What relief they bring! My NEW farrier is tickled watching my horse move freely and is blown away in what a difference these boots have made.
September 23, 2017
1 year ago
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To help a foundered horse.
Mary E on Oct 11, 2018
To use when traveling to shows and have to stall in concrete stalls
NICOLETTE J on Aug 28, 2018
To help a foundered horse.
Mary E on Oct 11, 2018
vet recommended
Bonnie B on Sep 1, 2018
To use when traveling to shows and have to stall in concrete stalls
NICOLETTE J on Aug 28, 2018
I transport my horse long distances to rodeos so I want to make sure she rides in comfort.
Tara S on Sep 25, 2017
Vet Recommended for our Foundered horse
Karen J on Sep 18, 2017
My horse is always lame and I bought a set of these a couple weeks ago and it is amazing how better she moves and feels. I call them her house shoes. Highly recommend for any horse with hoof problems or has to stand in a hard surface pen all the time.
Drenda W on May 19, 2017
Help heal my mini horses feet from founder
Joy M on May 18, 2017
farrier recommendation....
Lisa A on May 7, 2017
I have a horse that foundered. I was using a different brand of boots with an insert to help him walk easier, but they rubbed the heel bulbs so much, that I needed to look at something different. These were suggested by my vet.
TONI G on Feb 24, 2017
recurrent foot abscesses after pulling shoes.
JOAN T on Feb 2, 2016
I liked these boots over the Softrides because I felt they are less bulky and lighter.
Fawn A on Dec 25, 2015
Needed boot for supporting leg after hock soft-tissue injury
Threw194 on Sep 30, 2015
vet recommended
Bonnie B on Sep 1, 2018
I transport my horse long distances to rodeos so I want to make sure she rides in comfort.
Tara S on Sep 25, 2017
I ride on asphalt a lot. Can I use this boot on my horse while riding?
A shopper on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Easy boot only recommends the boots for light turn out. The cloud is a wonderful boot when your horse is sore and it is Very easy to put on and can quickly be slipped on because they are loose and not tightly attached These 2 points are extremely important when a horse is so sore they can't hold their hoof up for more than a few seconds. BUT, it is not sturdy enough and will Not hold up under a lot of movement. For example, If the horse steps on it with the other hoof it will rip apart. It won't hold up under quick lateral movement. What makes the other boots "harder to put on" is what makes them stay on with movement because they are tightly attached to the hoof.
how do you figure out what boot size i will need?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Please use the link below to view sizing information.

How does the boot do in muddy conditions?
Steve A on Feb 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think it works very well. I have a Percheron with a bad front hoof. She lives in these boots now. We don't ride her anymore, she's a pasture ornament now. We try to leave the boots off about two days a week so that the foot can dry out, and we watch the weather forecast to pick two consecutive dry days. But whenever rain is in the forecast we put them back on her. One tip I do have is I've learned to use BRIGHT colored duck tape around the the velcro tops to keep the velcro clean, AND it also allows me to see that the boots are still on her feet from the kitchen window. I have the worst time with keeping velcro sticky, and the duck tape really helps with that. Get a good snug fit and everything will be fine.
If I have a horse that wears 2 degree wedge shoes and she throws a shoe in the front, can I use this boot on the foot she threw a shoe to keep her up until farrier can get to her? she is very sensitive on her feet
A shopper on Apr 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I think they might be a good option.

Our older gelding usually is shod on the front with wedge pads. When he foundered we used easy boot clouds about 3 months until he could be shod again and he did really well. We never tried it but you could consider putting the wedges under the pads in the clouds to see if that helps. If my memory is right the cloud pads do had a small wedge built into them anyway.
Would these hold up for a broodmare out on pasture?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely, yes. What I've learned from using the boot with my draft mare is that the boot CAN irritate the coronet band in the front. I've used a gauze wrap lightly around the coronet and secure that with a single wrap of electrical tape (because it's stretchy) to keep it in place and THEN put the boot on. Once you have the boot velcroed into place I wrap a brightly colored duct tape around the velcro to keep the velcro clean, but also I can see that she's wearing the boot from my kitchen window. The tractor has mowed boots before, but not since I've done the duct tape wrap. The boot is wonderful and I do recommend it.
