EquilIbrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps

$170.00
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SM

$170.00

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MD

$170.00

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LG

$170.00

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Shipping weight = 2.00 lbs.

Product Summary:

Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps
 
Magnetic therapy now available for your horse.  These soft and comfortable magnetic boots are designed to be worn in the stable.  Magnetic therapy's positive benefits include treating scar tissue, inflammation, swelling reduction, stiffness, muscle cramps and arthritis.  Can be worn on front or hind legs.  Ergonomic shape for ideal fit.  Can be used overnight or all day in the stable but should be removed for a few hours.  Ideal for horses and ponies.  Four powerful VITAflex® short magnets are included (2 for each chap) and can be placed anywhere within the chaps.  Not designed for turnout.  Please note, the Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps Long Magnet Replacement Pack is not recommended for use on this product.
 
Features:
  • Magnetic therapy for wear in stable
  • Can be worn on front or hind legs
  • Increases blood flow
  • Ideal for injury recovery
  • Ideal for tendon problems, stints, navicular, bone chips
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
LG E017797 LG 433103-GYL 643989749913
MD E017797 MD 433103-GYM 643989749920
SM E017797 SM 433103-GYS 643989749937

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how many magnets are in these?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Four powerful VITAflex short magnets are included (2 for each chap) and can be placed anywhere within the chaps.
When you refer to sizes what points on my horse am I measuring?
A shopper on Jun 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: To measure the horse’s leg, simply measure the circumference of the cannon bone at the mid point and follow the sizing guide below to determine which size the horse requires.

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