Tough-1 Hoof Guard Boots

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Hoof Guard Boots

Made to protects hoof while holding in medication and conditioning oils. Made of a rugged PVC with solid bottom. Nylon strap and buckle aid in making a secure fit. Perfect for use as an emergency shoe replacement. Covers hoof wall and entire bottom to protect against splits and nicks when unshod. Measurements should always be taken on a freshly trimmed hoof to ensure proper sizing.
  
 
Sold in pairs. 
                                          
SM    5" wide   5" long   (Approx Shoe Size 0)
MD – 5 1/4" wide   5 1/2" long   (Approx Shoe Size 1)
LG –  5 1/2" wide   6" long   (Approx Shoe Size 2)
XL –   6" wide   6 1/2"  long  (Approx Shoe Size 3)
 

 

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large SLT901747 LG 66-9022-2-103 641997012517
Medium SLT901747 MD 66-9022-2-102 641997256973
Small SLT901747 SM 66-9022-2-101 641997012494
XLarge SLT901747 XL 66-9022-2-104 641997012524
XSmall SLT901747 XS 160 431 641997012531

Product Reviews by Customers

3.1 / 5.0
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just what was needed
size and description were accurate. Just what the horse needed.
Older horse had brused the bottom of his feet and just needed a rest for a short time. Good for that reason.
March 26, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Solid boot..
great boot for emergency.
The only downfall is that it is not size adjustable. You must be precise on measuring the hoof... any growth.. will also leave you bootless unless you carry more than one size.
October 25, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
good quality
These boots really held up to my pasture horse who had to wear them for a week to heal a wound on the bottom of his hoof. He was a little clumsy at first, but managed to keep them on. They were super easy on and off and very easy to clean.
October 29, 2015
boots
Low enough to allow for ventilation but easier to fall off, Just need to keep the animal from running other wise it will throw the boot, For the money it was worth getting,
September 21, 2015
Only good for a standing horse, stall wise.
I bought two sets of these boots. The rubber tore the first time in use on my flat footed boy who is fairly large in size. I tried everything to keep the boots in use there after... taping, with ties, even with bandage rap and ace bandage to keep it on. No use. The second pair I bought was for a club foot who needs shoes always too. It stayed on his hooves the two mile ride but when I got where I was going it had wore and bloodied his skin. So took them off to get home.. I have thought and thought how to salvage these boots for maybe use on my fillies that are here and there work... Today I took and drilled two holes in where they tore(both sets did in between the strap holes) took a washer over the drill holes and sewed with fish line the washer in to give the rubber strength in the pulling of the straps around the hoof....doubt it will work. .... buying some real boots here and now. These are a wasted product for any type of physical work at all.
November 23, 2014
Great product for holding in meds. Keeps foot clean and dry,
I bought these boots to help treat my horses for thrush. They do an excellent job of keeping the sole clean and dry, making the thrush treatments much more effective. With the exception of 60-75 days in summer, paddock areas remain wet and muddy due to the high clay content in my soil. These boots have been extremely helpful in fighting the "trush battle." They're very easy to put on and take off, and are made of high quality material that should last a long time. The only downside I've found is difficulty getting the strap tight enough to keep the boot on. I'm experimenting with various ways Velcro might be used to make tightening easier.
July 21, 2014
Good boot
My gelding had surgery for a tumor that grew between his frog and heel.I had to do bandage changes and a duct tape boot. That grew old very quickly. I decided to try one of these boots. I bought it a size bigger so that it could fit the bandaging. They do run a little large, so be aware of that. My gelding wears a size 1 shoe so I bought a size 2. Still a little big even with bandaging. Only negative for me is that the buckle is not easy to tighten. I just use a little duct tape to secure it to the bandaging. Problem solved. That being said, I can slip the boot on very easily, it keeps his surgery site protected and dry. (we are in the sierra mountains, so there is lots of snow )The price is right and its easy enough to work with. Definitely a life saver for me and my boy!
January 13, 2013
Dont buy these
I bought these for my horse I ordered a size smaller & they do not fit they fall off after 2 steps & are heard to buckle
September 7, 2012
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I would never sugest these boots to anyone. They rubbed my horses heels raw!! Even with wraps it didnt help it from rubbing. They fitted well, but Not worth it! And they fall off on difficult terrain. As for the rating, I would rate these a ZERO!
June 19, 2012
Great Product
I bought these for our tender footed mare. They did great on the trial ride but did not stay on in the soft sand of the arena. The buckle also broke a couple of weeks after we got them. We were able to fix them and continue to use them with little problem. They do come a little small, it was a benefit when the buckle broke as they were well fitted around her hoof. Overall a good product for the price.
September 28, 2011
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New product, looks smart and reasonable
Cara D on Oct 6, 2018
Price and practicality, keeping bandage cleaner, dry.
Joann S on Jan 18, 2014
New product, looks smart and reasonable
Cara D on Oct 6, 2018
canker
Shannon B on Jun 21, 2018
Price and practicality, keeping bandage cleaner, dry.
Joann S on Jan 18, 2014
canker
Shannon B on Jun 21, 2018
need boot for miniature horse?
Rexine M on Oct 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: SM 5" wide 5" long (Approx Shoe Size 0) is the smallest size available you may wish measure your mini .
does it come with two or four boot?
A shopper on Apr 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It comes with 2 boots.
Is there a hoof boot good for a horse recuperating from abscess with history of laminis? Even stalled he is sore.
Felice Y on Feb 23, 2015
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BEST ANSWER: The best person to ask this question to would either be a vet or your farrier; but my favorite hoof boot so far are the cavallo boots because they are easy to get on/off and they allow the hoof to breath and move normally. There are open slots above the sole to let debris and water out. The different brands of boots also have a different fit, and with the Cavallo, there is a different fit for different models, their regular sole is round where the slim sole is a 1/4" narrower on the sides than the length.
i don't know what size to get he's a Q H 4 year's old still growing every day LOL i think he is a medium but don't know would a hoof guege help me ?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I took a piece of card stock out to the barn and set his hoof on it, traced around with a pencil several times, then I was able to take the paper inside and measure with a ruler very accurately. This boot was thick and sturdy, but I did not have much luck getting it to stay on. Duct tape helped a little. Someone suggested using an old car tire inner tube, from a local dealer, cutting a section, and sliding it over the hoof, folding the excess up, and taping it around the cannon bone. I have not tried this, but it sounded simple and waterproof.
Good luck with whatever you choose! : )
would a small fit a standard size shetland pony?
A shopper on Oct 21, 2013
BEST ANSWER: A small size measures 4 1/2" X 4 3/4" compares to a size 0 horse shoe. The best bet would be to measure your ponies hoof in both directions and determine the size comparison. You don't want too tight of fit, but too loose will fall off. Be careful pulling the back straps too tight as they will tear through the rubber slots.
I used them on an old kids horse that foundered before putting on horseshoes with pads. Helped him to walk much better without pain. Good luck!
Jamie
What type of boot would you recommend for a foundered horse?
A shopper on Jun 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used these boots (4) for my foundered mare. But One must be diligent about monitoring whether or not they stay on. One thought I had was to use duct tape to secure them. I got Dermosedan gel from my vet to use when the farrier visited. That was when I could easily get these on my mare. The boots functioned very well. But they don’t start secure.
How durable are these?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These boots are VERY durable. I have several pair, in different sizes. The only issue I have w/ these boots, are not in quality at all. The issue is sizing. I have a old mare w/ different size hooves. I have a gelding whose hooves fall "in between" sizes. The problem w. him was that, if too loose, they will fall off... (you may want to try wrapping hoof loosely w/ vet wrap, if the boot is a little to large) One of the boots on my boy was really snug and caused skin irritation and bulb bruising. However, he is not typical... and I am in process of treating inconsistencies in his hooves. I didn't think any of these things through when I purchased however, it is easy to not consider, when we are looking for a solution for another issue. I hope this helps some. :)
Are these boots used for tenderhooves on the road/trails or to keep bandages on?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I am using these boots to hold medication on and to give relief from walking on tender feet. They may be fine for very light riding but I would not count on them for extended rides or rough terrain. IMO. You may want to add a thin sock or a thin layer of vet wrap around the coronet band as they have a tendency to rub there on my mare.

