Professionals Choice VenTECH All-Purpose Boots

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Professionals Choice VenTECH All-Purpose Boots

This All-Purpose boot features a breathable VenTECH™ lining that promotes air flow to the horse’s leg and a water resistant exterior. Recessed stitching and an extra-strong PVC padded strike patch make these boots durable to withstand everyday use without compromising flexibility. Three hook and loop closures ensure a secure fit. 30-Day money-back guarantee/Six-month warrant or as required by law. Sold in pairs.

Features:

·         Breathable VenTECH™ lining

·         Extra-strong PVC padded strike patch

·         Three hook and loop closures

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Are these fronts & hinds or just fronts?
A shopper on Apr 25, 2015
Best Answer: These boots are for the front.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Apr 30, 2015
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Would these be good for Barrel Racing? Or cattle sorting? What exactly is the purpose for horses having boots? And, is it necessary to have boots on my horses when I compete with them? A lot of questions I know.
CHARISA M on Mar 9, 2015
Best Answer: These all-purpose boots could be used for most equine activities. Boots are used to reduce concussion at each step, help support lower leg structures, and also to help protect against striking with the opposite hoof. Whether to use boots during competition is a personal choice. Your trainer can help you decide if your horse needs them.
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