EasyCare Easyboot Trail Hoof Boot

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EasyCare Easyboot Trail
The new Easyboot Trail is the easiest hoof boot in the world. The Easyboot trail can be easily put on and removed by young or old hands. The infinitely variable attachment system assures booted success for a broad spectrum of hoof sizes and shapes throughout the trim cycle. The boot opens up completely to easily slip on and off over most hoof shapes and sizes. The rear double Velcro attachment protects the entire hoof wall and keeps the boot firmly in place. 

The EasyCare Easyboot is sold individually.
If you are a pleasure rider or a backcountry rider, this is the boot for you. The Easyboot Trail is recommended for medium-distance riding of up to 25 miles per week (usually an average of 1 - 1 1/2 hours a day).

How to get the correct size boot for your horse:  

  1. Trim Hoof - Before measuring, ensure your horse’s hooves have been correctly trimmed with all flare and excessive length removed. We also recommend that the edge of the hoof wall, where it meets the ground, be beveled (rolled) with a rasp. This removes the sharp edge of the hoof wall and prevents chipping and white line separation. 
  2. Select Size - Accurately measure the length and width of your horse’s hoof at the widest point. From the chart attached, select the size that matches the measurement.
Downloadable Resources
Easyboot Trail Size ChartEasyboot Trail Measurement Sheet

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My mare bruised both front hoofs. My farrier recommended these in order to let her feet heal and still ride her. Said in the situation shes in it would work better then shoes.
Michelle K on Aug 18, 2015
This came highly recommended..
CARRIE L on Mar 6, 2015
Only place had it in stock
Susan A on Aug 8, 2015
Reviews seem mostly pleased with product and they were in my price range.
NANCY S on Jan 4, 2015
My horse is measuring between a 4 and a 5. Which size would be best? She wears 00 shoes, if that helps at all.
Jackie N on Jul 26, 2014
Best Answer: They come in smaller sizes than sold here. My horse measures 4 1/4 and would take a size 1 which isn't an option here.
Reply · Report · Susan B on Mar 2, 2015
Do these boots come in pairs or is the price for all four feet?
Jan W on Jun 25, 2014
Best Answer: Sold each not in pairs or all 4.
Reply · Report · Susan B on Mar 2, 2015
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I have a horse that his front hooves are more square than round. Would these work for him?
Laurel C on Apr 28, 2015
Best Answer: Your best bet is to ask your carrier before buying horse boots. He knows your horse's hooves best. I use Easyboot Trail boots on my horse. She needs a "natural" trim to help protect the bottoms of her hooves which get soft otherwise. The trim tends to be more square in front. The easy boots fit her well, stay on, & she seems happy with them.
Reply · Report · Charlotte R on Apr 28, 2015
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I love the look of these, but a very experienced horse trainer friend of mine said they are harder to put on than Cavallos or Old Macs. Is that true?
June W on Mar 16, 2014
Best Answer: I have this model and it is very easy to apply and remove, no twisting or other problems, have not lost one yet in a rough 200 acre rocky/grassy/water/mud pasture
Reply · Report · SUSAN W on Jun 28, 2015
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are they sold as a pair?
A shopper on Aug 6, 2014
Best Answer: They are not sold in pairs. Also, they were wonderful at the beginning. Much easier than most to get on the horse. Held up in very easy trail settings. The minute I started doing hard work with them (water crossings, mud, and with the horse sweating) one of them started slipping, sliding, and literally fell apart during one trail ride. This was my third trail ride using them. As much as I love the ease (I'm in mid sixties), they are not cost effective because they can't hold up unless conditions are perfect.
Reply · Report · Franki C on Aug 7, 2014
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how do you measure and get the correct size boots for my horse?
Ray W on Aug 17, 2015
Best Answer: I had my farrier help me right after a barefoot trim. We measured width and length in millimeters and there are links on the EASY BOOT web page to guide you. Have an assistant to ensure your horse is standing square when you measure. The boots slip on snugly, and I have a fellow rider who pulls on a nylon sock over the hoof first that keeps her mare's hooves clean and smooth,. When trying on the new boots do it under extremely clean conditions- I put a clean blanket down and had my horses hooves freshly trimmed. That way if they are too small you can return them for the next size up. My mare adapted to them quickly, I only use a front pair and we ride logging roads and rocky areas. The only time they came loose is when we got into a deep and wet swamp,the mud sucked them loose. Creek and river crossings have been just fine.
If your farrier is not helpful you may find someone local, ask the Back Country Horsemen group or other equine club if someone uses boots, and you will find a wealth of information and tips. Best of luck, and congratulations on getting rid of iron shoes!!
Reply · Report · Barbara B on Aug 19, 2015
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do boots rub and make feet sorse?
A shopper on Apr 30, 2014
Best Answer: We bought a pair to use after our Quarter Horse has an awful abscess and we didn't want to use the medicine boot anymore. So, he was in them all day in the paddock with snow and mud. He did not have any rub spots and did not mind wearing them at all. The bottom insert comes out so they were easy to clean/rinse. Very happy with them and will use them if we trail ride in rocky areas since he is a little sensitive. Very easy to put on and adjust.
Reply · Report · LISA T on May 1, 2014
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out of stock, when are they expected to be back in stock? 6/2/15
A shopper on Jun 2, 2015
Best Answer: This item is currently in stock.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Jun 2, 2015
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