Is 1 order for one boot only?
Elizabeth H on Aug 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Boots are ordered individually. Sometimes horses have slightly different size hooves. My boots have worked great!!!
Will it work on hind foot?
Angie O on Nov 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't see any reason it wouldn't work on a hind foot, however it is designed for the very sore horse particularly laminitic horses who can't get any relief. Most horses with a sore hind can quite comfortably rest that hoof until it heals without too much stress on the other hind. I guess if your horse has thin soles or a persistent abscess that has caused him to over work or over stress the other hind it may offer relief. Don't know what exactly you are trying to treat but if you are looking longer term or can't help your horse with a hoof wrap or poultice this may be a nice solution.
Would my mare be able to wear these boots during the wet and snowy winter for the purpose of keeping her soles dry?
Carol H on Nov 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, water still seeps in on the sides, and also it runs down the cannon bone and in through the top. When I have to keep my mare's sole completely dry, I keep her in her stall with the boot on and keeping the stall completely clean. My mare has recurring abscesses that start from stone bruises, and it's even worse when the ground is wet and her soles get soft. So I understand *completely* the need to keep it dry.
how do you get replacement pads?
A shopper on Dec 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Honestly I've never ever used the replacement pads in this boot. I went through a set of pads every week in the Therapy boots. In these clouds, the pads are so thick and they fit to snug into the Cloud boot that I have NEVER had to replace the pads. I pull them out and wash them off, but I still have a set of pads that I bought as a replacement that are in unopened packages (1 pad per pkg.) My horse lives in these boots now. She really cannot go for long without them. I do try to give her a couple of days a week without them, but she's gone two weeks straight with them on (I remove them when she comes in to eat or in for the night, depending on the weather,) but she has a double stall with shavings and this gives her hoof time to dry before putting the boot back on and going outside. My horses are not kept in their stalls unless the weather is bad.
Sold singular, as pair, or set?
Dessire t on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This boot is sold as a single. It comes with extra pad.
Is this boot waterproof?
Verla M on Aug 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No. Water can get in. But then water or sweat runs down the leg and enters from the top also. No boot is truly waterproof.
How do you measure the hoof for size?
A shopper on Mar 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Stand the horse on heavy paper or non-corrugated cardboard and trace around the hoof. Here is a link to the size chart:
How do they do in muddy conditions?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Wouldn't suggest it. I took ours off when it was muddy because my mare was lame on the hard ground. Even still, water and dirt gets inside. They did work great for what we needed them last year and got her through comfortably till she had surgery.
Is it advisable to use boots on both front feet or does one work as well?
A shopper on Mar 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do, because I think balance is important. The pad in these boots is so thick, that if there was a shoe on the other foot I might not worry about it, but my horses are barefoot and I've tried booting one hoof before and she got a sore shoulder on her good side from the difference in height. But booting the other hoof is something you could go without for a while and see if your horse has a problem. If they do, try two boots up front, or a boot and a shoe (if you shoe your horses) My mare got a sore shoulder and she was definitely uncomfortable in one boot, so I now buy two at a time and boot both front hooves.
I have a horse that needs sole support while transitioning to being barefoot, but he also popped and abscess and I won't be surprise if there are more to come. Is this boot likely to aggravate the abscess area on his coronary band?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Cloud and the Therapy boot have worked best for me (Therapy boots fit better on more club footed horses) and dont seem to cause discomfort on the abscess opening. The transition boot would also be an option though it does fit a little lower. Depending on your footing and soreness, your horse should move better as soon as you put the boots on.
My gelding measures 5"across by 6"long so what size in the cloud boot should he wear?
Rebecca T on Sep 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: https://www.statelinetack.com/ContentFiles/Sizing_Charts/E015315.jpg
Please look over items size chart.
I am in need of a boot asap, but your website says they ship in 1-2 weeks. Any chance of sooner shipping?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately not. This boot ships directly from EasyCare and that is the lead time they have posted.
I have a 13h halflinger. How tall are the boots? he has short pasterns.
A shopper on Aug 11, 2015