Basic Neoprene Splint Boots

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Support and help protect your horse’s legs from being hit by the opposite or rear hoof. These long wearing boots are heavily padded neoprene with suede in the splint area. Slide through buckle and Velcro® closures for a secure fit.  Sold as a pair.
 
Size: Universal (Medium-Standard Horse Size 800-1100lbs)
 
Please note: Colors may vary slightly, due to differences in dye lots.

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Never used a splint boot before but I wanted some front leg protection that would not interfere with my Cavallo boots. These were low priced enough to give them a try
Audra K on Aug 20, 2015
Have had several pairs of these boots. Like their ease of use and durability.
KRISTIN J on Jul 1, 2015
Light protection easy on and off easy to clean great price
S I on Jul 6, 2015
I'm not doing real strenuous ridding, lots of trails and a little gymkhana work. So, I wanted reasonably priced protection and support for my horses legs. These are an excellent value for the non-professional!!
joyce g on Jan 28, 2015
would these fit my cob - sized horse? thanks :)
A shopper on Jul 28, 2015
Best Answer: Hello, unfortunately I think they would be a little too big for a cob. I bought mine for some very stocky Haflingers. You’re better off buying a pair where u can select "small" or "cob" like these http://www.horse.com/item/roma-peace-sign-splint-boots/E011955/ good luck!
Reply · Report · KRYSTAL W on Jul 29, 2015
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Is the price listed per 1 boot or for 1 pair? I don't want to enter a qty of 1 and have only one boot show up, LOL!
A shopper on May 12, 2014
Best Answer: Pricing is per pair - I ordered 2 pairs and 4 boots arrived.
Reply · Report · AMBER R on May 12, 2014
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Hi I just wanted to know if this product came with two boots?
Thank u!
Rachel S on Apr 27, 2015
Best Answer: Yes sold as a pair (2) They are great! I have tried all kinds of boots and these are really all you need for daily use. Easy to wash. :-) I would say they run true to size.
Reply · Report · Alison P on Apr 28, 2015
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Is there certain boots for the rear legs? Are these boots for the front? Is the Velcro supposed to be on the outside of the leg?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: Hi, splint boots are typically for the front legs, though they might work on the back. However, splint boots don't fit really well on the hind legs. And the velcro should be on the outside so that the padding protects the inside of the leg. The velcro goes front to back, so when you are done putting them on, the velcro tab should be pointing behind your horse. Good luck!
Reply · Report · MICHELLE M on Dec 1, 2014
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is this splint boot for both the front and back legs? Does it matter left or right leg? Thanks'
Greg M on May 29, 2014
Best Answer: Whether you use it on the front or back it doesn't matter same with sides. Watch the size I have a 14 hand horse and the mediums are to big so I have to wrap and then brace
Reply · Report · courtney b on May 29, 2014
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What Size is it?
A shopper on Mar 13, 2014
Best Answer: "horse size" avg. like a QH but they are semi adjustable
Reply · Report · KRYSTAL W on Jul 29, 2015
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Do you recommend these boots if my horse has a calcium deposit on his legs from hitting his legs together when he runs? or a different type of boot?
A shopper on Mar 12, 2014
Best Answer: I would definitely recommend these for your horse. Their main purpose and function is to protect the forelegs. Is the deposit on the inside of the leg? If so, are you sure it is not a popped splint?
Reply · Report · MICHELLE M on Mar 12, 2014
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