Roma Thick Bottom Rubber Bell Boots

$15.59
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Black

$15.59

Buy 2 or more, each at $14.34
Buy 3 or more, each at $14.03
Buy 6 or more, each at $13.72

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Gum

$15.59

Buy 2 or more, each at $14.34
Buy 3 or more, each at $14.03
Buy 6 or more, each at $13.72

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

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Product Summary:

Roma Thick Bottom Rubber Bell Boots
 
These thick bottom, pull-on rubber bell boots provide added strength against tearing.   Helps prevent overreach injuries.  Perfect for everyday use.  Excellent for horse that are hard on their bell boots.
 
Features:
  • Thick bottom for durability
  • Helps prevent overreach injuries
  • Perfect for everyday use 
Specifications:
 
Size:
Full 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E011951 BLK 180236 9329028030211
Gum E011951 GUM 180240 9329028087437

Product Reviews by Customers

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Love these boots
We love these boots. We have a three year old who kept pulling shoes and we put these on and haven't lost a shoe since. They are very sturdy and well made.
September 9, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Really not that hard to put on
I only buy these bell boots in black for my horse. Gum color is a softer stretchier material, does not hold up as well and runs larger. My horse has pretty big feet for a TB and wears the XL. They usually last about 6 months before developing a tear or a chunk is taken out of the bottom. These are fairly easy to take on and off compared to some other pull ons I have used. Best way: Turn boot inside out and place in hot water. Pick up the foot and stabilize the leg either between your knees or by putting the horse's knee on your thigh. With the bell boot inside out and still wet, starting at the toe pull with one hand on each side of the hoof. You may need to inch one side and then the other. Getting it over the heel without pinching fingers will be the hardest part. Once the boot is on turn it right side out and you are done. To remove: Pick up the foot, stand facing the horse's head, put the toe right above your knee (a towel is helpful to stay clean) and pull downward from the heal.
September 3, 2015
Nice quality but...
WAY too small. Like two sizes too small. They are also a pain in the butt to get on that i was forced to cut one of them off. Then the other (which also refused to come off) was broken instantly when my horse stepped on it barely.
July 15, 2014
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My horse recently started forging
Haley M on Apr 23, 2016
My horse recently started forging
Haley M on Apr 23, 2016
These used to come in medium, large and extra large. What size does "full" correlate to?
A shopper on Sep 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would say large. It really depends upon what size shoe your horse wears
Does a size small fit a pony ?
Starr on Oct 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These boots are available in full size only, for average horses approximately 800-1100 lbs.