Basic Standing Wraps 4-Pack

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Authentic knit standing wraps, with folded in hook and loop closure ends.  These wraps offer additional support to the legs.  Helping to keep swelling down when injured or after a work out.  These wraps should not be used for medicinal purposes. Set of 4.
 
Size:
5"W x 10'L

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Susan P on Dec 31, 2015
Wraps to go with the Pads for traveling.
Mary H on Mar 4, 2015
Need more standing wraps so I can wash mine. He lives in these every night and anytime they are not able to be turned out after several round of cellulitis.
Michelle A on Jun 24, 2015
great for everyday use for wrapping bandages or use with quilts for trailering or stall bound
KELLY F on Feb 14, 2015
why do people wrap the horse legs with this ace wrap. What is the benefit from doing this?
veronica w on Apr 5, 2015
Best Answer: Standing, or track bandages (also called ace bandages) are used for a variety of reasons. They can help bandage a leg wound. provide support to legs under stress or out of condition, provide some protection for horses who knock their knees over fences, and other things as well. These bandages are a must to have in any tack box. The best ones tie with string ties, but others, that close with velcro, are also available. In any case, you need to put duct or masking tape over the closure once you are finished bandaging the leg so that it will stay in place and on the horse.
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Size?
A shopper on Dec 23, 2015
Best Answer: I didn't notice that these were shorter than standard wraps. All wraps seem about the same size to me. Sometimes people need more than one wrap to get the job done. If the horse is large, if you are wrapping a large area, if you wrap closely for some reason, etc. you are going to need more than one wrap. I generally hold my wraps on with duct tape even though I know they usually close with velcro or ties.
Reply · Report · SUSAN S on Dec 30, 2015
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can these work for trailering?
A shopper on Jan 3, 2016
Best Answer: These are not ideal for trailering. I would suggest shipping boots or something similar. You can wrap these around something that provides more cushioning, but shipping boots are much more safe for preventing injury to your horse.
Reply · Report · Harrison H on Jan 3, 2016
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Are they thin?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2015
Best Answer: They are very thin, and although have decent stretch, they tend to sag, slip.
Reply · Report · Chris D on Jun 23, 2015
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