Professionals Choice SMB II Boot 2-Pack

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Professional's Choice SMB II Boots
Made from limestone-based neoprene, the Sports Medicine Boots II (SMB II®) are the longest lasting boots available on the market today. Limestone neoprene is shown to resist aging caused by exposure to the elements, such as direct sunlight, moisture, and dirt better than petroleum based neoprene.

Also, the SMB II is the only boot on the market with an antimicrobial inner-lining to prevent skin diseases, such as scratches.

SMB II's were designed to absorb a portion of the energy generated as the hoof impacts the ground. The more energy absorbed, the less energy available to deform and injure the soft tissues of the limb. SMB II's provide the highest proven levels of shock absorption, and help to prevent injuries associated with hyperextension of the fetlock.

Scientific testing at Oklahoma State University showed that the SMB II absorbs up to 45% of hoof concussion energy on some horses. Eight times more than traditional bandages!

Innovation in materials and design of the SMB II can be credited for the higher levels of shock absorption. This means your horse will experience less negative stress while training, competing and maintaining a daily routine. And, if your horse has been injured or is rehabilitating from bowed tendons or suspensory ligament pulls, wearing the SMB II's during exercise will help speed the healing process. Plus, the Sports Medicine Boots II get better with age. According to the scientific testing, actual use of the SMB II enhances its fit, function, and shock absorbing ability. SMB II's award-winning protection keeps your horse comfortable so you can concentrate on performance.

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Sizing Information
 

See the fit information below to select the appropriate size for your horse. As a general rule when fitting SMB® II boots, a horse will require one size larger on the hind legs than the front, unless there is no pronounced size difference in the fetlocks.

XSmall: 9” (20.32cm) fetlock circumference, 9.25” (23.50cm) boot height, up to 14 hands

Small: 10” (25.40cm) fetlock circumference, 10.25” (26.04cm) boot height, 14-15 hands

Medium: 12” (30.48cm) fetlock circumference, 11” (27.94cm) boot height, 15-16.2 hands

Large: 13” (33.02cm) fetlock circumference, 11.75” (29.85cm) boot height, 16.3-17.2 hands

XLarge: 14” (35.56cm) fetlock circumference, 14” (35.56cm) boot height, 17.2 hands and up
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Satisfied!: These SMBs are the best!! I have an 11.3hh pony and he jumps,dressage,speed and he is like a dream when i ride him. my friend Alex and I love to do speed and love to jump these boots do it all! March 12, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Slightly disappointed Ive have these boots for several years and I still use them however the velcro strap on one of the boots did tear shortly after receiving them. I was disappointed considering the price but I am still able to use them even though one strap is slightly torn. February 23, 2009
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