I would also like to add at this time, to size the boots per you horses shoe size, not the measurements. The measurements give are for the out side dimension of the boots.
Size chart?
A shopper on Jul 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: SM 5" wide 5" long (Approx Shoe Size 0)
MD – 5 1/4" wide 5 1/2" long (Approx Shoe Size 1)
LG – 5 1/2" wide 6" long (Approx Shoe Size 2)
XL – 6" wide 6 1/2" long (Approx Shoe Size 3)
What are the best boots to go over shoes to help protect my horse feet on trail ride (sticks and rocks)?
Jana N on Sep 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I Got a couple pairs of tough1 boots to use for keeping medication clean after application on dirt lot for my horse, on the basis that they are similar to Davis Med boots. I really don't care for the securing system, but they stay on fairly well in a limited area, though if he gets to running around, he can get them off. I think that if you were to use them trail riding, you will wind up spending a lot of time walking back down the trail to pick up your boots and putting them on again. Trying to get the stiff straps to tighten up is nearly impossible, they need to make a better securing system.For the use you describe, I would recommend either a Cavallo or Boa Boot. Much more expensive, but "there ain't no such thing as a free lunch" you get what you pay for and I don't think the less expensive Tough1 will work well for you. However you might get a second opinion.
What size shoes should I get if my horse wears size “00 horse shoes?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The only way to know is to measure the horse's hooves. The most accurate way is to stand the horse on non-corrugated cardboard (like a manila file folder) and trace closely around the hoof. This way you're sure to get all the weigh-bearing surface.
what size is a 5 1/4 by 5 1/2?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Size 1 shoe.
Where could I find no slip boots for miniatures?
carolyn N on Oct 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Please contact our customer service department and we would be more than happy to assist you!