Professionals Choice Ice Boot

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Product Summary:

Professional's Choice Ice Boot

Sold in pairs, these therapeutic boots can be used on both front and hind legs. A neoprene exterior insulates the frozen gel pockets, keeping the boots colder longer, thus increasing the therapy time. A smooth nylon lining eliminates the potential for damaging the tissue from exposing the skin directly to ice, while also preventing dirt, shavings, and debris from sticking to the boots. Extended hook straps allow easy application for all horses. To activate, just place them in a freezer until frozen, and then transferred to an ice chest or cooler for use away from the barn or a freezer. Packaged in a convenient set of two, these boots also come with a mesh carrying bag.


  • Neoprene exterior
  • Smooth nylon lining
  • Extended hook straps appropriate for sizing
  • Mesh carrying bag included
Item Specifications:

Standard: 13¾" tall x 15" wide
Large: 17" tall x 17" wide

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large E012212 LRG IB200-BLA 782146275565
Standard E012212 STD IB100-BLA 782146275558

Product Reviews by Customers

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These boots had great reviews
Sherry W on Jan 28, 2019
Needed a second pair. Already have one pair and needed another.
Andrea G on Aug 17, 2018
These boots had great reviews
Sherry W on Jan 28, 2019
I chose these because they are easy to use.
Mignon S on Jan 3, 2019
Needed a second pair. Already have one pair and needed another.
Andrea G on Aug 17, 2018
horse needs it
Marinus H on Aug 2, 2018
becuz they are great. stay wicked cold forever and work on all legs. even mine.
Jennifer W on Apr 14, 2018
I love professional choice and this is a good buy for ice there boots.
Elizabeth M on Jul 6, 2017
Great boots! Fit horse perfect!
Christie R on May 21, 2016
Wanted to give these a try.
Dee V on Feb 27, 2015
My 28 year old gelding suffers from pain from a thickened suspensory ligament. My vet recommended icing to help decrease the inflammation.
Michelle T on Jun 30, 2014
I chose these because they are easy to use.
Mignon S on Jan 3, 2019
horse needs it
Marinus H on Aug 2, 2018
Do they come in pairs?
A shopper on Jul 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Ye, they do come in pairs. I use mine almost daily, and love them.
do the professionals choice ice boots come with ice or is it just the boot and you would have to buy the ice seperatly?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the boots come with ice. The ice is NOT removeable and is permanently incorporated into the boot. Some boots have removeable ice. After reading multiple reviews about problems with that design, I chose the boots with the non-removeable ice. I have been very happy with them. These boots conform nicely to my horse's entire lower leg. As the ice melts, the boot becomes less snug, so make sure you start with it quite tight.
do they cover the knee as well?
April H on Jun 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If done up just above the hoof, they finish just below the knee. However, if you wanted to ice the knee, they are stretchy (it is possible to get them good and tight) and could be wrapped around the leg to cover the knee.
Do the ice boots sold come as a pair of two or a set of four?
edward s on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: As a pair of 2
my mare injured her outer flexor tendon, do these fit over the fetlock area?
A shopper on Feb 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can slide them to where you want but have to say, they don't really make the leg that cold. Probably a ziplock cold water bag mixed with ice and wrapped around the area with a polo wrap would work better. You just have to stand there and watch them the whole time.
does Professionals Choice Ice Boot really work?
Allison S on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a horse that sustained an injury to his suspensor liagment. The vet estimated a 4-6 week recovery. I used the Professional Choice ice boot every day that first week. The vet was pleasantly surprised with his progress the following week...the heat was gone and swelling was significantly reduced. Does it really work? That probably depends what you're using it for. The ice boot is easy to use. I just stuck it in the freezer and then wrapped it around his leg. The design makes it easy to apply the cold to the injured spot. Wrap tight. The wrap loosens as the ice melts. I haven't tried other products, but was happy with this purchase. Others in the barn have used these wraps and have had positive comments. Faster, easier and more effective than cold hosing.

The ice packs are NOT removeable. Some models offer that feature. I've seen mixed reviews on the removeables, so decide on this style. I'm happy with this product.
Are these boots good for laminitis?
Maggie D on Mar 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Any icing you do is good for laminitis. However these boots are more designed to cool the legs and tendons and not the hooves themselves. Ice Horse makes a good ice boot designed for the hoof and pasturn which is more beneficial to laminitic horses.
If you are buying two sets for front and hind are you purchasing the large for hind or standard for all 4?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I would get standard for all. The length of the Velcro allows you to wrap it with excess boot that should accommodate the hind. If too large, they tend to fall down the leg. Hope that helps
My mare has a club hoof, the ligament gets very tight, trying to decide if heat would help loosen it up or if cold would help. Could I heat these boots too? or only freeze them??
A shopper on Nov 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have thse boots and they are cold only. My friend has a horse with a club foot. The vet gave her prescription DMSO.