Kensington Draft Fly Boots

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Save up to $95.57 when you buy our Kensington Draft Horse Fly Protection Package. Package also includes the 2 items shown to the right.

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Product Summary:

Kensington Draft Horse Fly Boots

These boots protect from biting insects, mud, sand, and dirt. They also prevent injury from stomping, keep flies from biting the horse's legs, and add protection. A plastic stay built under the fleece allows the boots to stay upright to protect the legs. Constructed of 1000 x 2000 weave Textilene mesh, these boots are designed specifically to fit Draft horses, and feature three adjustable Velcro straps and fleece trim for extra comfort.

Features:

  • Stay-Up Technology
  • 3 Velcro hook and loop closures
  • Fleece trim
  • Sold in pairs
Item Specifications:

Size:
Draft Horse: 16"H x 18"W

Material:
Textilene Mesh/Fleece Trim

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black Ice Plaid E006432 BIP KDFB2013 789088085917
Black E006432 BLK KDFB121 789088065414
Blue Ice E006432 BLU KDFB141 789088071682
Dark Blue E006432 DBL KDFB181 789088097422
Deluxe Hunter E006432 DHT KDFB106 789088097415
Lavender Mint Plaid E006432 LVP KDFB2017 789088088369
Plum Ice E006432 PLM KDFB131 789088071675
Deluxe Red E006432 RED KDFB161 789088071699

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the horse size are just a little to small for the hind legs on my guy, hoping these will fit bet, love the colors and the durability
sylvia s on Feb 24, 2018
Our draft gets horrible fly bites and scrapes from his huge feet trying to scratch those fly bites. These keep everything clean and fly - free
ginni h on Nov 29, 2017
the horse size are just a little to small for the hind legs on my guy, hoping these will fit bet, love the colors and the durability
sylvia s on Feb 24, 2018
We love these fly boots and they save us lots of money when our horses are wearing them, that we would have otherwise spent on sprays. The horses don't mind them at all and they wash and dry easily as well!
Dana H on Dec 11, 2017
Our draft gets horrible fly bites and scrapes from his huge feet trying to scratch those fly bites. These keep everything clean and fly - free
ginni h on Nov 29, 2017
I have an 18.3 gigantic Percheron gelding. His flytraps have lasted him 2 years and are just starting to show some wear, so time sir new ones. He's pretty tough on his things.
Paula Y on Aug 29, 2014
My horse is allergic to fly & mosquito bites
Rita D on Apr 19, 2014
We love these fly boots and they save us lots of money when our horses are wearing them, that we would have otherwise spent on sprays. The horses don't mind them at all and they wash and dry easily as well!
Dana H on Dec 11, 2017
I have an 18.3 gigantic Percheron gelding. His flytraps have lasted him 2 years and are just starting to show some wear, so time sir new ones. He's pretty tough on his things.
Paula Y on Aug 29, 2014
are these a set of 2 or 4 ?
A shopper on May 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Set of 2. I was really pleased with them, they are a little softer than some and fit my boy great.
I have a draft cross. He's only 15.1, but he has thicker legs than a QH. How do I know whether he needs draft or horse size?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a mammoth donkey. I ordered the draft fly boots in error and didn't realize it until I received this e-mail. The velco that goes around the boot is the issue.The top and bottom straps don't go around as far as the middle strap which causes it to slip down on his hoof. Look at a mammoth donkey online and compare. If your animal has thicker legs then mammoth - I would suggust the draft boot.