Professionals Choice SMB3 Boot 2-PK

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Professionals Choice SMB-3 Sports Medicine Boots

The SMB-3™ is a hybrid between the two best selling protective boots, the original SMBII® and the new standard, the SMB Elite. The exterior is constructed with Professional's Choice signature limestone-based neoprene. Together with an Ultrashock lining, the SMB-3 safeguards the cannon bone, tendons and soft tissue, while absorbing energy from hoof impact.
 
The slightly longer suspensory strap stretches upon each impact of the hoof, allowing full ankle movement, helping to eliminate hyperextension of the fetlock. The SMB-3 is cut back at the lower front to allow for proper fit when used with an Professional's Choice bell boots. It also has binding with a slight stretch that creates a more snug fit, both along the top and bottom of the boot, helping to keep dirt out.
 
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Working on outfitting both of my speed horses with new equipment and the last set that I bought were perfect. Now I am ordering a second pair and the price is even less than before. Win, Win!
Hannah B on Apr 19, 2017
I have used this boot in the past and it has held up extremely well.
LYNNE P on Aug 28, 2015
I'm partial to professional's choice- love the quality, style, and peace of mind I get from using their products.
Lynn M on Nov 25, 2016
In my opinion these are the best most protective boots. They fit my horse like a glove. We are training for mounted search and rescue and wear these boots all around while walking through thick underbrush and small palmettos.
Katherine H on Aug 9, 2015
Need help with proper sizing and is there the same product for the back legs?
SABRINA G on Jan 31, 2014
Best Answer: Small would be a fine boned under 14.3, medium would be your smaller thoroughbred type at 15 to 15.2 or 15.3 and large fits my 16 hand warmblood. They also have back ones and I believe some sites sell them all together in one packaging.
Reply · Report · maria s on Jan 30, 2016
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Can these boots be used on either front or hind legs?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2016
Best Answer: They're specifically contoured and made for front legs .. I would look for a boot that's made for the longer bone and joint of the hind leg
Reply · Report · holly b on Dec 19, 2016
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Are these boots left /right specific or are the interchangeable?
A shopper on May 11, 2017
Best Answer: These boots are specific to right and specific to left. They are labelled. The velcro straps you want to always wrap from front to back.
Reply · Report · Katherine H on May 11, 2017
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are these good for barrel racing?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2016
Best Answer: I would assume they work fine for it, although I trail ride rather than show. This is the second set I have orderd - my last ones are still around but a little beat up. They are about 10 years old and still serviceable. Nice boots!
Reply · Report · Margo P on Jan 1, 2017
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What size is a small?
Katie on Jan 30, 2016
Best Answer: A large fits my 16 hand warmblood. A medium would be about a smaller thoroughbred15.1 to 15.3 say and a small would probably be a large pony to very small boned smaller horse say less than 15 hands.
Reply · Report · maria s on Jan 30, 2016
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what do I measure for the correct size - the cannon or the fetlock?
A shopper on May 22, 2016
Best Answer: I did not measure my horse when I bought but went by my guide which is anything 15.3 hands and above would be a large. Below 15.3 would be a medium to about 15 hands and below 15 hands would be a small. I imagine if you were measuring, it would be the back of the knee where the straight part starts past the round part of the joint where the boot would stop.
Reply · Report · maria s on May 23, 2016
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My horse currently wears SMB II 200s. Would that be a medium or a large in SMB 3s?
A shopper on Apr 11, 2017
Best Answer: My horse is a 16.2 hand Warmblood and wears a size large. I also have a 16 hand Warmblood that is a large also.
Reply · Report · maria s on Apr 11, 2017
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